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Audiologists are hearing health care professionals who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of hearing disorders in individuals of all ages. Our audiologists have extensive training & skills, holding either a doctorate or master's degree.

Our Staff

Latest News

  • Dennis Burrows, Ph.D., Audiologist and Executive Director, had an article published in the July 2010 issue of Perspectives on Aural Rehabilitation and Its Instrumentation. The article addressed the use of Bluetooth in hearing aids.
  • Miriam Sims, Office Manager and Audiometric Technician, obtained her recertification as an Occupational Hearing Conservationist. Ms. Sims works in the Center's Industrial Audiology program serving over 30 different industries throughout the Pee Dee Region.
  • The Center has recently added a special piece of equipment used to assist in fitting hearing aids. The Audioscan Verifit Real-Ear Mapping System is a "real life" fitting and verification tool that allows the audiologist to more precisely and accurately program a hearing aid to fit the "real life" needs of a patient.

Kristin White, MS ,CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist | Florence Office

Kristin White joined Pee Dee Speech and Hearing Center in November 2016. She moved to Florence from Greenville, North Carolina where she received her masterís degree in Speech-Language Pathology from East Carolina University. She currently holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence through The American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA), the national professional credentialing organization for speech language pathologists. Kristin is VitalStim therapy certified and specializes in dysphagia. She has treated and evaluated individuals with hearing impairments, dysarthria, dysphagia, apraxia of speech, articulation and phonological disorders, language disorders, fluency disorders, traumatic brain injuries, aphasia, autism spectrum disorder, tracheostomies, tongue thrust, and craniofacial anomalies. Her clinical interests include early intervention, school age articulation/phonology, craniofacial disorders, and pediatric feeding and swallowing disorders.