Eileen Smith has been an audiologist in Tennessee for over 20 years and is currently an Assistant Clinical Professor at the Memphis Speech and Hearing Center, University of Memphis.  Originally from Pennsylvania, over the years she has lived and worked in various places as the spouse of an active duty Marine.  Eileen and her husband, Brian, settled in Bartlett, Tennessee in 1990.  She worked as a clinical audiologist and eventually as manager of the Methodist Hearing and Balance Center in Memphis where she gained extensive diagnostic experience, from identification of hearing loss in infants to comprehensive vestibular assessments.  Now she enjoys teaching students and being back in the world of rehabilitative audiology.  She has served as a dispensing audiologist for the MidSouth Lions Club Sight and Hearing program since coming to Memphis.  She is a member of the American Academy of Audiology and American Speech Language Hearing Association.  She received her Doctor of Audiology degree from Salus University in 2008.

Eileen and Brian have two children, Lisa and Ryan, and more pets than she wants to admit.  She enjoys travelling, concert going, cycling, bowling, photography and family time.

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