ChEARS Hearing Center of California

619-810-1204

3590 Camino Del Rio North, #201 San Diego, CA 92108

Experts You Can Trust & A Difference you can Hear!

Our Hearing Professionals

ChEARS Hearing Center was voted San Diego’s Best Top 10 Finalists under Audiologist in the Union-Tribune Readers Poll. We invite you to contact us so that you can become one of our many satisfied patients and start hearing what you’ve been missing.

Robert A. Faillace, Au.D.

Robert A. Faillace, Au.D.
Doctor of Audiology / Director of Hearing Health Care Services

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(619) 810-1204

Dr. Robert A. Faillace is an Audiologist who holds a doctorate degree in Audiology and has been providing hearing services in the San Diego area for 21 years. He is a member of the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA), a Fellow in the American Academy of Audiology (AAA) and an adjunct professor at San Diego State University.

He is dedicated to the profession as evidenced by the care he takes with every patient as well as the many lectures and community services he provides for the hard of hearing in San Diego. His philosophy is that rehabilitation of hearing loss goes much further then the fitting of hearing aids. He firmly believes that hearing rehabilitation requires medical management, extensive patient education and counseling.

When working with Dr. Faillace in his practice, it quickly becomes apparent that he believes strongly in this philosophy and lives by it in his day to day operations. The patient's hearing health care and services they receive are his number one priority!

Lucia Kearney, Au.D. CCC-A, FAAA

Lucia Kearney, Au.D. CCC-A, FAAA
Audiologist

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Dr. Lucia Kearney has been a part of the ChEARS Hearing Center team since 2013. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences from San Diego State University, and was awarded her Doctor of Audiology degree from the Joint Doctoral Program of Audiology at San Diego State University and the University of California San Diego. Her doctoral research focused on the impact of hearing loss on communicative stress, and she is a co-author of an article on this topic that was published in the American Journal of Audiology.

She completed her clinical externship experience at Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego where she specialized in pediatric diagnostic testing, hearing aid programming and management, implantable bone conduction devices, and cochlear implant mapping.

She holds a certificate of clinical competence in audiology (CCC-A) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. 

A native of Argentina, Dr. Kearney is fluent in Spanish and loves working with people of all ages and backgrounds. She emphasizes the importance of healthy hearing for brain development and plasticity in children as well as adults, and therefore stresses timely intervention with a potential hearing disorder. Dr. Kearney believes in a family-centered approach to hearing healthcare and invites family members to participate in the process of hearing rehabilitation.

Nick Faillace

Nick Faillace
Audiology Aide

Nick attended the University of Colorado at Boulder to receive a Bachelor of Arts Degree in speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences before returning to his hometown of San Diego, where he now attends the joint Doctoral Program for Audiology at San Diego State University and University of California San Diego.

He works in the audiology clinic at San Diego State University as a graduate assistant when he is not in class or working for us as our audiology aide.  In our office, he specializes in hearing aid orientation, connectivity, and troubleshooting.  Nick continues to hone his skills in audiology each day in hopes of pursuing his passion of helping others

Jocelyn Yang

Jocelyn Yang
Audiology Aide

Jocelyn has been a part of the ChEARS Hearing Center team since 2018 as an audiology aide. She holds her Bachelor of Science degree in Cognitive Neuroscience with minors in Biology and Chemistry from University of California, San Diego. She is currently a doctoral student of Audiology in the Joint Doctoral Program of Audiology at San Diego State University and University of California, San Diego.

In the program, she works as both a student clinician and a research assistant. At ChEARS, she specializes in hearing aid troubleshooting, hearing aid orientations, insurance verification and front office assistant. Jocelyn loves learning in the field of audiology and will continue to assist patients with their hearing health care.

Jan Kinslow

Jan Kinslow
Patient Care Coordinator

A Native San Diegan, Jan’s adult life began with the decision to stay home to raise her two boys.  During this time, she was actively involved with community and international non-profit organizations. Jan held volunteer positions with both school and youth sport programs.  She received the “Servant’s Heart Award” from one organization for her work over several spring breaks, supporting high school and college students build housing for the needy in Mexico.  In 2000, Jan and her husband founded and began operating a non-profit community facility supporting local children at Casey’s Place. Their support included daily before and after school programs, summer camps, and general support for other youth organizations. In 2008, Jan and her husband were awarded the “10 News Leadership Award”.  Prior to joining ChEARS, Jan worked for 7 years for an Acupuncture and Chiropractic Clinic as the Patient Care Coordinator managing all the needs of the patients and the office.  She enjoys serving the patients and building relationships with them. Jan currently spends her time supporting her family, friends, and the patients at ChEARS!