“A Day in The Life of Dr. Gregory Frazer” Captured on Instagram

A Day in the Life of Dr. Greg

“A Day in The Life of Dr. Gregory Frazer” Captured on Instagram

by | Nov 19, 2020 | Behind The White Coat, Patient Resources

We recently had some fun, as my daughter got involved to create a story on Instagram that documented a “Day in the Life of Dr. Frazer”

The video has since been uploaded to YouTube and is a featured story on our Instagram.

It starts by capturing my early wake-up of 4.30am, and then every step of my day from stopping to get a bagel on my way to work, to helping patients, to calling my wife on my way home while stuck in traffic.


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Gregory Frazer, PhD, AuD, CCC-A, ABA, NBC-HIS

Adjunct Professor UCSD/San Diego State U Audiology Program Adjunct Professor University of Pacific Audiology Program Adjunct Professor AT Still University Audiology Program Adjunct Professor Pacific University Audiology Program Dr. Gregory Frazer entered private practice Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensing in 1982. For 14 years he owned and operated Hearing Care Associates, which had 23 offices and was one of the largest audiology private practices in the U.S. Dr. Frazer is a well-known clinician and teacher and was the first audiologist to obtain dual doctorates in Audiology, both a PhD. in Audiology as well as the new Clinical Doctorate of Audiology, the AuD. He is Board Certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, American Academy of Audiology, and the National Certification in Hearing Instrument Sciences. Dr. Frazer specializes in the evaluation and treatment of vertigo, dizziness, and hearing and balance disorders. Dr. Frazer is experienced in working with infants, children, and adults. He is semi-fluent in Spanish and Sign Language.

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