Our Hearing Professionals
What is an Audiologist? An audiologist is a medical professional who diagnoses, treats, and manages individuals with hearing loss or balance problems. Audiologists have received a master's or doctoral degree from an accredited university graduate program. Their academic and clinical training provides the foundation for patient management from birth through adulthood. Audiologists determine appropriate patient treatment of hearing and balance problems by combining a complete history with a variety of specialized auditory and vestibular assessments. Based upon the diagnosis, the audiologist presents a variety of treatment options to patients with hearing loss or balance problems. Audiologists also dispense and fit hearing aids as part of a comprehensive habilitative program. Audiologists may be found working in medical centers and hospitals, private practice settings, schools, government health facilities and agencies, as well as colleges and universities. As a primary hearing health provider, audiologists refer patients to physicians when the hearing or balance problem requires medical or surgical evaluation or treatment.
Kathleen M Haasch, Au.D.
Dr. Haasch has over twenty-five years of experience as a clinical and educational audiologist. In addition, she has experience in diagnostic audiological testing, hearing aid dispensing, electronystagmography (ENG), and educational audiology. Dr. Haasch provides hearing aid consultations and fittings for people of all ages. She is a member of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association, the American Academy of Audiology, the Wisconsin Speech Language and Hearing Association, and the Academy of Doctors of Audiology.
Ashley Hoerth, Au.D.
Dr. Hoerth is the newest Doctor of Audiology at Medical Hearing Associates, Ltd. She has been with Medical Hearing Associates since June 2012 completing her year-long internship and recently graduated with Doctoral degree in Audiology from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point. Dr. Hoerth specializes in the most up to date geriatric audiology techniques, hearing aid consultations, and hearing aid fitting. In her spare time she enjoys spending time being active with her family and pursuing her hobby of photography.
Charlene Lemons, Au.D.
Dr. Lemons completed her Audiology Doctoral degree from the UW-Consortium, a combined program between UW-Stevens Point and UW-Madison, in May of 2020. During the last year of her graduate program, she completed a year long internship here at Medical Hearing Associates. Her areas of interest include tinnitus management options, new hearing aid technology, and hearing conservation. Dr. Lemons is a member of American Speech Language and Hearing Association, the American Academy of Audiology, and the Wisconsin Speech Language and Hearing Association. In her free time she enjoys camping and hiking with her husband and dog.
Assistant Office Manager
My name is Donna Reseburg and I am the front desk receptionist at Medical Hearing Associates, Ltd. I began working here in August of 2009 and have continued my experience through trainings and various resources. I enjoy the interaction with the staff as well as the patients in need of assistance. We pride ourselves on friendliness, compassion and understanding that sets us apart from other facilities. On a personal level I am a resident of Howards Grove with two grown children. My husband and I enjoy traveling and playing a fun game of golf. I feel blessed to be a part of such a caring and dedicated team lead by Dr. Kathleen Haasch.