Our Hearing Professionals
Peg Eackles, AuD, CCC-A, FAAA
Doctor of Audiology/Director of Audiology
Margaret (Peg) Eackles, AuD, CCC-A, FAAA, is a certified clinical audiologist and the director of the Hearing Care Center. She has been with the Hearing Care Center since 1993. Dr. Eackles completed her Doctor of Audiology degree from A.T. Still University-Arizona School of Health Sciences, Masters of Science degree in Communication Disorders from Pennsylvania State University and her Bachelor of Science from West Virginia University. Prior to joining the Hearing Care Center she worked in both the private and public sector as a clinical audiologist. Dr. Eackles has extensive background in adult and pediatric assessment and amplification. She has made guest appearances on local television to discuss hearing aids and hearing health issues. Dr. Eackles most recently presented in conjunction with G.A.I.T. (University of Maryland Health Professions Students Projects, Geriatric Assessment Interdisciplinary Team) in Williamsport, MD. Students from the professions of nursing, social work, as well as PAs gathered together to discuss the importance of hearing for the healthy aging adult.
Dr. Eackles is active in her local community and enjoys spending time with her husband and two girls.
Jennifer Campbell, AuD, CCC-A, FAAA
Doctor of Audiology
Jennifer Campbell, AuD, CCC-A, FAAA, received her Masters degree in Audiology from the University of Pittsburgh in 1999. She has been an audiologist at the Hearing Care Center since 1999. Prior to her employment at Hearing Care Center, She completed an Audiology traineeship at the Oakland Veterans Administration hospital in Pittsburgh. Dr. Campbell completed her Doctorate of Audiology degree at A.T. Still University. She has given presentations for the Lions Club, Rotary Club, Carpenter's Union, 55 Up group, and elementary school children. Most recently, Dr. Campbell participated in a mission project in Bethel, Alaska. Approximately 100 Native Alaskans were assessed and tested, of which 38 were fit with hearing instruments.
Dr. Campbell enjoys reading, touring vineyards and spending time with her husband, little boy and daughter.
Kelsi Bubb, AuD
Certified Clinical Audiologist
Kelsi Bubb, AuD is a board-certified audiologist who joined the Hearing Care Center in July of 2018. Dr. Bubb received her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the Pennsylvania State University in 2014 and went on to receive her Doctor of Audiology degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 2018. She completed her fouth-year externship at the Pittsburgh VA Medical Center. Her professional interests include amplification, tinnitus and the impact of hearing loss on public health. She has presented on hearing loss in older adults to students at the Geriatric Assessment Interdisciplinary Team (GAIT) training program at a local nursing home. She has also co-authored an article published in Seminars in Hearing for a quality improvement project regarding hearing loss in hospitalized older adults.
Natalia Husted, our patient coordinator, received her Associates degree in Applied Science. She is the friendly voice on the phone. Natalia has worked for both the Hearing Care Center and Cumberland Valley ENT Associates since 2007. Prior to this she has had experience at other physician's offices.
Natalia enjoys spending time with her two children and extended family.
Associated with Cumberland Valley ENT Associates
Consulting Physicians: (as seen in top picture)
- Jarl T. Wathne, MD
- Michael J. Saylor, MD
- A. Christopher Manilla, DO
- Angela C. Stonebraker, MD