Hearing Aid Dispenser
Bruce Troast owned a successful hearing aid practice in Bloomfield, NJ for over 32 years, always being an active member in meeting the needs of his community. He has received awards from the Lions Club International and the Starkey Hearing Foundation Angel Aware for his work with the hearing impaired.
His quiet, easy and confident demeanor aids him in being able to ease his patients into better hearing. He has fit thousands of hearing aids and is very aware of the concerns of his patients and their loved ones. His goal is to help his patient select the best solution for their hearing loss based on their individual needs and lifestyle. He prides himself on treating his patients like a member of the family!
Bruce has based his professional career on the words of our found, William F. Austin that “Life is Worth Hearing!” Better today than yesterday, better tomorrow than today.
Patient Services Coordinator
After graduating from the College of Saint Elizabeth in 2004 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education and Psychology, and a Minor in Special Education, I was fortunate enough to work with many professionals and students in various settings and positions who touched my life and my heart. These individuals also challenged me to continue to learn and grow as an individual. It was that desire for constant growth that caused me to earn a second B.A. in English from Caldwell College in 2010.
While I found these positions to be challenging, something was still missing. This is when I decided to take a leap of faith and turn a previously Part-Time position as a Chiropractic Office Manager into my Full-Time position. It did not take long to realize that this was my passion. Daily patient interaction, the ever-changing medical environment and the ability to truly make a difference in someone’s life are just a few of the reasons that I loved my position. I look forward to working with Bruce and continuing to expand my knowledge of the medical field. It is my hope that every patient I encounter feels respected and cared for when they walk through the door. Care that is truly patient-centered is at the heart of everything I do, and nothing brings me more joy.