Our Hearing Professionals
Peter Lee, BC-HIS | Hearing Instrument Specialist
Peter Lee is a Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist and founder of Professional Hearing Healthcare Associates. Peter has over 20 years of experience in testing, diagnosing, and rehabilitating hearing loss.
Peter holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Tufts University and an MBA from Boston University. Combining these two disciplines gives him a rare level of insight and experience in evaluating, diagnosing, fitting, and engineering unique solutions to hearing problems.
Peter is a two-term past President of the Massachusetts Hearing Society, an organization dedicated to serving the hearing impaired. He has also served as a Vice President, Secretary, and board member for over 20 years. In recent years, he has testified before the Massachusetts Legislature advocating hearing aid insurance coverage for children and all residents of Massachusetts. He is also a member of the International Hearing Society.
He has been married for over 30 years and has two children. As a longtime resident of Massachusetts, he enjoys following the Patriots, Red Sox, and the Celtics.
Alex Lee, BC-HIS | Hearing Instrument Specialist
Alex is a Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist and has many years of experience wearing hearing aids. He was diagnosed with a hearing loss in the first grade and has a passion for helping others that are hard of hearing. He understands the challenges that people with hearing loss face and is acutely aware of the advantages and limitations of hearing aids. He is continually evaluating the latest improvements in hearing technology.
Alex served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Albania for 27 months. He collaborated with the local municipality and residents to fund and install a community playground. His most fulfilling accomplishments involved leading and organizing environmental protection projects with high school students.
He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Management from Fairfield University. He enjoys playing the guitar, traveling, and trying new foods. He has a mild, flat hearing loss on his left ear and a mild-moderate “cookie-bite” loss on his right ear.