Tom Rouse, ACA
Hearing Instrument Specialist
I have been in the hearing aid business since the 1980s, and I have worked for the only American-based hearing aid manufacturer (Starkey Hearing Technologies) during this time. There I worked in the quality control and customer service departments. Through Starkey’s “Bridge to the Future” Program, I have taught numerous classes to help graduate students from Lamar University, The University of Texas and several other schools transition from the classroom to the field.
In 2007 I transferred from behind the scenes and began testing and fitting hearing aids at NewSound Hearing Aid Centers in San Marcos, TX, where I currently practice. I am also a professional audioprosthologist. I completed my upper level baccalaureate program in Austin, Texas in 2013. I also teach continuing education classes that are required for hearing aid professionals to keep their license current in several states.
I strive to save hearing lives by fitting the most current and appropriate technology to match each patient’s specific lifestyle and needs. In addition, I run NewSound’s Verified Best Speech Clarity procedure to ensure each patient is hearing up to their maximum potential.
Patient Services Coordinator
Bio coming soon!
Not only is New Sound Hearing conveniently located, but the staff, led by Audioprosthologist, Tom Rouse, has been very helpful. They keep my hearing aids "tuned up" for the best results available.Ken Rice, on Google
Great place to get your hearing issues resolved! Very easy to work with. Can't say enough good things about Tom and Jennifer.Craig Watson, on Google
Have been seeing an audiologist for 6 years now. Today I saw Tom and for the first time in a very long time i will be able to hear again ! Fantastic Customer Experience !! Genuinely cares about his patients.Jim Bonilla, on Google
Great place to have your hearing aids fitted or fixed. Tom is great with all his customers fulfills their needs. Y'all are appreciated. Thanks!Patricia Nowlin, on Google
Brought my mother for testing. Very informative and helpful. Looking forward to seeing the impact of her new hearing aids.Kelley Shand, on Google