Rachel Sours, HAS
Hearing Aid Specialist
Rachel Sours started her journey with Willoughby Hearing in 2006. She is passionate about patients feeling comfortable and confident over the course of their care, and is committed to the custom process each patient’s hearing loss deserves and needs.
She is a mother to three kids, married to a veteran and musician and has four beagles. She loves the Pacific Northwest and the art it provides so much that she has painted artwork of local landmarks for her own home. She loves getting to serve in and outside of work and applying the principal of paying it forward. Rachel is intimately affected with hearing loss in her family where four of her family members are also patients under her care. Here in North Plains, you are family.
Patient Services Coordinator
I am thrilled to be entering the workforce after 19 years and to be a part of the All American Hearing team. I started my career in retail and during that time acquired my degree in Accounting. I have been married for over 25 years. At the time that my husband was finishing graduate school, we decided to start a family. We have three beautiful children. I love nurturing my family and the responsibilities of being a homeowner. I have spent innumerable hours volunteering in our schools and the community. I am not the best conversationalist, but I truly care for people and enjoy listening to what they have to say and their experiences. I have a profound hearing loss and have worn hearing aids for over 12 years. I consider this an asset toward our patients in that I may better understand their experience and assist them on their journey to better hearing.
Thomas Tran, HIS-T
Hearing Instrument Specialist Trainee
After graduating from Portland State University, I spent a few years as an English teacher in Vietnam where I also shadowed at a hearing clinic. There, I saw firsthand how much a patient’s life can improve with even a little bit of help with their hearing. Now that I am back in the US, I want to continue my journey in taking care of people’s hearing health.
I was born and raised here in the Pacific Northwest and have the caffeine content in me to prove it. I like doing volunteer work, taking trips to the coast, and rewatching the 2013 NFC championship.
Nice staff and gave very detailed information about my hearing situation. A lot more explanation than my ENT doctor gave me! I would highly recommend.Carolyn Mayer, on Google
Very personable staff and my hearing aids are kept in good condition. I am always interested in what is new on the horizon and they always know what’s coming.Vickie Williams, on Google
It doesn’t matter whether I’m going in for a hearing evaluation or just dropping something off, I always get the same warm greeting and great service.Bill Guthrie, on Google
I recently went in for a hearing check. They were kind and thorough and didn't try to sell me anything as I didn't need it. I highly recommend them.Cindy Gritton, on Google
My experiences are always great here. The staff is super and so upbeat and professional. She explains everything and covers all my questions. Of course, I love my hearing aids, the Audibel in canal. I do recommend this place to my friends. I am 100 percent satisfied with the entire...Susan Marshall, on Google