Ann Rohner, AuD, CCC-A

5.0 out of 5 

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800 W. Central Texas Expressway Suite 205
Harker Heights , TX 76548
Phone: (254) 618-1020
Wellstone Health Partners

Dr. Ann Rohner has over 20 years of experience in audiology and hearing healthcare.  She earned her Bachelors of Science from New Mexico State University and her Master of Science in Communicative Disorders from California State University at Northridge.  She then completed her Doctorate of Audiology at A.T. Still University of Health Sciences in Mesa, Arizona.
Dr. Rohner has acquired extensive knowledge of hearing loss, aural rehabilitation, hearing conservation, tinnitus therapy, and amplification while serving patients in varied locations from the Veteran’s Administration to private practices, as well as in hospital settings and working as a regional manager for a major hearing aid manufacturer. She has also had the joy of supervising doctoral candidates in the audiology program at The University of Texas, Austin. 
Dr. Rohner is honored to be a lifetime member of the Texas Academy of Audiology and has served as board member of the Austin Audiological Society.  As a singer with Chorus Austin and the Austin Symphonic Orchestra, she loves caring for the hearing impaired and has a passion for working with musicians and military veterans suffering from tinnitus and noise induced hearing loss. Having lived in Austin since 1998, she considers it a privilege to now serve patients in Harker Heights and surrounding communities as a provider with Wellstone Health Partners.

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I have been going to Wellstone for my hearing for many years. If I need to come in quickly to Ann Rohner AU.D. I am immediately given a time n the day I call. From the point of entry, everyone is professional , helpful and kind. Ann Rohner is the best; all questions are answered and he takes time to listen to any problems and solve them. This is the #1 place to go for hearing. I will always come back.

   — Dianne Stephen-Rocco


Very pleasant. They were courteous. They attempted numerous ways to get accurate audiology tests done on a disabled child with communication issues.

   — Nicole