Melissa Neu is a Michigan native, Beal City High School graduate, and Navy veteran. She knows what it’s like to lose your hearing – she had ear infections as a child and, once employed at Allied Hearing, discovered she had a hearing loss. Mel, a licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist, ensures that every patient receives the very best technology and care. She is an exceptional problem solver, and if you’re experiencing issues with your hearing aids, Mel is the person to see. She was honored as the Young Professional of the Year by the Young Professionals Organization in 2022. She’s also a great cook – ask her about her famous blueberry lemonade cupcakes!
Dr. Shannon Smith has been a clinical audiologist for the past 30 years, so she has unique insight into how to help her patients achieve their greatest success. A Central Michigan and Michigan State University graduate, Dr. Smith provides unparalleled care by using best practices and taking the time to get to know each patient. She knows that exemplary care comes from using creativity and paying attention to minor details for every patient. Her days revolve around her wonderful husband and co-owner Patrick, daughter Lexy, and dog Sadie. A little-known fact: She once chased a purse snatcher and caught him (and would not recommend that anyone else attempt that).
Dr. Alyssa Rose earned her Doctorate in Audiology from Central Michigan University and grew up in the Upper Peninsula. She loves to swing dance, spend time with her energetic son Parker, and create macrame crafts in her free time. Dr. Rose loves to help members of the mid-Michigan community discover better hearing and feels that education is key to her patients’ success. She developed our Allied Hearing rehabilitation program and is continually developing educational resources for our patients that help guide their progress. Dr. Rose is known for being the first one to offer aid to someone in need and has an amazing smile.
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