Jennifer A. Lindsay, AuD
“I chose my career because I wanted to dedicate my life to helping people regain the ability to participate fully in all aspects of their lives.”
Audiology patients do not simply have a hard time hearing; they often feel unheard. I always strive to hear the frustrations, wants and needs of my patients to better inform my actions and continually improve the services that I provide.
Early-onset hearing loss runs in my family, so I have seen the way hearing and balance problems can affect every part of an individual’s life. As a result, I wanted to dedicate my life to helping people regain (or maintain) their ability to participate fully in all aspects of their lives—both social and occupational.
I work with all types of patients—from pediatrics to geriatrics. In addition to working with patients with hearing loss, I also love working with patients with balance and dizziness concerns.
Why The Everett Clinic?
I love the team-based approach to healthcare at The Everett Clinic, which allows patients to receive coordinated care from multiple specialties.