David L. McBride
Dave has worked at Tri-City Audiology his entire professional career. He graduated from Arizona State University in 1986 with a Master’s Degree in Audiology and was involved in growing the practice from a business with two audiologists to the multi-provider practice that exists today. He is originally from Cleveland, Ohio and obtained his Bachelor’s Degree from Cleveland State University. His wife, Ingrid, is also an audiologist and is currently the director of the Hearing Clinic at Arizona State University and also teaches doctoral-level classes to students in the audiology program at ASU. Many of these students rotate through our office as part of their educational experience to gain exposure to actual real-world private audiology practices. Dave and Ingrid have two daughters, one is currently a student at ASU and the other recently graduated from ASU and currently is in graduate school at New Mexico State studying speech-language pathology. Dave and Ingrid have two dogs that do their best at alternately amusing them and annoying them—both dogs are also ASU supporters. Go Sun Devils! Dave enjoys watching sports and movies and reading in his spare time. He claims to be an expert in the fine art of gas-fired barbecue grilling.
Dr. Rohe was raised in New York and was a varsity midfielder for his high school lacrosse team. He was also a passionate downhill and cross country skier and spent as much time as he could on the slopes of Stowe, Vermont and Lake Placid, NY. He completed his graduate education in audiology in 1992 from The University of North Carolina. He began his career in audiology as an instructor of audiology at The Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC.
In 2001 he relocated to Arizona. His areas of expertise are in tinnitus, hyperacusis, and misophonia. He is currently an adjunct assistant professor in tinnitus at A.T. Still University in Mesa, AZ. He personally trained with PawelJastreboff, a world renowned neuroscientist whose research work at Yale University advanced our understanding of tinnitus, hyperacusis, and misophonia.
Dr. Rohe is a member of the Tinnitus Retraining Therapy Association, a fellow member of the Tinnitus Practitioners Association, a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology, a certified member of The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and chair of the Arizona Speech and Hearing Professionals Advisory Committee. He is also trained in Cognitive Behavior Therapy from The Beck Institute in Philadelphia, PA.
Allen W. Rohe
Although not an AZ native, Kay has lived in AZ for nearly 30 years. She graduated from ASU with her Master’s Degree in Communication Disorders in 1993 and earned her Doctorate in Audiology in 2004. Her experience includes training at Good Samaritan Hospital, the VA Medical Center in Phoenix, and private practice, before becoming one of the three partner-owners of Tri-City Audiology. She is certified by the American Speech & Hearing Association and is a member of the American Academy of Audiology.
Kay enjoys gardening and bicycling when the weather is nice, and crochet, reading, and watching movies when it isn’t. Her favorites include sci-fi, history, and mysteries. She and her husband share their home with two cats and a rabbit.
Amy has enjoyed her career as an audiologist for 20 years; 6 of those have been at Tri-City Audiology. She is a very knowledgeable, compassionate audiologist and loves helping people hear better. She is a North Carolina native and graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro where she met and married Allen Rohe. Shortly after graduation from their master’s program, they married in Maui, Hawaii and enjoyed living and working in historic Charleston, SC for many years. A job change resulted in a move to California, where they lived for several years before finally settling here in AZ after the birth of their first child.
Kimberly is originally from America’s Mardi Gras city, New Orleans. She has been practicing audiology since 1996, when she moved to Arizona. In 2005 she received her Doctor of Audiology from the Arizona School of Health Sciences. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of New Orleans and earned her Master’s in Communications Disorders from Louisiana State University Medical Center. She is licensed by the State of Arizona, clinically certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), and is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. Kim’s interest in technology was enhanced by her work as an electrician in the Louisiana Air National Guard for six years.
Throughout her audiology career, she has acquired extensive clinical training in advanced diagnostic hearing assessment and rehabilitation using the most innovative hearing technologies availablein the treatment of auditory disorders and hearing loss. As an audiologist, she is able to utilize her psychology background to identify the special needs of patients and her technical skills to enhance their lives through hearing aid technology.
Kim lives in Gilbert with her husband and three children, and their dog Shadow.
Dr. Doyle is a native Arizonan and grew up in the East Valley. She attended Xavier College Preparatory and earned a full scholarship to Arizona State University (ASU) as a National Merit Scholar. She began her graduate studies in the Ph.D. program at ASU, specifically in the Psychoacoustics Lab investigating the combined benefit of electric-acoustic stimulation in simulations of cochlear-implant listening using normal-hearing individuals. After two exciting years in research, and several publications, Dr. Doyle decided to focus her interests on the clinical side of Audiology. She completed her Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) degree in 2011 after a 4th-year residency at the Phoenix VA Medical Center. After a few years at Banner Baywood dealing with the vestibular side of Audiology, Dr. Doyle is very happy to be back working with hearing aids and other assistive technology at Tri-City Audiology in Chandler. She is licensed by the State of Arizona, is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology (AAA), and is clinically certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
Dr. Doyle currently resides in Phoenix with her husband and two young sons. She enjoys camping, hiking, reading and baking.