At Dr. Rodriguez Audiology & Hearing Center, we’re dedicated to providing patient-driven and compassionate service. Whether it’s a general hearing test or a hearing aid fitting, we’ll apply our knowledge and expertise to find an appropriate solution for your hearing difficulties.
Meet Our Team!
Angelica Rodriguez, Au. D./Doctor of Audiology/Owner
“I decided to become an audiologist because of my own journey. I want to help people know that despite their hearing difficulties, they can still have the opportunity to live life to it’s fullest.. I want to be able to help people on their road to better hearing.”
Dr. Angelica Rodriguez earned her doctorate in audiology from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center after graduating Cum Laude in 2007 with a Bachelor’s degree in communication disorders.
Born and raised in Roswell, Dr. Rodriguez returned to her hometown to help the community improve their hearing. She is currently a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology (AAA). Dr. Rodriguez and her husband have three “four-legged” children: a Siberian Husky named Aiyana, a Chi-Poo named Shelby and a Husky/German Shepherd mix, Lily.
Dr. Rodriguez was diagnosed with progressive hearing loss as a child and currently wears amplification. This experience allows her to form a more personal connection with her patients who are suffering from hearing loss. Dr. Rodriguez strives to turn a potentially negative situation into a positive one.
Kambra Corbin, Au.D./Doctor of Audiology
“Hearing loss can cause people to isolate themselves, and I want to help prevent this from happening.”
Dr. Kambra Corbin was born in Roswell but moved to Wichita, KS when she was 10 years old and remained there through college. She graduated from Wichita State University with her bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2013, and with her doctorate in Audiology in 2016. Dr. Corbin returned to Roswell right after graduation to accept a position as an audiologist at Dr. Rodriguez Audiology and Hearing Center. She is currently a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology.
Dr. Corbin made the decision to pursue a career as an audiologist because she wanted to help those with hearing difficulties, so that they can better understand others around them.