Pamela Shattuck Nelson, Au.D.

Dr. Pamela Shattuck Nelson, a licensed and certified audiologist, is the owner and operator of Quality Hearing and Audiology Center. Dr. Nelson received her undergraduate degree in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology at Texas Christian University. She received her doctorate in Audiology at the University of North Texas. Dr. Nelson completed her externship at Newport-Mesa Balance and Ear Institute in Newport Beach, CA, gaining experience in diagnosing balance and hearing impairments. She then worked at Providence Speech and Hearing Center, closely associated with Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC), as a pediatric audiologist and served on the CHOC craniofacial team. Dr. Nelson also gained audiological experience with Cochlear Americas, the leading cochlear implant and BAHA manufacturer. Pamela served as a product specialist for Resound, an award winning hearing aid manufacturer, for four years. Dr. Nelson was published in the Journal of the Academy of Audiology in 2008 and received the Outstanding Performer of the Year award from ReSound in 2013.

Dr. Nelson is passionate about anything Kansas City Royals. During the summer, you will catch her at many of the home games sporting a Salvador Perez jersey. If she is not at a game, she is at home spending time with her husband and chocolate lab mix breed dog, Mari. She also enjoys serving the St. Joseph community. She is a member of the Chamber of Commerce and Sertoma Club and she donates hearing services to the underserved populations via Help America Hear and Sertoma Club.


Bachelor of Science in Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology
Texas Christian University, Cum-Laude

Doctorate of Audiology
University of North Texas


Newport Mesa Balance and Ear Institute


A meta-analytic comparison of binaural benefits between bilateral cochlear implants and bimodal stimulation. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, October 2007.


2013 Outstanding Performer; Resound
2015, 2016 Resound Customer Appreciation Award for Patient Service