Mark is a hardworking provider with a commitment to help every single patient. Mark entered the industry to help people hear the best sound possible. Having a hearing loss himself, Mark knows firsthand the importance of good hearing care. While serving as a provider in Sparks, NV, Mark serves as an advisory member on the Nevada State Board of Speech Pathology, Language, Audiology, and Hearing Aid Specialists. Along with seeing his patients, Mark likes to fish, remodel homes, construct model rockets, and spend time with his four kids and six grandkids.
"I learned the value of hard work from my father at an early age and I believe in doing the very best job I can for every single patient. Having hearing loss myself I know firsthand what some of my patients go through and am eager to help them hear better."
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