Dr. Marci Schwab, Au.D.
Doctor of Audiology
AUD #1210 - Dispensing License #625
My name is Dr. Marci Schwab, and I have enjoyed being an audiologist since 1997. After receiving my Master’s Degree and practicing for several years, I returned to school in 2007 and obtained my Doctor of Audiology degree. My patients are my second family, and when you visit us at Penta Hearing Care, you will feel comfortable while you receive the best, individualized care for your hearing health needs.
The greatest gift I have ever received is when a patient realizes that better hearing is part of having a better life! I am honored to be part of this amazing profession where changing lives is an amazing journey for both the patient and the doctor!
Justin Lipp, Au.D.
Doctor of Audiology
My name is Dr. Justin Lipp and I obtained my audiology degree from the University of Connecticut. I currently hold licensure in New Jersey as an audiologist and a hearing aid dispenser. Upon graduation I worked in a private practice setting in Central New Jersey. There I was able to work with patients of all ages and develop a great rapport with the local community.
I enjoys all facets of audiology but I really love working with the newest hearing aid technology. It is so important to educate patients about the great things hearing aids can offer. When an individual leaves their hearing loss untreated, this can lead to isolation, depression, and in some cases dementia.
When the opportunity came for me to join All American Hearing I did not hesitate. I believe I bring a personal and comfortable approach to treating hearing loss and I look forward to meeting you!
AUD Lic: 41YA00079600
HAD Lic: 25MG00126500
Terry Jackson, HIS
Hearing Instrument Specialist
I’m a Carolina Girl who became a New Jersey transplant when I came here 34 years ago as a newlywed. I grew up in a musical family in Raleigh, NC and graduated from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro with a Bachelor’s degree in Music. After spending 14 years working at the Burlington County Board of Social Services, I decided to spend more time with my two children and worked part time, first as a church secretary and then as a Basic Skills Aid for first graders. It was then my journey in audiology as a receptionist for a local audiology practice began.
As the practice grew, so did my desire to learn how to help people improve their lives through better hearing, and so I became a licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist in 2009. My background in music and my newest experience of being a grandmother give me an appreciation of the importance of the sounds of life. I love getting to know the people we see, to listen to their stories, and to watch their reactions when they are fit with new hearing instruments; as they hear the birds, the crickets, and especially their children and grandchildren. I love being a Hearing Instrument Specialist because “Life is worth hearing!”
Patient Services Coordinator
Very professional, gives excellent service; cares for the patient; very knowledgeable on latest technology in hearing instruments; I happily and confidently refer friends to Dr. Berth and Family Hearing because I know they will be well served. Several friends recently came to Dr. Berth for their hearing needs and were...Alan Respler, on Google+
Very grateful for the thoughtful, thorough and professional attention I receive from all the staff at Family Hearing Center. I never had a medical service where you know up front what your total cost will be and is inclusive of free care and resources for so many years. They also...Heidi Affrime, on Google+
Teresa was so patient and understanding with me. What a great experience! I highly recommend this organization..Vivian Molloy, on Google+
I have been with Family Hearing over several years and two doctors. Dr Tyffany is very friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful. She has provided thorough service, listening to and responding to the slightest hearing needs. When it was time for a new pair of hearing aids, we worked together to pick...Matthew Roach, on Google+
Patient care and communication is conducted in a professional, competent and caring manner.Steve Wenick, on Google+