Bellingham Hearing Aid Center

Hearing Northwest

(360) 226-5607
1470 Ellis St., Bellingham, WA 98225
Location Details

Office Hours

  • Monday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Thursday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Friday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed

Our Office

We are located on the corner of Gladstone St and Ellis St. Scheduling is easy, simply call or go online to reserve your appointment.

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Meet the Staff

Tracey Demmon, AUD, F-AAA

Tracey Demmon, AUD, F-AAA

Doctor of Audiology

Dr Demmon was born and raised in Vancouver BC and moved to Bellingham in 1993. In 1998 she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Western Washington University. In 2001 she completed her Master of Arts degree in Audiology, also from Western Washington University. In 2009 she graduated with Honors and received her Doctor of Audiology degree from the AT Still University in Mesa, Arizona.

Dr. Demmon is a licensed Audiologist in Washington State and has earned her Certification of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association. She maintains affiliations with Washington State hearing Aid Society, Washington Speech and Hearing Association, Hearing loss Association of Washington. as well as the American Academy of Audiology, American Tinnitus Association, and the Academy of Doctors of Audiology. She continues her post graduate courses on a monthly basis to stay abreast of the current trends in audiology as well as the latest techniques and devices available.

Current areas of expertise include hearing aids (fittings, candidacy, evaluations, and follow up), aural rehabilitation (psychosocial issues regarding hearing loss and adjustment for families), tinnitus (auditory sounds in the head), hearing conservation (protection of hearing), and assistive listening devices (telephones, alerting devices and FM systems). She continues her pursuit of excellence with regular training and classes and looks forward to being able to help those with hearing health difficulties.

Grace Tollefson

Grace Tollefson

Audio Tech

Grace was raised in Everett, Washington with her family and two pets. She graduated high school and obtained her AA in Arts and Sciences in 2020, then moved to Bellingham the same year to pursue her undergraduate degree at Western Washington University. She was first interested in Speech Pathology, but when she took a class on Audiometric Testing, she was sold on working towards her audiology degree. Grace graduated with her BA in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2022 and decided to take a break from schooling to gain experience in the field, especially with attending Western during Covid and having limited access to the on-campus clinic.

She applied to work at Hearing Northwest in late fall of 2022 and was hired on in the PSC position. She has since moved up to the Audio Technician position and absolutely loves it. She delights in working with patients and learning about their lives while gaining hands-on knowledge in the field of audiology.

Outside of work, she loves to read, crochet, travel, nanny and spend time with her friends and family in her church community. She is currently learning ASL and stepping into the process of getting her HIS license.

Julie Webber, PSC

Julie Webber, PSC

Patient Services Coordinator

Julie grew up in Bellingham, Washington and attended both Bellingham and Sehome High Schools. She graduated from Whatcom Community College with an Associates in Arts & Sciences in 1993. She then began working in the Insurance industry as a data processor and back up receptionist. When her son, Riad, was born in 1997 she became a stay-at-home Mom. After her daughter, Rima, was born in 1999, her family moved to Camarillo, California where she raised both her kids and became an avid volunteer for their school.

When Julie moved back to Bellingham in 2010, she became a substitute Paraprofessional for the Mount Baker School District, Meridian School District and Bellingham School District and found she had a gift for serving individuals with various developmental disabilities. She was quickly hired as a permanent Life Skills Paraprofessional at the High School level. After one year at Sehome, she, two other Para’s and one teacher and took on the task of establishing a Life Skills program at Squalicum High School. In 2021, she made the move to supporting individuals with disabilities as an Employment Consultant for a non-profit. In 2023 she decided to pivot in a new direction and interviewed for the PSC position at Hearing Northwest where she has enjoyed working since June.

In her free time, Julie enjoys spending time with her husband, Steve, with family and friends, being an at home gourmet chef, and playing with her two tuxedo cats.