G’Anne Thomas, Au.D., FAAA

G'Anne Thomas, Owner and Doctor of Audiology at Hearing & Balance Clinics
Owner, Clinical Audiologist

Dr. Thomas, a 30-year veteran in the field of Audiology, and has been serving the Northeast Georgia communities since 1988. She received her undergraduate degree in Speech Pathology and her graduate degree in Audiology from University of Montevallo in Montevallo, Alabama near her hometown of Birmingham. She received her doctorate in audiology from Arizona School of Health Sciences in 2000. She worked closely with Ear Nose and Throat physicians in private settings and hospitals prior to opening her own practice in 2003.

Dr. Thomas is licensed in the state of Georgia and was a founding member of the American Academy of Audiology (AAA). She holds memberships in the Georgia Academy of Audiology (GAA) and Academy of Doctors of Audiology (ADA). She is certified by the Tinnitus Practitioners Association (TPA) and is certified as a Center of Specialty Care with American Institute of Balance (AIB).

Dr. Thomas lives in Watkinsville, GA with her husband. She has two grown children; the youngest serves in the United States Air Force. Outside of audiology, Dr. Thomas loves to travel and spend time with her grandchildren. She is also an accomplished fused glass artist.

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If a night out or a family gathering has become difficult because of background noise, others are complaining about the volume of your television, or friends and family are harassing you to “get your ears checked,” then it’s time to learn the truth about your hearing with a hearing test.

Our audiologists at Hearing & Balance Clinics have the experience and expertise to accurately diagnose the type and severity of hearing loss you’re dealing with.

You can schedule a hearing evaluation at the clinic nearest to you by submitting the adjacent form, and then a member of our team will call you to provide assistance.

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