Walter Cox has been working with the hearing impaired for over 30 years. He is one of the few people in the state that is licensed both as a clinical audiologist and as a board certified hearing instrument specialist. He is extremely qualified to deal with all aspects of hearing loss and help each individual reach their maximum potential for good hearing. Below are some of his qualifications and accomplishments.
- Clinical Audiologist, Board Certified by ASHA
- Hearing Instrument Specialist, Board Certified by IHIS
- Past President of the Utah State Licensure Board
- 10 years on the executive board for Utah Speech & Hearing Association
- 10 years on the Utah State Licensure Board for Hearing Instrument Specialists
- Past President of the Montana Speech and Hearing Association
Dr. Enoch Cox is passionate about hearing. He has been working with hearing aids since he was 14 years old. While working on his degree, Enoch suffered a virus attack on his hearing nerve causing significant hearing loss (fortunately, it was temporary). This has given him better insight as to how hearing loss affects individuals. Enoch is the Director of Hearing Healthcare for My Hearing Centers. He has served on the Utah State Advisory Board for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Enoch has served on the Utah Speech Language Hearing Association Board for over 5 years. He has 3 wonderful kids and a fantastic wife. He also loves trying new and weird foods.
Mattie has been “working” in the hearing industry since she was born. Her mom, Paula, brought her to the office where she spent her days in an infant swing while Lesa and Paula took turns taking care of her between patients. She is now working as our Director of Hearing Health Care/Hearing Instrument Specialist. Mattie has always loved our patients and understands the ins and outs of hearing aids and the needs of those who wear them. When Mattie is not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and loved ones, traveling, photography, music and anything to do with computers.
Brandi Holt grew up in Northern California where she enjoyed visiting the beach and Redwood National Park. In 2016, Brandi moved to Salt Lake City to pursue a Doctorate of Audiology degree from the University of Utah. Initially, her plan was to finish school and return home but she quickly fell in love with Salt Lake City and the mountains. She loves working with her patients to boost their quality of their lives. When she is not working, Brandi enjoys taking her dog on hiking adventures in the beautiful Utah Mountains.
Lesa is the Office Manager here at My Hearing Centers in Murray Utah. She has worked in the hearing aid industry since 1987. Lesa is a highly-trained hearing aid service technician. She is the one who keeps everything running smoothly; scheduling, billing, insurance, hearing aid service appointments, hearing test appointments and the list goes on. Lesa is hearing impaired herself so she understands the special problems associated with that disability and the importance of finding the “right” hearing aid and keeping it in peak working condition. When she’s not taking care of the office she likes to read, garden, go for walks, camp, listen to the oldies and watch scary movies. Lesa married her high school sweetheart, Dave. She has two sons that she is very proud of, six grandchildren and Oz the grandpa dog.
Luana joined Dr. Cox’s staff as receptionist in 2012. She became the Patient Care Coordinator for My Hearing Centers Murray office in May 2017. She enjoys interacting with our patients – they are the best. She discovered her hearing loss while working here and can empathize with our newly diagnosed patients. Luana says she absolutely loves her job and coworkers and wouldn’t want to work anywhere else. She is mother to 5 wonderful children (and 5 amazing children-in-law) and the proud grandmother of 13 beautiful grandchildren. At home she enjoys playing the piano, crocheting, reading, and found she loves zip-lining!