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Pam Pearce

Patient Care Coordinator

Pam joined the Hearing HealthCare Centers team as the Patient Care Coordinator in the Englewood location. She is not new to the area as she was born and raised in SE Denver. After she graduated from high school, she went to school to be a certified dental assistant. She worked in the dental field for several years. While there she learned how nice it is to get to know and help the patients that come to your office.

After she married, she moved to Englewood where her and her husband raised their two children. She did everything from babysitting, to cleaning houses so she could spend as much time with her children as possible.

In her free time, she really enjoys sitting in the back yard by her pond or taking long walks in the neighborhood. She is also an avid gardener and loves to read. She especially loves sewing for her 3 granddaughters.

 

Pam Pearce - 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

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