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AUDIOLOGIST JOINS BROOKINGS CLINIC

Audiologist Sheri Loveland =recently joined audiologist Patricia Lashway and the staff at Pacific Coast Hearing Center.

She is a graduate of Idaho State University with a masters degree in audiology.

Loveland served with the U.S. Air Force in Okinawa, Japan, and with public health in Ogden, Utah, before coming to Brookings.

She is a member of the Idaho National Guard and said she plans to continue her service in Oregon.

Loveland is married to James Loveland and they have three children, T.J., 7, Saori, 4, and Jordan (Jo Jo), 3.

Pacific Coast Hearing Center is the only audiology clinic in Curry and Del Norte counties, Lashway said. It provides hearing services for adults, children and infants.

All the latest technological advances in hearing instruments are available as well as hearing aid repair, assistive listening devices and accessories.

For appointments, call (541) 469-3511 or toll free (800) 887-4327.

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