Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist / Founder
As a second-generation professional in hearing healthcare, I have followed in the steps of my mother, who purchased her own practice in my hometown of Macon, Georgia 30 years ago. I remember spending afternoons as a child, in the back office of my mother’s practice, watching the impact that better hearing had on the lives of her patients and their families.
I have a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Georgia, which happens to be both my parents’ and brother’s alma mater as well. After managing two successful practice locations outside of Charlotte, I made the decision to come back closer to home to provide my services. Levine Hearing, in South Charlotte, is an independent practice. That means that we can work with any manufacturer, but it also gives us the ability to be selective in which products are chosen to get the best results possible for our patients. I am Nationally Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences, which is an elective certification that demonstrates my dedication to go above the requirements of the state of North Carolina and to provide the very best care to my patients.
I am an active advocate for seniors in numerous groups in South Charlotte, sit on the board of the Levine Senior Center, and dedicate extra time providing hearing loss and hearing aid education in many local eldercare facilities.
“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” – Confucius
Dr. Eileen Clark
Au.D., CCC-A, Audiology Clinical Director
Born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan, I graduated in 2015 from Central Michigan University with my Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders with the intention of becoming a speech-language pathologist. However, it was in my undergraduate years that I realized my passion for bringing the gift of sound to those who felt isolated and without hope. I returned to Central Michigan University for graduate school, and after completing my residency training in Buffalo, New York, I graduated in 2019 with my Doctorate in Audiology. Following graduation, I relocated to Hickory, North Carolina to begin my professional career as an audiologist with a local ENT practice but ultimately decided to move to the city and join the Levine Hearing team.
I am devoted to helping my patients improve their quality of life by offering hearing aids and assistive listening devices that best accommodate each individual’s lifestyle and unique communication needs. It is my philosophy that each patient leaves every appointment feeling as though they have a better understanding of the problem we are tackling together, and they have hope for positive outcomes. I am honored to be part of such an exceptional team, and I am excited to join you on your hearing healthcare journey!
Practice Manager and Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist
For over 18 years I have been excited to give the gift of hearing everyday sounds of life by educating patients on the best way to reduce the effects of noise-induced hearing loss or by helping patients understand the effects of hearing loss, the many choices of hearing instruments and levels of technology.
Many years ago I was able to take this journey with my mom. She was living with me at the time and I had noticed her withdrawing from conversations, social activities and hobbies she once enjoyed. I tested her hearing and explained her results. We discussed the level of hearing loss and technology that would best help her hear conversations and sounds life. It was an eye-opening experience for me as I was able to see her day to day improvements and help encourage her on some of the harder days. Because of this experience with my mom, I have more empathy and know that the journey of better hearing is real. I can connect with my patients in a more personal way, be more understanding in many situations and help with solutions to improve the quality of conversations.
Family is very important to me. Levine Hearing is a family-owned and operated clinic, and I love that I can bring families together by improving communication through better hearing. This connection to loved ones, friends and sounds of life improves overall health. This is a journey that I would be honored to take with you.
My name is Josey and I am a Clinical Audiologist here at Levine Hearing. I was born and raised in Geneva, Florida where I graduated Magna Cum Laude from The University of Central Florida with my Bachelors of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. From there I moved to the beautiful mountain town; Johnson City, Tennessee to pursue my clinical Doctorate in Audiology. Following my course work I completed my residency training in Hickory, North Carolina at a local Ear Nose & Throat practice. There I developed the skills and knowledge that go beyond the textbook. I have since started with Levine Hearing and I could not be more thrilled. Levine Hearing provides optimum care and compassion for their patients and I am excited to be a part of their exceptional team.
Dr. Allison Muth
PT, DPT, AIB-VR/CON
Hello! My name is Allison Muth, and I graduated with my Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Daemen College in Buffalo, NY. After starting my career as a pediatric PT in the snowy tundra, I made my way south to Charlotte, NC to continue my professional development. Here, I have been working in pediatrics where I treat various diagnoses, working on functional mobility, balance, gait training, and more. Levine Hearing has given me the opportunity to expand my professional work into a different scope of practice. I have a love and passion for working with different individuals and seeing them progress, and I look forward to my journey working at Levine Hearing…and you!
Patient Care Coordinator
My name is Amie Gray, and I am the Patient Coordinator here at Levine Hearing. I was born and raised in Miami, Florida, and attended the University of Alabama at Birmingham where I studied Business Administration and Communications.
My passion is helping people be the best versions of themselves. I realized that empathy and compassion are essential tools in achieving the best relationships whether it’s simply scheduling appointments or taking a deep-dive into fully understanding the needs of an individual. I am thrilled to be a part of the amazing, compassionate staff at Levine Hearing, and I look forward to helping you live your best life!
I’m originally from Windsor, Ontario, Canada, and recently moved down to Charlotte this past May.I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Windsor in Human Kinetics and am currently wrapping up my doctorate degree in Audiology from Wayne State University in Michigan.
Like many others, I originally wanted to enter the world of speech pathology; however, that changed when my grandparents began to struggle to communicate and began isolating themselves because they had difficulty hearing. English being a second language for them is difficult enough as it is and I knew that I wanted to help in some way. I stumbled upon audiology and realized the impact audiologists have on each individual creates a ripple effect on those being helped and second handedly their family and friends. The opportunity to make a positive impact on people’s lives is what drives my dedication and enthusiasm in the field of audiology. Vestibular audiology and hearing conservation have captured my keen interest due to their significant impact on individuals’ quality of life. The intricate connection between the vestibular system and auditory function is fascinating, as it highlights the intricate complexity of the human body. I am passionate about promoting awareness, implementing preventative measures, and utilizing advanced technologies to preserve and protect individuals’ hearing health.
Hello! My name is Kaylee and I am one of the 4th year residents here at Levine Hearing. I am currently a 4th year doctoral student completing my last year in the audiology program at the University at Buffalo. I am originally from Buffalo, NY and have traveled down here to Charlotte to complete my externship. Go Bills!
I knew I wanted to be a part of the medical field because it allows me to be in a position to help people. Within our field of audiology, we are sometimes the first people to believe our patients and truly listen to what they have been going through. I want to create a safe place for my patients where they can come and I can provide my professional guidance and help them along the way. I am particularly interested in the vestibular aspect of audiology because of the many unique components.This provides a rewarding challenge being able to put all the pieces of the puzzle together to provide our patients with an appropriate diagnosis and treatment plan. Vestibular evaluations are longer than most, and during this time is when I am truly able to get to know someone and build that connection with. Supporting my patients through the steps to get them to the point where we find the answers they are searching for makes it truly rewarding. I love what I do for the sole reason that I am in the position to make a difference. I am so excited to be working here to continue to grow and gain more experience before I graduate and continue on. I am grateful for this opportunity and I am looking forward to an amazing year working at Levine Hearing and meeting you!
Our Location & Office Hours
North Carolina: Levine Hearing, 3135 Springbank Lane Ste 100, Charlotte, NC, 28226 (704) 540-3081
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