Rachel Lamb, MA, CCC-A/FAAA, joined Oklahoma Hearing Center in 2013 and comes with 18 years of experience as a clinical audiologist. Rachel performs a variety of diagnostic evaluations for hearing and balance. She counsels and fits patients with hearing aids and other assistive listening devices and also works with cochlear implants and osseo-integrated devices to explore all options available to patients as they strive to improve their communication.
Rachel earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders with a minor in Public Service from Abilene Christian University in Abilene, Texas. She then completed her Master of Arts in Audiology at The University of Memphis in Tennessee in 1995. She worked in a variety of settings in Tennessee, Texas and Georgia before moving to Oklahoma in 2002. Before joining OHC, she was a manager at St. Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City for ten years, working as both a clinical audiologist and managing the Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Departments. Her personal time is juggled between spending time with her husband, and homeschooling their two daughters – which includes choir, piano lessons, cheernastics, co-ops and church activities.