Molly Thrush, HIS
Hearing Instrument Specialist
Molly Thrush grew up in Nashville Tennessee. She attended the University of Mississippi where she explored various subjects until she found interest in the communicative sciences and disorder field (speech pathology and audiology). There she found her true calling and knew she wanted a career in the hearing industry. She fell in love with the idea of connecting people to their world. In 2015 she moved to Austin on a whim and began studying to become a Hearing Instrument Specialist at NewSound. She has since been fully licensed. She loves her work, patients, and believes every day is a chance to change someone’s world. Molly enjoys traveling but knows there is no better life than to love what you do every day right at home!
Patient Services Coordinator
My name is Pam Wallace and I have lived in Round Rock for over 20 years with my husband, two lovely daughters, and dog Daisy. I am the Patient Services Coordinator for the NewSound Hearing office in Round Rock, Texas. I have had the pleasure of helping patients with NewSound Hearing since 2011. I will be the voice you hear when you call our office and I will be glad to help you with scheduling an appointment or helping with any questions you may have.
Great visit! Very knowledgeable staff diagnosed my mother's hearing aid issue, replaced the part, cleaned her ears, and had us out the door in 10 minutes. My mother was crying on the way home because she was so happy to hear again! Thank you!Konklood Inc., on Google
They were very friendly and knowledgeable. We arrived early. They took us straight in. They had a nice waiting room with coffee and tea.Mercy Intexas, on Google
From the first time that I walked into the New Sound Hearing Center office, I have been impressed with the friendliness of the staff and their concern to help me address my hearing loss. Molly Thrush was my hearing specialist and answered all of my questions while Pam Wallace handed...Thomas Leo Swint, on Google
Made appointment later in case stuck at work. Was not and they were happy to take me earlyEd Purtscher, on Google