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New Provider Update

Priority Hearing & Tinnitus is happy to announce a change in our provider team!

Many existing patients already know Elizabeth Diamond, who has been with us as an extern for the last year, and an ASU intern before that. As of May 2020 she is now Dr. Diamond, and will be transitioning into her new role at Priority Hearing & Tinnitus as our newest full time clinician.

To replace Elizabeth as our resident extern we are excited to announce Amanda Stone. Amanda is joining us from the University of Northern Colorado where she has been attending graduate school for the last 3 years. No stranger to Arizona, Amanda completed her undergraduate career at Arizona State University and she is excited to be back in the valley!

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