Dr. Anum K. Khan
“I was raised in an environment where my family members faced challenges related to their hearing, speech, and vision – all of these significantly impacted their ability to communicate effectively. Communication is a fundamental aspect of human existence, as it forms the foundation of our relationships with family, friends, colleagues, and greatly influences our brain health and overall quality of life.”
Dr. Anum Khan was raised in Dallas; she received her Bachelor of Science in Speech and Hearing Sciences and Doctorate in Audiology degrees from the University of Texas at Dallas. She completed her one-year externship at the Callier Center for Communication Disorders. Prior to joining Holland Hearing Center in Abilene, Dr. Khan dedicated seven years of her professional career to serving the Dallas community, where she recognized the growing demand for hearing care services in smaller cities. Dr. Khan is committed to providing compassionate and personalized hearing care by offering counseling, education, and support to individuals and families dealing with hearing loss.
Furthermore, Dr. Khan acknowledges the prevailing issue of loneliness and isolation, as highlighted by the U.S. surgeon general, Vivek Murthy. In light of the current technological advancements and societal trends, Dr. Khan aims to combat this epidemic by enhancing communication between individuals and between different generations.
Dr. Khan enjoys spending time with family especially her children, traveling, reading, and learning about arts and technology.
- University of Texas at Dallas, Doctorate in Audiology, Class of 2016
- University of Texas at Dallas, Bachelor of Science in Speech and Hearing Sciences, Class of 2012
- Adult diagnostic audiology
- Adult aural rehabilitation including hearing aids
- Hearing Conservation
- Tinnitus management
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