Bethany Goddiess Au.D., CCC-A
Doctor of Audiology
Dr. Bethany Goddiess completed her undergraduate education at University of Massachusetts-Amherst and her doctorate degree in Audiology from University of Connecticut.
Having completed numerous internships at various hospitals and ENT practices throughout Rhode Island and Connecticut, Dr. Goddiess has over 5 years of experience helping people with better hearing.
Dr. Goddiess grew up with a background in hearing health from Grandfather who dispensed eye-glass hearing aids. When Bethany is not in the office, you can find her sailing somewhere off the Connecticut or Rhode Island coast.
Shane Hottin, HIS
Hearing Instrument Specialist
Shane is as Rhode Island native, originally from Scituate . After high school, he moved to Florida and attended Palm Beach State College and began working in the hearing field in 2017 in West Palm Beach. Shane was drawn to the profession when he saw the success his grandfather had when he sought treatment for his own hearing impairment. Shane loves helping his patients reconnect with the family and friends that they’ve struggled to hear in the past. Shane strives to help his patients overcome the struggles they have been experiencing in there day to day life.
Outside of work, Shane enjoys spending time with his family and catching a football game on the weekends.
Brianna Thomas, PSC
Patient Services Coordinator
Helping people with hearing loss is something Brianna was born to do. Growing up she designated herself as the personal “translator” for her profoundly hearing impaired mother and she brings that same compassion and understanding to our patients. Bri makes clear communication her priority! When she’s not helping our patients hear better you can find her casually falling from ceilings as an aerialist.
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