Meet the Team
Better hearing and a better quality of life can be yours for many years with the help of the right hearing professional. At Imaginears, we pride ourselves on developing long-term relationships with our patients. Relationships based on unsurpassed personal service that begins the first time you walk through our doors and continues long after your initial appointment.
Elizabeth D. Tangel, Au.D.
Owner, Doctor of Audiology
Dr. Tangel received her master’s degree in Audiology in 1993 from Sacramento State University, California. She received her doctoral degree in August 2008 from A.T. Still University School of Health Sciences in Mesa, Arizona. She worked for an Ear, Nose and Throat clinic in Yakima, WA for 7 years before moving to the Rogue Valley in 2000.
Dr. Tangel enjoys educating her patients about hearing loss and treating their symptoms. Modern advances in Audiology have allowed her to combine her computer skills with the art of Audiology in fitting patients with the most advanced amplification.
Dr. Tangel continues to further her education by attending seminars and training on a regular basis. Dr Tangel is a member of Academy of Doctors of Audiology.
Patient Care Coordinator
I am very happy to be the new Patient Care Coordinator at our Ashland office! The highlight of my work experience has been as a caregiver, care coordinator, and advocate for my mother. While I have had a presence in the Rogue Valley since 2007, I have been mostly absent the last few years while providing home care for my mother in Canada. I am new to audiology and excited to learn what I can to help our patients experience exceptional patient care. Please stop by our bright and beautiful office and let us know how we can help with your hearing needs. Our beloved mascot is here on Tuesdays and Thursdays and would love to meet you!
Office manager, Patient Care Coordinator.
I have had the pleasure of working with hearing impaired patient’s at Imaginears for over 17 years. My position allows me the flexibility to work on hearing aids in need of repair, help patients with their billing needs and questions, schedule appointments, chat with potential new patients about how Imaginears and its staff stands out from all the others and act as the welcome center for the office.
The best part of my job is watching a new hearing aid wearer walk out of the fitting room and seeing their eyes light up as if they are hearing for the first time.
Her name is Pork Chop and she is a French bulldog/Boston Terrier mix. She was born last August 2014 and she was born deaf. She enjoys greeting everyone that comes into the office and will give you plenty of kisses.
She is learning sign language and has become a part of our team at Imaginears. Come in and meet her anytime.