Working with an Audiologist that follows best practices (just like Dr. Cliff does in his clinics) is the key to a life-transforming hearing care experience. Treating hearing loss properly is complex, and requires a provider willing to invest the time and resources in your optimal hearing results.
Only about 20% of hearing providers follow best practices in audiology...choosing a Best Practice Pro Provider ensures that you will receive hearing care that includes Best Practices -- leading to your best hearing in the situations and with the people that matter the most.
Dr. Smith has completed a thorough 1 on 1 vetting process with Dr. Cliff himself to verify that she follows best practices in patient care.
As an independent Private Practice Audiologist, Dr. Smith will hand-pick the best hearing technology available for your unique needs.
Everclear Hearing is consistently the most highly rated hearing practice in Eau Claire for a reason -- our #1 focus is your experience! You're in great hands with our team!
Dr. Nicole Smith is certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and is fully licensed by the state of Wisconsin to provide comprehensive audiological and hearing aid services. She specializes in the evaluation and treatment of hearing loss. From clinical diagnostic work to helping patients understand hearing loss and its effects, in all aspects of her work Dr. Smith strives for top-quality patient care.
Dr. Nicole Smith was awarded her Doctorate of Audiology by UW-Stevens Point and UW-Madison consortium program. Dr. Smith has prior experience at Sacred Heart Hospital of Eau Claire, DeFatta ENT & Facial Plastic Surgery in Eau Claire, and is also an educational audiologist through CESA 10 of Chippewa Falls. She has experience diagnosing and treating hearing loss for all ages and stages of life.
Dr. Smith’s interests include central auditory processing disorders (CAPD), evidence based hearing aid fittings, aural rehabilitation, and tinnitus. She is a member of WSHA (Wisconsin Speech-Hearing Association), ASHA (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association), AAA (American Academy of Audiology), and TPA (Tinnitus Practitioners Association).