About Our Hearing Center
What makes Platte Valley Hearing Center different?
Colorado state regulations in hearing aid sales are minimal. This enables many individuals of vastly different experience and backgrounds to dispense an assisted listening device. An audiologist, however, must hold a bachelors degree, a masters degree (in audiology), and often hold a doctoral degree. Board certification verifies that the individual has completed both degrees, an internship, and has passed a nationally accredited exam.
Dr. Keenan holds all three above degrees and certifications. At Platte Valley Hearing Center, she guarantees her extensive education and hometown accountability will provide you with the best in hearing healthcare.
Dr. Keenan has 25 years experience in diagnosing and treating hearing and balance problems. She has worked with nearly all major hearing aid brands over the years, and is expert in the software and intricacies of programming various hearing aids. This knowledge allows her to personalize your hearing aid selection and fitting process to your unique and individual needs. She will follow through with you during your trial period to be certain that you understand all aspects of your new hearing system, and to insure that you are getting the benefits you desire.
As hometown Audiologist who grew up in Northeastern Colorado, Dr. Keenan has tailored Platte Valley Hearing Center to be the model of ethical hearing health care. She truly believes in accountability to her patients and the communities she serve. She routinely volunteers both time and service through health fairs, screening programs and hearing-aid programs to help low-income individuals who need assistance.
At Platte Valley Hearing Center, she put the Patient first, always!