About our Audiologist
Jamie L. Grusecki, Au.D., F-AAA
Jamie L. Grusecki is a licensed audiologist with over twenty years of experience working with hearing impaired clients. One of the strengths to her years of service is the in-depth training on hearing aids received through working for the largest global hearing aid manufacturer for two and a half years.Dr. Grusecki earned her Master's Degree in Audiology in 1998 from Wichita State University in Wichita, KS and her Doctorate degree in Audiology in 2013 from A.T. Still University in Mesa, AZ.
Dr. Grusecki is married and has one step-son and two young children of her own. She was born and raised in Wichita, KS along with 3 older sisters.Her husband was born in Michigan, but was raised in southeast Texas.Both are avid NASCAR fans and enjoy attending the local races, as well as ones out of state when they have the opportunity.Her best times are just being at home with her children watching them grow and change every day.
- 2013 Doctorate of Audiology (Au.D),A.T. Still University, Mesa, AZ
- 1998 Master of Arts (M.A.), Magna Cum Laude, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas
- 1997 Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Communication Disorders & Sciences, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas
- June 2011 –Present
- Grusecki Audiology & Hearing Aid Services (formerly Dobbins Hearing Service)
- October 2010 –May 2011
Dobbins Hearing Service
Servicing the Surprise, AZ location full-time providing audiological and hearing aid services to the general public and by contract.
July 2009 –September 2010
Biltmore Ear, Nose & Throat Specialists
Servicing the Goodyear, AZ location full-time administering clinical audiological services on the pediatric to geriatric age range including diagnostic audiometric exams, cerumen management, tympanometry, acoustic reflex thresholds, and otoacoustic emissions.
December 2006 –June 2009
Siemens Hearing Instruments;Regional Sales Manager
Responsible for maintaining and growing hearing instrument sales within a 4 state region.Training of products, circuitry, technology, and software to Audiologists and Hearing Instrument Specialists.Managed accounts and set up contracts, price agreements, marketing events, and luncheon seminars.
July 2003 –November 2006
Valley Ear, Nose, & Throat (formerly Desert ENT)
Servicing the Glendale, AZ location full-time administering clinical audiological services on the pediatric to geriatric age range including diagnostic audiometric exams, cerumen management, ABR's, VNG's, ECochG's, and OAE's. Dispensed and fit amplification including digital, programmable, and analog BTE, RIC, and custom instruments, as well as CROS/BICROS, bone conduction devices, and other assistive listening devices.Designed and conducted education seminars to the general public on current amplification trends.
January 1999 –June 2003
Pease & Smith, M.D.(Ear, Nose, & Throat)
Traveled to four satellite clinics in western Kansas to provide audiological services.Managed and maintained a mobile industrial hearing screening program for major local industries; administered audiometric exams, analyzed year to year data, and kept companies aware of current OSHA standards.Supervised local masters degree Audiology students in order for them to acquire their necessary hours needed for graduation.Trained and certified school nurses regarding state guidelines for audiometric and tympanometry testing.
- Wichita VA Hospital;Audiology Department
- Larkspur Retirement Community;Aural Rehabilitation
- Lynwood Elementary School;School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing children
- American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association (ASHA);Member
- American Academy of Audiology (AAA);Fellow
- Arizona Speech, Language, and Hearing Association (ArSHA)
Aaron Whiteley, Au.D., CCC-A
Aaron Whiteley is a licensed audiologist who completed his final year of clinical training at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona. He received dual bachelor degrees in Speech and Hearing Science and Spanish from Arizona State University and then completed his doctorate degree in audiology at the University of Arizona. Raised in Arizona, Dr. Whiteley loves living in the desert and being near family and all of his favorite sports teams.
Dr. Whiteley met his wife while studying to become an audiologist. His wife, Leslie, is now a speech-language pathologist in the local community. The Whiteley family will be welcoming their first child, Henry, in June of this year. They cannot wait to meet their little boy.
Dr. Whiteley is dedicated to delivering the highest standard of care for all of his patients. He utilizes a patient-centered approach and employs best practices for each individual patient. One of his favorite things about audiology is helping families improve their ability to communicate and helping patients re-engage with their favorite people and activities.
- 2020 Doctorate of Audiology (Au.D), University of Arizona
- 2016 Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Speech, Language, and Hearing Science, Arizona State University
- 2016 Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Spanish Linguistics, Arizona State University
- Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale, Arizona
- Carondelet St. Joseph’s Hospital, Tucson, Arizona
- University of Arizona Hearing Clinic, Tucson, Arizona
- Tucson Medical Center, Tucson, Arizona
- Arizona Sonora Borders Clinic, Nogales, Mexico
Whiteley, A., Lancaster, E., Holbert, S., Bogle, J., Stepanek, J., Pradhan, G., & Cevette, M. (2020). “See It, Hear It,” – A new audiovisual clinical tool. Poster presented at the American Auditory Society Conference in Scottsdale, AZ.
Whiteley, A., Wong, B., St. George, B., Bushor, J., Schefer, M., Clancy, C., & Musiek, F. E. (2019). Establishing a visual guideline for the locus of the auditory cortex in humans. Poster presented at the American Academy of Audiology Conference in Columbus, OH, and the American Auditory Society Conference in Scottsdale, AZ.
Wong, B., Whiteley, A., St. George, B., & Musiek, F.E. (2018). Planum temporale: Morphological taxonomy of the posterior superior temporal plane. Poster presented at the American Academy of Audiology Conference in Nashville, TN.
Wong, B., Everett, A., Whiteley, A., & Musiek, F. E. (2018). A review of diagnosic indices of the middle latency response. Poster presented at the American Academy of Audiology Conference in Nashville, TN