The staff at Elk Grove Hearing Care is absolutely passionate about providing assistance to people with hearing loss in the greater Sacramento area. Using a patient-centered approach with solutions tailored to each unique individual is a priority. Combined with their continued commitment to stay current with all technological advancements in methods of hearing loss treatment and testing, patients can rest assured that they are receiving the highest quality of care and most advanced treatments.
Isaac and Amy grew up next door to one another in the neighboring town of Galt. Having met when they were only seven years old, they spent many summers playing “pickle” and swimming in the backyard pool. As Isaac attended Galt High School while Amy attended Christian Brothers High School in Sacramento they drifted apart. After high school Isaac spent time in military service while Amy moved to Utah to work on her doctoral degree. In 2008 they were reunited at a family party on the same street they had spent playing on together as children. They now reside with their two boys in Elk Grove.
Amy White, Au.D., CCC-A, FAAA
Owner, Dispensing Audiologist (AU2591)
Amy earned her Bachelor’s of Science Degree at California State University Sacramento, where she majored in Speech Pathology and Audiology. She then earned her doctoral degree in Audiology from Utah State University in Logan, UT. Amy completed her externship year and was first employed at the California Ear Institute (CEI) in Palo Alto, CA where she performed diagnostic hearing testing on adults and pediatrics, electrophysiologic testing, cochlear implant mapping, hearing aid services, tinnitus evaluations and vestibular testing. While she greatly enjoyed all the experience gained at CEI, she wanted to move back near her hometown of Galt. She was the Director of the University of the Pacific Hearing & Balance Center in Stockton, CA from 2010 to 2015, where she provided comprehensive diagnostic and hearing device services to the local community. She is a Fellow of both the American Academy of Audiology and a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Dr. White also serves on the Board of Directors for the California Academy of Audiology.
Isaac White spent the six years after graduating high school in the National Guard as a helicopter mechanic where he lead teams in major aircraft overhaul and scheduled maintenance. After leaving the service as a Sergeant, he worked as a carpenter for the next seven years for companies such as Teichart and Advantage Building Contractors, where he became a foreman. While working as a foreman, he attended U.C. Davis and earned his Construction Management Certificate. After working in construction, Isaac decided it was time to switch fields to something more rewarding and beneficial to the community. Having experienced his own hearing loss and tinnitus while in the service, as well as helping his father and grandfather through the hearing device process, he became interested in pursuing a career as a hearing healthcare professional. Isaac went back to school and became a licensed hearing aid dispenser in the state of California. After spending some time working for a worldwide company, he decided he could better meet the needs of people in his community by owning his own business where he could then always ensure that the needs of the person with hearing loss were put first.