Dr. Roger Theobald is a nationally certified and an Idaho state-licensed doctor of audiology with over seventeen years of experience.
After graduating from Dixie College in 1995, he graduated Summa Cum Laude from Utah State University in 1998 with a Bachelor's of Science in Communicative Disorders and a Master of Science degree in Clinical and Educational Audiology in 2000. He completed his education as a doctor of audiology from Arizona School of Health Sciences.
Dr. Theobald is part of the American Academy of Audiology and the American Speech, Language and Hearing Associations.
Dr. Theobald was raised in St. George UT where he excelled in sports particularly in Golf and Baseball. He and his wife Melissa have five beautiful children who reside in Kuna where he enjoys riding his motorcycle, camping, fishing, golfing, reading, and working on the farm.
After graduating with an A.A. from Brown Mackie College in 2011 as a medical assistant, Mary was looking for a position in health care that would allow her not only to use her degree, but also her passion for patient care. She found that opportunity with Treasure Valley Hearing & Balance. She holds numerous awards for her office and communication skills, making her a great asset to the team at TVHB. Dedicated to continuing her education to give the best hearing care possible, she earned her Audiology Assistant certification for amplification and diagnostics through Nova Southeastern University.
If she had to pick her favorite thing about her position with TVHB, it would be working with her patients to help them achieve the best possible hearing in their everyday activities, which she believes gives people more than better hearing - it gives them a better life. When not in the office, she enjoys sewing and reading.
Dawn has always been intrigued by communicative disorders. When she came across the patient care coordinator position with Treasure Valley Hearing & Balance, she knew it was fate. She welcomes the opportunity to be part of a team that works to better lives through better hearing. She describes her team as supportive to both its patients and each other. The recognition and appreciation she receives from patients helps her come to work every day with a happy heart.
She describes herself as an everyday girl who loves spending quality time with friends, family, and loved ones. In her spare time you can find her reading or exploring classic car shows.