Meet Our Friendly Staff



Randy Williams and his wife, Betty, want to extend a warm welcome to all who visit the West Tennessee Hearing Aid Center. Randy is Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences with nine years experience in the West Tennessee area. He is a native of Crockett County where he and Betty make their home now on the family farm. A graduate of Memphis State University, where he met Betty, also an alumni of  MSU, they enjoy not only Tiger basketball but all area sports.









Jamie Martin is a Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist licensed in the states of Mississippi and Tennessee. She received her Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. Jamie and her husband, Bobby, are Vols fans who enjoy going to the games. She has lived in this area her entire life and enjoys helping her community hear better.




HIS Apprentice




Kristen Deaton is a Hearing Instrument Specialist licensed in Tennessee. She was raised in Humboldt, TN where she attended and graduated from Humboldt High School.  She received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Memphis. When she’s not working, Kristen enjoys spending time with her little girl, Alivia and husband Brandon. She values the friendships of the patients she sees and considers it a privilege to provide hearing health care.







Melissa Clark enjoys helping to serve the needs of all our patients as the Practice Administrator. She has lived in this area all her life. Melissa is a graduate of South Side High School and attended Jackson State Community College. When not at work she loves spending time with her family and husband Cameron and son Tanner.




Patient Care Coordinator





Amy Vaughn enjoys helping serve the needs of our patients as Patient Care Coordinator. She moved here from Nashville and has grown to love the area. Outside of work she is a running enthusiast, loves being outdoors and spending time with her family.




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Hearing test is an audiometric test to determine proper amplification needs only. These are not medical exams or diagnoses nor are they intended to replace a physician’s care. If you suspect a medical problem, please seek treatment from your doctor. Hearing aids do not restore natural hearing. Individual experiences vary depending on severity of hearing loss, accuracy of evaluation, proper fit and ability to adapt to amplification.