Bio


Gregory L. Robbins BC-HIS, ACA, MCAP is an Audioprosthologist who has been in practice for over 30 years. Professionally, Mr. Robbins earned a BS in Special Education, Hearing Impaired, with a designation for teaching K-12 from Ball State University in 1983. He was employed at Gainesville Hearing Aid Center that same year, and earned his license to dispense hearing aids from the State of Florida. Mr. Robbins is Board Certified by the National Board of Certification in Hearing Instrument Sciences, has earned a Certificate of Competency in Audioprosthology from the Certification Board of the American Conference of Audioprosthology, and holds a Master’s Certificate in Auditory Prosthetics. He has also been factory trained to repair and modify hearing aids.

Mr. Robbins is a member of the Florida Society of Hearing Healthcare Professionals and the International Hearing Society, in which he is a Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist. He is a member of the American Auditory Society and an Associate of Hear Now. Mr. Robbins has served on the International Hearing Society’s PEPHIS committee (Professional Education Plan for Hearing Instrument Specialists), which is instituting a new five- and ten-year education program for dispensers entering the field. He has also donated many hours of his professional time and is able to converse using sign language.

Gregory L. Robbins

Contact Mr. Robbins at his practice in Gainesville, Florida, to schedule an appointment
to have your hearing tested to determine whether or not you need hearing aids.


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