Janice Kimble joined Treasure Valley Hearing & Balance in 2007, following more than three decades as a bookkeeper and office manager, first in banking, then in the private sector. This wealth of practical experience serves her well, as Janice oversees all our accounts receivable and payable, insurance billings, and human resources functions, in addition to her work leading our support staff.
"I enjoy working for a company that is respectful and has integrity," Janice says when asked why she enjoys her role at TVHB. "I enjoy helping people, and processes here work well and consistently together."
Outside of the office, Janice spends time with her three daughters and four grandchildren, all of whom she adores.
As a Certified Nurse Assistant with substantial experience helping elderly patients, Schedule and Events Coordinator Deborah Page plays a critical role at Treasure Valley Hearing & Balance. Deborah is often the first point of contact for our patients, and her warmth, compassion, and fastidious attention to detail ensure that everyone who visits our practice feels personally cared for. When asked what she values most about her role, Deborah replies, "What I do greatly affects the success of our company, as well as the success of our patients, who are dear to Treasure Valley Hearing & Balance."
When she's not striving to offer our patients the pinnacle of caring, personalized assistance, Deborah likes to spend time with her family and enjoys exploring the outdoors. She especially favors hiking, biking, and camping with Michael, her husband of 40 years, and their two dogs, Molly and Maddy.
Susan has a multi-decade background in marketing having worked in sales, product marketing and market development capacities for multiple companies throughout her career. She spent the first half of her career in hi-tech, and then moved on to work in several other markets including family entertainment. Susan has returned to Treasure Valley Hearing and Balance having consulted with them for four years previously. She loves working with people that need hearing care introducing them to how wonderful technology has become in helping them lead fuller, healthier lives, and is passionate about encouraging people to treat their hearing loss so as to stave off risks of dementia.
Jacquie Elcox, BC-HIS, is a leader in the field of hearing health care, Board-Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences, speaker, teacher, author and philanthropist. Her impact on the audiology industry stretches across the world with recognition and patient treatment. She is a founding member of one of the largest hearing health care groups in the country, the founder of Treasure Valley Hearing & Balance Clinic and has been recognized multiple times as a female leader in industry, integrity and entrepreneurship.