Sarah Post, Au.D., CCC-A

Clinical Audiologist

As a child of deaf adults (CODA) in the Knoxville Deaf Community, she understands the struggles like no other. This sparked her passion for audiology as a career and led her to pursue a bachelor’s degree in audiology from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

After completing her degree, she continued her education at Auburn University, where she completed her doctorate of audiology (Au.D.) before returning to Knoxville to serve the local community.

As a clinical audiologist at Physicians Hearing Care, Sarah provides comprehensive diagnostic services to assess patients’ hearing needs.

Often requiring the assistance of amplification devices, Sarah helps patients select and tailor instruments to their specific hearing loss and needs that can improve their quality of life. With each patient, she listens and discusses their needs to develop a plan to improve their communication and quality of life.

So far, there have been many life-changing moments during her time at PHC. Most of all, Sarah loves working with people to form a partnership to understand their needs, build trust, and craft customized plans to improve their hearing health.

Outside of work, Sarah is a mother of three boys under the age of five, so you can find her at swim classes, birthday parties, and playgrounds. Sarah and her husband, an engineer at ORNL, also enjoy traveling the world and have spent time in some of the most remote and interesting places on earth, like the jungles of Borneo and the canals of Venice.

Sarah Post, Au.D., CCC-A, Clinical Audiologist at Physician’s Hearing Care Tennessee

If you could have dinner with one person (dead or alive), who would it be?

Dolly Parton

What is your favorite movie?

The Holiday

What is your favorite meal?

Breakfast for dinner: Biscuits and gravy!

If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?

I’ve traveled to several beautiful places all over the world, but a few bucket list trips of mine are to go on an African safari or to Norway and see glaciers, whales, and polar bears.

If your colleagues could choose one word to describe you, what would it be?

Patient & supportive


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