HearingLife’s People Who Care series is meant to introduce you to just a few of our many hearing healthcare providers who serve you with professional, personalized care at our nationwide locations.
Dr. Jeff Williamson is an audiologist who works out of our Great Falls, Montana HearingLife location. He has been an audiologist since 1996 and part of the HearingLife Team since 2016.
“My favorite part of being an audiologist is to see the improvements in my patient’s quality of life after the aids are fit,” says Jeff. “I wish people knew just how well the current hearing aids work and the relief that is often experienced by tinnitus patients when hearing aids are used.”
Jeff was inspired to become an audiologist after he met Sharon O’Dornan and Nicola Swain, who he says are “both brilliant speech pathologists.” He was also mentored by several professors at Western Washington University, including Dr. Zeine, Dr. Seilo and Dr. Webb.
Jeff feels a great sense of purpose in his work, noting that he enjoys being able to work with and help the Native American population in Montana, as well as veterans.
“I find working with veterans honors the sacrifices my favorite uncle made in World War 2,” Jeff explains. “He landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day and served until the end of the war.”
Jeff’s work in Montana is also supported and inspired by his wife Terri, who works as a registered nurse in Seattle, Washington.
Jeff was also recently honored by HearingLife at our annual President’s Club celebration for his outstanding work helping people hear better in 2022 and he took part in our Campaign for Better Hearing when he nominated a local father of 7 for free hearing aids.
When he isn’t fitting hearing aids for the people of Montana, Jeff can usually be found fishing, hiking or taking photographs of the beautiful Montana countryside.
If you’re ready for your hearing assessment and to try the latest hearing aids, schedule a complimentary hearing assessment at your nearest HearingLife today.