PHC Audiologist: Kim Bramlett, Au.D.

Where did you grow up? ​​

Born and raised in Overland Park, Kansas

Where did you go to school?

High school ~ Shawnee Mission West; Undergrad and Grad School ~ University of Kansas; Doctorate ~ Salus University

Why did you want to become an audiologist?

I always knew I wanted to work in the medical field and be able to help those in need. As far as Audiology I stumbled across the field and jumped in and never looked back. I enjoy what I do every single day!

What is your favorite area of audiology?

Helping patients hear again! It is rewarding to be a part of those that have felt left out or missed out on social situations, family gatherings, church groups and important doctor appointments due to their hearing loss as well as educate them on their hearing loss. It is a great feeling to know you have made a positive difference in someone's life.

At what office(s) do you work?

 

Stateline & Belton

Now some fun questions!
What’s your favorite television show?

There are too many to list… guilty of the Netflix binging!

If you could bring back any fashion trend, what would it be?

Hmmmm how about my overall shorts ;0) or my classic black leather jacket!

If you could be anywhere in the world right now, where would you be?

Relaxing on the beach with the sun, sand, friends and drinks with umbrellas!

Author
Kimberly J Bramlett, AuD, CCC/A, FAAA

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