Dr. Candy McGinniscandy-photo

Audiologist

Dr. Candy McGinnis has been practicing Audiology since 1993. She has both a Bachelor of Science Degree and a Masters Degree in Audiology from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point as well as a Doctoral Degree in Audiology from the Arizona School of Health Sciences. One of the major influences in her life is her father, a small business owner in the Milwaukee Area. As the Team Lead at Fox Valley Hearing Center, she hopes to provide each patient with the customized care needed to improve their lives through better communication with family and friends.

Dr. Melissa Dintelman juliette-photo

Audiologist

Dr. Melissa Dintelman was born and raised in the Fox Valley. She is a hometown girl who is excited to be back to her roots in the Fox Cities as well as be by her family again. She has her Doctorate in Audiology and practiced in the West Bend area from 2000 to 5/2014. Dr. Melissa’s patients particularly enjoy her patience and counseling as they adjust to hearing again with new hearing devices. She enjoys guiding her patients and families through communication strategies to help them hear again and live more complete, enriched lives. Dr. Melissa is married and has twin sons.

Nicole GreenNicole

Front Office Staff
I joined the Fox Valley Hearing Center team in February 2013. I split my time between the Oshkosh and the Neenah locations so at either office you will find me at the front desk. One of my favorite things about my job has been meeting and getting to know our patients and I look forward to meeting many more. I am an Oshkosh native and I graduated from UWO in May of 2012 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. In my free time I enjoy bike riding, camping, cooking and taking photographs.

Janet SchroederJanet_Schroeder

Audiology Assistant
I started at Fox Valley Hearing Center in January of 2011. I am now the Audiology Assistant, having passed my state exam for my Hearing Instrument Specialist license in January 2016. I still do a variety of things in the office: I’m at the front desk twice a week, teaching the HAT (Hearing Aid Training) class and if you walk in with a difficulty, I’ll most likely be the person you see! Outside of the office, I like spending time with my family, camping, snowmobiling, hiking, volunteering and reading.