The Best Audiologist in Clearwater, Florida

Looking at getting new hearing aids and want to find the right audiologist for you? Look no further than Gardner Audiology in Clearwater, FL! If having a passionate and knowledgeable audiologist is important to you, consider scheduling an appointment to see Dr. Rachel Conter.

Dr. Rachel Conter graduated with her Doctor of Audiology from University of South Florida. She is a certified member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology (AAA), and a Florida Academy of Audiology (FLAA) member. Dr. Rachel Conter, Board Certified Audiologist of Gardner Audiology, has the expertise to help you with your hearing needs.

Not only is Dr. Rachel Conter very personable and cares truly about providing the best hearing healthcare to her patients; she is also a provider for most health insurance companies. Our onsite insurance team is available to assist you with all your insurance needs. From verifying your insurance benefits to filing your claim, we are here to make the process as simple as possible.

Have some concerns regarding your hearing? Dr. Rachel Conter will evaluate your hearing abilities and provide the best recommendation that is tailored to your individual needs. The first step in your hearing journey is finding a provider you feel comfortable working with.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Rachel Conter or for more information, contact Gardner Audiology in Clearwater at 1-800-277-1182 or email info@gardneraudiology.com

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