Dr. Lance F. Greer, Au.D—He has been practicing with Kimball for the past 23 years and is a co-owner and provider in the practice with over 24 years of experience. He specializes in hearing loss counseling, hearing device selection and service; medical hearing assessments for adults; Veteran Administration (VA) Compensation and Pension examinations for military veteran's hearing loss and tinnitus, diagnostic balance and dizziness assessments, treatment solutions for dizziness, industrial hearing conservation testing and Newborn Infant Hearing Screening Director at St. George Regional Medical Center and more.
Lance, his wife Shannon and their 5 children have loved living in Southern Utah and have grown their roots deep with the St. George and surrounding community by being involved with their children's school and sporting activities, volunteering in community events and many church service opportunities.
Dr. Heather A. Smith, Au.D., recently moved to St. George from Southwestern Idaho where she has lived for the past 15 years. She graduated from Idaho State University and earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Disorders in 2012 and her Doctor of Audiology degree in 2018.
Dr. Smith completed her residency at St. Luke’s Elks Hearing and Balance in Idaho with a special emphasis on balance assessments and auditory brainstem response evaluation and interpretation. She enjoys working with adults and children and is passionate about providing excellent patient care in an individualized manner. She has served two foreign missions: one in Italy as a proselyting missionary and the other in Peru as a medical missionary.
Dr. Smith and her husband Jeff are the proud parents of seven children. She enjoys running, hiking, and bicycling and is excited to explore the hiking and biking trails of Southern Utah.
Dr. Nicole Thiede, Au.D., has traveled as far as El Salvador and the Dominican Republic to help fit people with hearing aids. Dr. Thiede graduated from Utah State University and earned her Bachelor of Science in communicative disorders and deaf education, eventually moving on to earn her Doctor of Audiology.
Her passion for working with the deaf and hard of hearing community is what led her to become an audiologist. She then had her first externship at Bridgeland Audiology in Logan, Utah. Dr. Thiede now specializes in adult hearing aids and diagnostics.
Her proficiency in American Sign Language helps her to better communicate with patients who may have severe hearing loss. In her spare time, Dr. Thiede enjoys hanging out with her family and dog, crafting and listening to true crime podcasts.
Dr. Kimberly Redford has worked in the field of audiology since 2008 and as an audiologist since 2014. She graduated from Utah State in 2009 with her Bachelors in Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education. She then graduated from University of Utah with her Doctorate in Audiology in 2014.
She has an extensive background treating a variety of patients with traumatic brain injuries, stroke, sudden hearing loss, brain tumors, medicinal ototoxicity, tinnitus, hearing conservation, neurophysiologic intraoperative monitoring, pediatric hearing loss, and adult hearing loss. She also has experience with cochlear implant candidacy testing and mapping. She has her Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A). She finds helping patients rewarding and appreciates the impact of good hearing to enhance quality of life.
Dr. Kimberly Reford enjoys spending time with her husband and children, going to farmer's markets, listening to music, gardening, camping, and traveling.