Hannah Carlson, Au.D.
Hannah J. Carlson, Audiologist recently graduated with her Doctor of Audiology degree in 2020 from Pacific University School of Audiology in Hillsboro, Oregon. Dr. Carlson completed her clinical externship at Virginia Mason Listen for Life Center in Seattle,
Washington. She also earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders with a minor in Dance from the University of Montana in Missoula. Dr. Carlson has training in treating patients, both pediatric and adult, in private practice
and hospital settings. In her free time, Dr. Carlson enjoys painting, cooking, baking, and spending time with her friends, family and cat, Mia.
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Terry Hergesheimer, MA, CCC-A
Terry Hergesheimer, MA, CCC-A grew up in Whatcom County and has always enjoyed exploring the natural beauty of the area. Her interest in audiology grew from family members’ experiences with hearing loss as well as her related interests in music and linguistics. Terry obtained her Master’s degree in Audiology from Western Washington University in 2005, when she joined Cascade Ear, Nose and Throat. She also enjoys writing, composing music for the Celtic harp, and spending time with her family and cats.
Anna Selchow, Au.D.
Anna Selchow, Au.D., received her audiology degree from Idaho State University in Boise, ID. She received her B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders with a minor in Psychology and an American Sign Language certificate from the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire. Anna also completed her doctoral fellowship at St. Luke's Elks Hearing and Balance in Boise, ID. Her audiology interests include adult and pediatric diagnostics, amplification and implantable devices. In her free time, Anna enjoys adventures with her partner, Jake and their two dogs, Archie and Fitz. She also enjoys biking, hiking, skiing, climbing, cooking, reading and crafts.
Mallorie Smith, Au.D., F-AAA
Mallorie Smith, Audiologist was born and raised in Washington State. She obtained her BA in Speech and Hearing Sciences from Washington State University and Doctorate of Audiology from Central Michigan University. After graduation Mallorie practiced audiology in Macon, GA and Newport Beach, CA before returning home to Washington. Mallorie has been practicing in Mount Vernon since 2016 and is passionate about providing assistance to patients experiencing vestibular and/or dizziness disorders. Mallorie enjoys cooking, checking out local breweries and going on mini adventures with her husband and children.