Our Audiologists

Kim Fisher

Kim Fisher

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Mrs. Fisher is a native of upstate New York and received her Master’s degree from the University at Buffalo. Kim has been practicing audiology in Richmond since 2000 and has a special interest in hearing aids and tinnitus. She is licensed by the state of Virginia as an Audiologist and as a hearing aid specialist. Kim is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. Kim is married and enjoys spending her free time with her two daughters. | Email Kim Fisher

Kim Imajo

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Dr. Imajo received her Bachelor’s degree from James Madison University and spent several years teaching Kindergarten before making a career change to audiology. She went back to school at the University of Virginia where she obtained her Master’s degree in Audiology. She then obtained her Doctorate degree from Salus University in Pennsylvania. Kim has been practicing audiology in Richmond since 2000 and has a special interest in advanced hearing aid technology. After working in an ENT office, she joined a private practice for several years. In 2011, Kim decided to become a business owner herself with Richmond Hearing Doctors because she wanted the flexibility to best fit and treat her patients as needed instead of having someone else or a large corporation tell her how to manage patients. Kim is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. She has lived in Richmond for over 30 years and enjoys spending her free time at the river with her husband, son, and daughter. | Email Kim Imajo

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Testimonials

“I have been a client of Dr. Debra Ogilvie since 1999. She twice has helped me select hearing aids that enhance my ministry and my personal quality of life. I am pleased that she has provided the same professional service to friends of mine who have accepted my referrals.”

-Tom Miller, retired minister

Kim Imajo

Kim Imajo

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Dr. Imajo received her Bachelor’s degree from James Madison University and spent several years teaching Kindergarten before making a career change to audiology. She went back to school at the University of Virginia where she obtained her Master’s degree in Audiology. She then obtained her Doctorate degree from Salus University in Pennsylvania. Kim has been practicing audiology in Richmond since 2000 and has a special interest in advanced hearing aid technology. After working in an ENT office, she joined a private practice for several years. In 2011, Kim decided to become a business owner herself with Richmond Hearing Doctors because she wanted the flexibility to best fit and treat her patients as needed instead of having someone else or a large corporation tell her how to manage patients. Kim is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. She has lived in Richmond for over 30 years and enjoys spending her free time at the river with her husband, son, and daughter. | Email Kim Imajo

 
Debra Ogilvie

Debra Ogilvie

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Dr. Ogilvie is a native of Virginia, growing up in Hampton. She received her Bachelor’s degree from James Madison University, her Master’s degree from The George Washington University in Washington, DC and her Doctorate of Audiology degree from Salus University in Pennsylvania. Debra has been practicing Audiology since 1995. After spending several years in the Northern Virginia area, Debra and her husband moved to Richmond in 1999 and spent 12 years working in a local private practice until deciding to become an owner herself. She has always appreciated both the technology side and personal sides to Audiology – finding the best hearing solution for each individual person. Debra is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology, a fellow of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology, and is a Board Member of the Virginia Board for Hearing Aid Specialists and Opticians. She and her husband enjoy spending time with their son, daughter, and extended family. | Email Debra Ogilvie

 

Leah Ball

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Dr. Ball is a native of Missouri, where she earned her Bachelor of Science Degree and her Master’s Degree, and later her Clinical Doctorate in Audiology from Arizona School of Health Sciences, part of A.T. Still University. Dr. Ball’s tenure as an Audiologist has been a diverse one. Shortly after earning her Master’s degree, Dr. Ball embarked on a journey traveling around the United States with her husband, who was then an Officer in the U.S. Army. Over the course of over 20 years, Dr. Ball has worked in a small private audiology practice in Kirksville, MO, a large otolaryngology practice in Richmond, VA, a military tertiary care hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii, an academic medical center in Charlotttesville, VA, and a large private audiology practice in Richmond. Dr. Ball’s truly diverse clinical experiences have resulted in a well-rounded and seasoned clinician, but her true passion is helping patients maximize the benefit that hearing aids can bring to their lives. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology, fellow of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology and is current Vice President of the Speech and Hearing Association of Virginia. | Email Leah Ball

Leah Ball
 
Leah Ball

Leah Ball

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Dr. Ball is a native of Missouri, where she earned her Bachelor of Science Degree and her Master’s Degree, and later her Clinical Doctorate in Audiology from Arizona School of Health Sciences, part of A.T. Still University. Dr. Ball’s tenure as an Audiologist has been a diverse one. Shortly after earning her Master’s degree, Dr. Ball embarked on a journey traveling around the United States with her husband, who was then an Officer in the U.S. Army. Over the course of over 20 years, Dr. Ball has worked in a small private audiology practice in Kirksville, MO, a large otolaryngology practice in Richmond, VA, a military tertiary care hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii, an academic medical center in Charlotttesville, VA, and a large private audiology practice in Richmond. Dr. Ball’s truly diverse clinical experiences have resulted in a well-rounded and seasoned clinician, but her true passion is helping patients maximize the benefit that hearing aids can bring to their lives. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology, fellow of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology and is current Vice President of the Speech and Hearing Association of Virginia. | Email Leah Ball