Dr. Rachel A. Magann Faivre is an Audiologist and Adult Clinic Director at Hearts for Hearing. She earned her B.S. in Zoology at the University of Oklahoma, her Doctorate in Audiology at Northern Illinois University, and completed her clinical fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Minnesota. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and the Academy of Doctors of Audiology.
She has a passion for being active in state and national audiology organizations, particularly concerning advocacy, patients’ rights issues, and teaching student leadership. She empathizes with patients when discussing hearing loss and is dedicated to creating a positive and integrative hearing healthcare experience so her patients leave informed and confident. Outside of audiology, she finds peace in her marriage, animals, crafting, network of supportive friends and family, keeping active, reading, and traveling all over the world. An Oklahoma native, Dr. Magann Faivre works with patients of all ages and levels of hearing loss and tinnitus.
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