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Our Team

Cindy Hyman

Cindy Hyman

My name is Cindy Hyman and I am a licensed Audiologist. I am a member of the Maine Academy of Audiology and the Cochlear Implant Provider Network. During my thirty year career, I have formed strong relationships with ENT physicians in the area. I have worked with people of all ages and their families. Hearing loss affects not only the individual but family and work relationships and I am committed to helping my patients hear better so they can participate more fully in all aspects of their lives. I take pride in helping each person on their path to better hearing and I go above and beyond to help my patients hear their very best.

Angela York

Angela York

My name is Angela York and I am a licensed Hearing Healthcare Specialist. I have been working in the hearing industry for 6 years and thoroughly enjoy helping patients with their hearing journey.

I believe in personalized hearing healthcare and catering to the patient’s needs. I value my patients' input and work closely with them to meet their hearing needs. I work at building lasting relationships with my patients.

Holly Thibodeau

Holly Thibodeau

My name is Holly Thibodeau, Owner of Southern Maine Audiology. In the summer of 2014, SMA was born. We are a local, independent, community-oriented practice. We designed a true patient-oriented company with all the assets that only a small, locally-owned company can enjoy (a personalized hearing healthcare approach that provides the very best of hearing care coupled with second-to-none hearing healthcare services). A strong patient-provider relationship based on honesty, integrity, and values is what we strive for, and we feel that this is the best approach to making sure you don’t miss any of the precious moments in your life.

I am so blessed to work with such compassionate, energized, and highly skilled team members who are completely committed to helping you hear better. As a Mainer who lives in the neighboring town, it is so rewarding to serve the community in which I live, especially when I get to witness patients’ smiles or tears of joy as they walk out our door.