Tiffany Egli, HIS
Hearing Instrument Specialist
Tiffany received her Bachelors of Science degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences from Portland State University. What she learned while earning her degree fueled her passion for wanting to help people communicate better. She is now a licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist in the State of Oregon. She specializes in complete hearing evaluations, aural rehabilitation, and hearing instrument fitting. Her favorite part of her job is educating her patients on how hearing devices can help improve not only their lives, but the lives of their family and friends. She feels honored knowing that her efforts have a positive impact on her patient’s daily lives.
Cynthia Vargas, PSC
Patient Services Coordinator
Cynthia is originally from southern Idaho. She has been married for more than 17 years. Cynthia and her family moved to Keizer, Oregon in 2016. Some of her favorite activities are spending time with family and watching movies. Working diligently in her programs at Bryant & Stratton College; she attained an Associate degree in Office Management and Medical Administration.
Cynthia is grateful to assist as the Patients Service Coordinator. She strives each day to acknowledge the value and care of a patient. She is very excited and honored to be a part of an impeccable organization.
Wonderful office. Tiffany and Carrie are fantastic. So helpful and on top of things. They take very good care of their patients and do everything they can to get them the right products and care. Truly a delight to work with!Leah, on Google
My experience with this company has been excellent. I have worn hearing aides for many years and this company has been very accommodatingTriena Baird, on Google
Working with Tiffany and her staff has been one of my best experiences involving my hearing! Thanks so much for their help 👍I can finally get involved in conversations and understand what the other people are saying!😁Patrick ONeal, on Google
Tiffany and Cynthia were so pleasant and professional to work with. One of the main reasons I will be obtaining my hearing aid through them.Kelly Rae Martin, on Google
I didn't need hearing aids and she was quite up front about it. Said I should check in 6 months if anything changes, but otherwise check once a year. She could have insisted that it would be better to start now, but as soon as I said I was fine,...Debbie Williams, on Google