Dr. Miller began Doctors Hearing Care because she believed people in the Southern Indiana/Greater Louisville area needed a hearing health professional who would address their comprehensive hearing health — not just dispense hearing aids.
Dr. Miller is a staunch advocate for early treatment of hearing loss in adults and annual testing for those over the age of 50. Dr. Miller has devoted herself for many years to treating not just adults, but hearing-impaired children as well. She began her career at Kosair Children’s Hospital in Louisville and currently provides special needs services for the Indiana Early Intervention Program for children.
Dr. Miller earned her Doctor of Audiology degree from the University of Florida. She serves as the chapter advisor for the HLAA Kentuckiana Chapter and is a clinical supervisor for the University of Louisville doctor of audiology program. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and is board certified by the American Board of Audiology.
Dr. Miller’s hobbies include hunting, scuba diving, and traveling. She is a lifelong resident of Southern Indiana and has two grown sons, Nick and Nelson. Her dog, Stellar, is a “snorkie,” which is a mix of miniature schnauzer and Yorkie. She loves swimming in the pool, and she goes to work with Dr. Miller every day and enjoys visiting with patients!