The Best Audiologist in Tampa, Florida

The process of looking for a new doctor can be challenging and overwhelming. It is important to find a provider who is experienced, well-trained, and a good listener! If you are looking for an Audiologist in Tampa, Florida who exhibits these qualities look no further. Dr. Rachel Conter is someone you should consider.  

Dr. Rachel Conter has been employed by Gardner Audiology for over 10 years. She has worked in multiple areas of the company and now sees patients five days a week in various offices in the Tampa area. Dr. Conter graduated from the University of South Florida with a doctoral degree in Audiology. She is now a board-certified Audiologist which requires a minimum of 8 years of study, as well as a significant amount of continuing education.  

Dr. Conter’s patients know her as a cheerful, compassionate doctor who is always thinking ‘outside of the box’ to come up with a solution 

She is experienced in working with all hearing aid companies including ReSound, Oticon, Starkey, Phonak and Widex. She has also worked in multiple settings which has broadened her knowledge in detecting possible medical issues which warrant a referral, tinnitus, and much more.  

Dr. Rachel Conter is also an authorized provider for most insurance companies!  

When coming in to see Dr. Conter she will perform a comprehensive test on you and thoroughly discuss your concerns. With her wide range of experience, she is able to offer you choices and can help you find something that fits your needs and your budget.  

To make an appointment with Dr. Rachel Conter in our Tampa, Citrus Park office call us at 1 (800) 277-1182 or go to and navigate to the contact tab.

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