Audiology Providers

Dr. Gregory Borgmeyer

Gregory Borgmeyer, AuD, CCC-A, CPS/A

Lead Audiologist

Lead audiologist Gregory Borgmeyer is passionate about helping people understand how to preserve their hearing, so that they can enjoy all their favorite sounds for their whole lives. For those patients struggling with hearing loss, Borgmeyer believes compassionate care includes listening to patients, answering all their questions, explaining complicated procedures and understanding the difficulties they encounter with their hearing disability.

Dr. Borgmeyer earned his doctorate degree in audiology at A.T. Still University Arizona School of Health Sciences. His areas of special focus include industrial audiology, diagnostic testing, infant hearing screenings and vestibular assessments.

When he’s not at work, Dr. Borgmeyer enjoys tending his yard and rose garden and spending time with his wife and teenage boys. He also enjoys singing, participating in his church’s music choirs and formerly in a men’s quartet.

Nancy Bowen-Hicks, AuD, CCC-ANancy Bowen-Hicks, AuD, CCC-A

Nancy Bowen-Hicks’ specialties lie in the areas of clinic development and diagnostic audiology evaluation of all ages. She completed her Doctor of Audiology degree through the University of Florida.

She has a passion for assisting people cope for assisting people cope with very bothersome — and sometimes debilitating — tinnitus using sound therapy and behavioral strategies, rather than device-driven methods. This led Dr. Bowen-Hicks to create this type of tinnitus management program for the Portland community — the first of its kind outside of the Veterans Affairs Health Care. She is also a Certificate Holder – Tinnitus Management.

Dr. Bowen-Hicks also co-founded Audiology Clinic Inc. in Vancouver, Washington, in 1982 — one of the first private audiology practices in the state. She served as both a clinician and clinic administrator there until 2012. She also provided audiology services at the Washington State School for the Blind for 26 years.

Dr. Erika Jones

Erika Devlin, AuD, CCC-A

Erika Devlin’s goal is for each patient and family she works to feel comfortable in the clinic by reducing fears and listening to concerns. She prioritizes respect, compassion and empathy in working with patients to provide meaningful hearing health care.

Dr. Devlin earned a doctoral degree in Audiology from A.T. Still University of Health Sciences in Mesa, Arizona. She is a member of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association and the Oregon Academy of Audiology. She is experienced in industrial audiology, hearing conservation, diagnostic audiology, infant hearing screenings and vestibular assessments.

When she is not at work, Dr. Devlin enjoys boating, tropical vacations, working out and spending time with her husband, daughters, extended family and friends.

Nancy Bowen-Hicks, AuD, CCC-AMichelle Ziegler, AuD

Dr. Ziegler began her Audiology career here at Adventist Medical Center in 1991 and started the Industrial Hearing Screening service with the first mobile on-site hearing screening services available in 1998. She obtained her Doctorate in Audiology in 2006. She is licensed as an Audiologist in Oregon and is a member of the American Academy of Audiology and the Oregon Academy of Audiology. She brings a wealth of expertise from her many years of providing Hearing Conservation services.

Michelle Ziegler, AuD, CCC-A

Michelle’s specialties lie in the areas of diagnostic audiology evaluation, hearing loss prevention and hearing aid fittings. She completed her Doctor of Audiology degree through the Arizona School of Health Sciences. She appreciates the opportunity to help people prevent further hearing loss as well as helping patients communicate better with hearing aids. She treats everyone with dignity and compassion. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and gardening.