About Us

We have been providing quality hearing care for over 15 years!

Southeast Kentucky Audiology: Our Story

Southeast Kentucky Audiology is a private practice owned and operated by Dr. Liz Rogers, who purchased the practice in early 2017. Although Dr. Rogers took over the practice two years ago, Southeast Kentucky Audiology has been helping the community hear better for over 15 years. We pride ourselves on building relationships with our patients. Trust and honesty are some of the key components of running a successful practice, that’s why all of the hearing services we offer are built upon those factors.

Although we are located in rural Kentucky, our patients commute from the city to come see us. Our expert care and friendly demeanor sets us apart from other practices. We believe in providing our patients with the best care possible and we will always put you first. We provide comprehensive care to patients of all ages. Our wide range of services include hearing evaluations, hearing aid consultations, cochlear implant services, ear wax removal, and balance evaluations. We can diagnose and treat many disorders related to your ears and hearing health.

Meet Our Staff

Dr. Liz Rogers, Au.D., CCC/A

Board-Certified Doctor of Audiology

Dr. Liz Rogers of Southeast Kentucky Audiology

Dr. Rogers is a graduate of Indiana University-Bloomington, where she earned both her bachelor’s and doctoral degrees. Dr. Rogers completed her audiology externship at the prestigious House Research Institute in Los Angeles, CA, where she focused on pediatrics and cochlear implants. She moved to Lexington in 2012 with her husband and continued to work as a pediatric cochlear implant audiologist at a non-profit organization. In 2014, Dr. Rogers realized there was a need for cochlear implant services in Southeastern Kentucky. At this time, she was able to join the team at Southeast Kentucky Audiology and began providing cochlear implant services to children and adults in the area.

In 2017, an opportunity arose for Dr. Rogers to take on the role of owner of Southeast Kentucky Audiology. She was very excited to take on this role and to continue to offer the best hearing healthcare to the residents of Southeast Kentucky.

Tonya Muncy, BC-HIS

Board-Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist

Tonya Muncy of Southeast Kentucky Audiology

Tonya graduated from South Laurel High School and soon after attended a Youth With A Mission (YWAM) Discipleship Training School. Tonya studied at YWAM for 3 months and participated in short-term state side missions before moving to Guatemala and El Salvador for her cross-cultural studies and global awareness missions. It was at that time Tonya realized her interest was in the medical field.

Tonya worked in the medical field for 7 years in a variety of settings before joining Southeast Kentucky Audiology at its inception in 2003. In 2006, Tonya received her Kentucky Hearing Instrument Specialist License. Since then, Tonya has specialized in the fitting, dispensing, and programming of hearing instruments as well as assistive listening devices. Tonya works with the Southeast Kentucky Audiology team to determine the best technology and financially sound options for patients. Tonya recently obtained her National Board Certification in Hearing Instrument Sciences. This certification recognizes Tonya in an elite group of professionals who have met the highest standard of competency in service to those with hearing loss.

Kara Kratzer, Au.D., CCC/A

Board-Certified Doctor of Audiology

Kara Kratzer of Southeast Kentucky Audiology

Dr. Kratzer joined Southeast Kentucky Audiology in May of 2016. Dr. Kratzer earned her Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders from Eastern Kentucky University and her Doctorate of Audiology from the University of Louisville. She has experience in diagnostics, cochlear implant services, fitting and dispensing hearing instruments and assistive listening devices, as well as counseling and aural rehabilitation.

Dr. Kratzer is passionate about providing quality, sustainable hearing healthcare in underserved populations. She completed her Doctoral research project at the Red Bird Mission in Beverly, Kentucky. Her research focused on designing and implementing an aural rehabilitation and audiological training program for the staff at Red Bird. The training was focused on increasing the sustainability of healthcare services in a rural, non-profit setting.

Kelly North

Audiology Assistant

Kelly North of Southeast Kentucky Audiology

Kelly is the Audiology Assistant at Southeast Kentucky Audiology. She joined the team in April of 2016. Prior to joining the staff, she worked for 5 years in a variety of departments in a local hospital. Kelly is exceptional at what she does because of her positive attitude and enthusiasm for excellence in customer service and patient care.

Angela Farmer

Finance and Insurance Coordinator

Angela Farmer of Southeast Kentucky Audiology

Angela joined the Southeast Kentucky Audiology team in March 2015. Having over 20 years of experience in customer service, Angela strongly believes the patients come first. She is exceptionally skilled at helping patients understand and receive the most from their insurance benefits.

Marian Boggs

Patient Care Coordinator

Marian Boggs of Southeast Kentucky Audiology

Marian joined the Southeast Kentucky Audiology team in 2018. Marian has used her customer service experience to provide patients with understanding care. Patients love seeing her in the front office and always comment on how friendly and helpful she is when booking appointments or answering questions.

Sherri Stargel

Physician Liaison

Sherri Stargel of Southeast Kentucky Audiology

Sherri has lived in Southeast Kentucky for 23 years. She graduated from the University of South Florida with a Master’s Degree in Aural Rehabilitation, and is fluent in American Sign Language. Sherri enjoys interacting with people. She advocates for patients by educating the public and medical professionals regarding hearing loss, balance disorders, and treatment so patients get the hearing health care they need.

Outside of the office, Sherri uses her sign language skills to interpret services at her church. She also enjoys to travel overseas with her husband and uses those same skills with international deaf groups. Sherri enjoys cooking and spending time with her family.

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