Rockville, MD Hearing Clinic
Previously: A&A Hearing
For the last 13 years, our Rockville, MD Live Better Hearing office has served the hearing health needs of individuals in Montgomery County. In addition to being the home of our practice, this historic city derived its name from Rock Creek, which offers a regional park with trails and streams.
Located in the Rockville North Bethesda region on northbound MD-355, our office is just south of the White Flint Mall. Located in a set of professional buildings, our office is in the taller of the two in suite 210. We strive to provide the complete patient experience, which is why we have convenient parking in front of the building or in the back. The rear parking lot also offers a second entrance into our building. You can visit our team five days a week – from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Our Hearing Care Providers
Dr. Breanna Collins
Breanna Collins, Au.D. is clinical specialist in hearing aids, advanced hearing testing as well as advanced balance testing and rotary chair. Dr. Collins enjoys helping people and developing long term relationships with her patients. She works with patients of all ages, and is up to date on all the latest technology.
Breanna graduated from Towson University with her doctorate in audiology and also Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders.
In her spare time, she enjoys traveling and spending time with her family and friends.
Licenses & Certifications
Alanna Schloss is a 4th-year audiology resident from the University of Maryland. Born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Hearing and Speech Sciences from the University of Maryland in 2017. Alanna enjoys getting to know her patients and loves that audiology allows her to connect with people of all ages. She treasures knowing that by providing personalized hearing healthcare, there is a significant improvement in a patient’s quality of life. Alanna’s capstone project, titled “Role of the Auditory Periphery in Self-Assessment of Hearing Abilities in Younger and Older Adults,” is currently under review to be published in Hearing Research. Additionally, she has presented posters regarding her research at the American Auditory Society and Association for Research in Otolaryngology annual conferences. Her clinical rotations include the Kennedy Krieger Institute, NIH, and Live Better Hearing. In her free time, Alanna likes listening to live music, playing the guitar, and spending time with friends, family, and her dog, Quinn.