Image of Laura Day-Moran, Doctor of Audiology.Doctor of Audiology

Dr. Day-Moran has practiced Audiology since 1987 and has owned Harbor Audiology since 1998. Laura earned her Master's in Audiology from Western Washington University and her Doctorate from the Arizona School of Health Sciences. Laura is also a proud Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and a Certificate Holder in Tinnitus Management through the American Board of Audiology. She truly loves the audiology profession and enjoys getting to know her patients and their families; particularly improving their communication and quality of life. Dr. Day-Moran has two grown children. In her spare time, she likes to garden, read, and travel. She participates in mission trips in Mexico, Fiji, and Guatemala.

Image of Molly Porter, Doctor of Audiology.Doctor of Audiology

Dr. Porter joined Harbor Audiology in 2016.  She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences from University of Washington, and a Doctoral degree in Audiology from Arizona State University.  She is a native of the pacific northwest, and was born and raised in Gig Harbor, WA.  Dr. Porter loves working at Harbor Audiology because it allows her to give back to her community. She is dedicated to providing excellent patient care and spreading awareness and education in the field of hearing healthcare.  In her time off Dr. Porter enjoys hiking, biking, backpacking, and everything else the pacific northwest has to offer.

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Jason was originally trained in Audiology through the Veteran’s Affair’s Clinic and has served overseas twice with the Army. After teaching cybersecurity for eight years, he retired as a National Guardsman. He enjoys Audiology because it gives him the best of both worlds, working with technology and helping people. Originally from Seattle, Jason enjoys fishing, hiking, camping, playing tennis, reading, and enjoying the outdoors.

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Audiologist

“My success is measured in my patients’ success, not in numbers of hearing aids sold.”

Curt holds a Master of Arts degree in Audiology from the University of Denver and is Board Certified in Audiology. Curt opened Olympic Hearing because, as a hearing-impaired audiologist, he wanted to design a warm and comfortable environment to help people with hearing difficulties. He particularly enjoys working with musicians, because technological advances in hearing aids allow him to fine-tune the aids to work with musical instruments of all kinds, including “piano, organ, voice, violin, guitar, and even banjos.”

Image of April Wallace, senior audiology practice manager.Senior Practice Manager

April Wallace brings over 13 years of experience in healthcare management to Harbor Audiology.  April is excited that her role at Harbor Audiology allows her to use her administrative skills with a very hands-on approach to patient care. In her free time, April enjoys gardening, cooking, reading, and traveling with her husband. April is delighted to be a part of this team and is committed to providing the personalized experience for which Harbor Audiology is known.

Image of Angie Nieuwhof, audiology assistant. Practice Manager/ Audiology Assistant 

Angie joins us from Sound Advice Audiology and is happy to be taking care of those patients here at Harbor Audiology & Hearing Services. She has over 14 years experience in hearing healthcare in the Tacoma and Gig Harbor areas. In her free time, she enjoys reading, watching movies, and spending time with her friends and family.

Image of Justin Henley, Director of Audiology Operations.Director of Operations

Justin comes to us with nearly 20 years of leadership in healthcare, retail, and restaurant management.  Educated at WGU, he earned his bachelor’s degree in business management.  His social and analytical nature makes him adept at implementing your suggestions and feedback into our practice.  Connecting with nature is one of his passions, which he does through activities like river rafting and hiking.  He hopes to one day visit all 50 states and is almost halfway there. He loves history, comedies, football, sampling various cuisines and reading fantasy/detective novels like Jim Butcher’s Dresden Files.   His favorite part of this job is, "helping people connect with friends and family.”

Sadie.000Practice Development Manager

Sadie joined Harbor Audiology in January of 2017. She graduated in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences from The University of Utah in Salt Lake City. She was born and raised in the PNW and moved back in 2015 to be closer to her family. She has a genuine interest in the well-being of our patients. She has worked hard in the customer service industry for many years. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, reading, and visiting her home town of Port Townsend. 

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Patient Care Coordinator 

Kimberly Robinson joined Harbor Audiology at the end of 2016 and is excited to bring her 16 years experience in billing and customer service to the team.  She enjoys helping patients to understand and navigate the ins and outs of insurance, working together to ensure claims are processed correctly and in a timely manner.  When she is not at the office she can be found spending time with her family, enjoying the outdoors and capturing the beauty of our area through photography. 

Image of Jaymie Workman, audiologist patient care coordinator.Patient Care Coordinator

Originally from South King County, Jaymie moved to Kitsap County in 2010 after studying technical theatre at Southern Oregon University. She joined us from Hearing Solutions and started full time as a patient care coordinator when the companies merged in February of 2018. Jaymie enjoys getting to know everyone that walks through our doors and loves to see the positive changes made through improved hearing. When she’s not working she can be found costumed and acting at local festivals and events. She also enjoys camping, taking photos, sewing or doing arts and crafts.

Image of Tiana English, audiologist patient care coordinator.Patient Care Coordinator

After spending many years in the hospitality industry in Las Vegas, Tiana joined Harbor Audiology in September of 2017 with an interest in healthcare. She has over 15 years of customer service experience and enjoys connecting with patients and giving them the best experience possible. She feels helping patients is very rewarding, and is very excited to experience unique patient interaction at Harbor Audiology. In her free time she enjoys Bikram yoga, bike riding, painting, reading and exploring nature. She is also very interested in Feng shui and will rearrange a room until she feels the “energy” is just right. She also hopes to learn more languages in the future.