Jenny D. Primm, B.A., H.I.S.
Hearing Instrument Specialist
Jenny Primm has been helping people get the gift of hearing back since 1998. Jenny was born and raised in the state of Washington. As a native of Tacoma, she understands the local lifestyle and environment, and how they relate to the challenges and opportunities for the hearing impaired.
To Jenny, every patient she treats has a unique hearing loss and a story to tell. So she’s committed to learning as much as she can about each of her patients – their personal history, family dynamics, medical history, occupational responsibilities, hobbies and interests, personal values, hearing-related challenges, economic capabilities, and personal needs and wishes.
With extensive training in hearing aid technology offered by all of the big six global manufactures, Jenny has the knowledge to select the technology which best meets each patient’s unique hearing loss needs and financial capabilities.
Jenny has dedicated herself to improving the lives of the hearing impaired, and with today’s technology, the improvement is immediate. Patients who once struggled to hear in a restaurant can now listen with ease and clarity, able to stay in the conversation, connected to friends and family. She loves to see how patients who were once tentative about venturing out, are soon taking advantage of all that Tacoma has to offer.
Phi Huynh is a Hearing Instrument Specialist and our Lab Technician. Phi was born and raised here in Washington. Phi attended Bates Technical College and started working here at All American Hearing in 2020, which was also when he got his start in the hearing industry. He was drawn to the profession because of his interest in the emerging technologies and science that goes into hearing.
What Phi loves most about saving hearing lives is how each patient is an individual, all with their own stories and unique perspectives. He loves engaging with patients and talking them through any problems they may have.
Outside of saving hearing lives, Phi loves hobbies such as baking, martial arts and video editing.
They are very professional take the opportunity to talk to the individual help us to know what we’re doing and what they are doing with our hearing aids and how we can make better use of them their timing is real good as far as scheduling seem to get it...Howard Heck, on Google
Very professional and has services to give a 2nd opinion while you are still in the office. Also would not fit me for a hearing aid until I saw my ENT doctor to make sure everything in my ear was fine. I would recommend them to all.Cindy Ruyter, on Google
The folks at All American Hearing -- and Jenny Primm in particular -- have been knowledgeable, professional, helpful, and kind. My experience in getting new hearing aids has been nothing but positive. I look forward to returning to them.Mark Gravrock, on Google
I went to a competitor and it was my second interaction with a hearing company (just went hard of hearing) that sent me to All American Hearing, I was amazed at the difference in service! It seems there are two hearing specialists at the office. The man and woman team...Gary Aitchison, on Google
Wonderful Place. I needed hearing aids and was sent to All American Hearing by the VA. The staff (Penny) was so awesome. She conducted several tests to determine my level of hearing loss then made recommendations as to what I would need. She was patient with all of my questions...Karyn Board, on Google