Choosing a hearing professional is one of the most important decisions a hearing impaired person can make. Since a hearing aid fitting has many patient related subjective components, proper hearing aid recommendation and adjustments are highly dependent on the judgment and skill of the professional selecting the instrument.

Doug Dunker started fitting hearing instruments in 1999 after obtaining a degree in Hearing Instrument Sciences at Bates College in Tacoma, Washington.  This was during the time when digital hearing instruments were making a revolutionary impact in the industry.  This focused training allowed Doug to enter the field of dispensing hearing aids with a solid understanding of digital processing techniques.

Doug has also earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Globe University, and an MBA from Minnesota School of Business. He is a member of the Hearing Healthcare Providers of Utah, having served as director and president of the board.  Doug is an active member of the International Hearing Society and is Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences.

Continuing education is important to Doug.  As the technology continues to evolve, the need to stay informed of the advances in the field is critical to the patient’s successful hearing aid fitting.  Doug consistently achieves more continuing education training than the minimum requirements to maintain his license.  Doug was elected by his industry peers as President of the Hearing Healthcare Providers of Utah (HHPU).  He is also a member if the International Hearing Society, and has played an instrumental role in helping get advanced training courses into the State of Utah.

Precision Hearing uses some of the most advanced diagnostic testing equipment in the industry.  By using digital testing equipment, we are able to transfer your hearing loss seamlessly into a fitting program to obtain prescribed settings for a hearing instrument to be set for your needs.  After the hearing instruments are set, our Live Speech Mapping system will verify the hearing aid settings in relation to your hearing loss so you are able to see what you are hearing and what you are missing.

After the fitting, the user is counseled on how to properly use and care for the instruments and a follow-up program is implemented so that the user is able to get the best possible performance from the instruments.

Our goal is to provide you the best possible hearing care based upon your individual needs. We provide an array of services related to evaluation, rehabilitation, and prevention of hearing impairment. These services include comprehensive hearing exams, specialized diagnostic testing, and advanced fitting of hearing instruments and verification techniques.

We would like to introduce our newest member to Precision Hearing! Amy started working for Precision Hearing in 2013. She is currently a Hearing Instrument Intern while in the process of completing her courses to become a Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist. She graduated from Southern Utah University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. Amy has always loved to help better the lives of others and she has found a passion for working in the hearing aid industry.