The Premier Audiologist in St. Pete /Carillon Florida

Are you looking for a new Audiologist or planning to visit an Audiologist for the first time? Are you looking for someone who performs best practices and can discuss a wide range of options for your hearing concerns? Dr. Rachel Conter is a great Audiologist for you!  

Dr. Rachel Conter obtained her degree: Doctor of Audiology from the University of South Florida where she studied for 8 years. But Dr. Conter’s study did not end there. She is consistently attending conferences, trainings and reviewing recent research to assure she can provide her patients with the most up-to-date care.  

Gardner Audiology has employed Dr. Rachel Conter for over 10 years in a variety of positions. She is now a board-certified Audiologist and sees patients 5 days a week. Her wide range of experience here at Gardner allows her to evaluate an issue from all angles and find the best solution for the patient.  

At Gardner Audiology, your choices are never limited. Dr. Conter has experience working with all of the major hearing aid manufacturers. She is happy to help you find a new device that works for you or help you with programming or repairs of a device you already have. Dr. Conter also has experience working with patients across the lifespan. She enjoys working with children, adults and geriatric patients, providing equal care to all.  

If you want to see what Dr. Rachel Conter’s patients say about her visit our testimonial page where patients share their stories: 

To meet with Dr. Rachel Conter in our St. Petersburg office located in Carillon call us at 1 (800) 277-1182 or go to and navigate to the contact tab. 

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