Meet the Hearing HealthCare Centers Team

Your Hearing Is Our Concern

Cheryl Barber

Insurance Specialist

Cheryl Barber joined Hearing HealthCare Centers staff as the Credentialing and Insurance Specialist in April of 2017. She currently holds two Associates degree and is finishing her 4 year degree in Business. She has been in the medical & dental field for over eight years in various capacities. Before her career change in to the medical industry, she worked as a Chef for over 20.

Since her transition into the medical field, she has had a desire to help patients with issues regarding their insurance benefits and claims.

Cheryl moved to Colorado 12 years ago and is happily married. She has three adult children, two granddaughters and is a foster parent. She enjoys spending her free time bicycling, experiencing Colorado festivals and mountains, running in various 10k’s, half marathons and she is an enthusiastic Disney fan.

 

Cheryl Barber - Insurance Specialist Hearing HealthCare Centers Colorado

My life has been improved by being returned to the world of hearing. I would recommend you to friend or family. Personal care and time spent with me by pleasant staff.”

– Huntley

Recent Blog Posts

Learn about new developments in Hearing HealthCare and Technology.

Telephone Solutions for the Hearing Impaired

With theTelephone Solutions for Hearing Impaired One of the main activities of every day life is making phone calls on the telephone. Hearing on the telephone can be especially difficult for the hearing impaired due to absence of visual cues. One example of a visual...

Over The Counter Hearing Aids

Should I just buy over the counter hearing aids? There’s been a lot of information about over the counter hearing aids becoming available over the counter. Meaning going alone to pickup without any prior professional feedback. Not to mention these are also available...

Hidden Hearing Loss

Hidden Hearing Loss Do you have this? It is hearing loss that is not readily detectable by the standard audiogram, or hearing test. Results for pure tones (“push the button when you hear the beep”), and for speech testing in a quiet booth are ‘normal’. People with HHL...