Gregory Hall received his first masters in Deaf Education from Western Maryland College and taught at the primary level at the Riverside School for the Deaf. He later completed training as a parent-infant specialist at the Infant Hearing Resource Center in Portland, Oregon and, subsequently, worked for Riverside County Schools, providing services to hearing-impaired infants from birth to three years. He received his second masters in Audiology from California State University, Los Angeles. He received his clinical fellowship training at Loma Linda Surgical Medical Group, Otolaryngology, where he worked for several years on staff before going into private practice in San Marcos, in 1986. He is a fellow member of the American Academy of Audiology, California Academy of Audiology, and American Academy of Dispensing Audiology. He also is certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
An experienced clinical audiologist and dispenser of hearing technology for over 25 years, specializing in diagnostics, care, and counseling. Extensive knowledge of the communicative and psychological needs and dynamics of the hearing impaired and their family members. He is also moderately fluent in sign language for the deaf. He enjoys making a difference in patients lives, working with computers, audio technology, gadgets, camping, theatre, and music from his parents, his, and his children's generation.