MEET THE TEAM

Better hearing and a better quality of life can be yours for many years with the help of the right hearing professional. At Precision Hearing, we pride ourselves on developing long-term relationships with our patients. Relationships based on unsurpassed personal service that begins the first time you walk through our doors and continues long after your initial appointment.

Call us today at 352-765-8008.

Don't wait!

Early treatment is the most effective treatment.

Talk to the experts. Call us today.

Kristen Weinbaum, Au.D.

Kristen Weinbaum, Au.D.

Owner

Dr. Kristen Weinbaum has been serving patients in Clermont since early 2012 and founded Precision Hearing in 2016. The freedom and flexibility of owning her own practice allow her to provide patients with the highest quality audiology care. Dr. Weinbaum pursued a career in audiology because hearing loss runs in her family and even she herself lives with hearing loss. Her personal connection to her profession gives her a passion for what she does and a commitment to treat every patient like family.

Dr. Weinbaum is originally from Miami and first moved to Central Florida to attend UCF for her undergraduate degree. She earned her Doctor of Audiology degree from the University of South Florida. She is Board Certified by the American Board of Audiology and she is a fellow of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology. Away from the office, she enjoys playing the piano, traveling, cooking, and spending time with her husband and their two children.

Matthew Galon

Matthew Galon

Audiology Assistant

Matthew is originally from New Port Richey, FL and is now a student at the University of South Florida. He is majoring in Communication Sciences & Disorders. Matthew’s background is in retail electronics so he is our in-house technology expert. He loves the audiology field because it blends technology with helping people. In his free time Matthew enjoys watching movies and traveling.

Why wait? You don’t have to live with hearing loss.

Why wait? You don’t have to live with hearing loss.