Our Hearing Professionals
Kristen Rubin, Au.D.
Dr. Kristen Rubin, along with her husband Scott Rubin, is the owner of Keystone Audiology. She is also the lead Audiologist of our group, and was drawn to the field of Audiology because it gave her the ability to greatly improve a patient’s quality of life. She enjoys getting to know her patients and their families, and helping them to break down the communication barriers that hearing loss can cause. She is also the lead educational audiologist at Keystone, and spends some of her days out at different school districts working with students who are hearing impaired.
She grew up in Warwick, Rhode Island and received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication Disorders from the University of Connecticut. She received her Doctorate in Audiology from Salus University in Pennsylvania, where she lived and worked for several years in Philadelphia before returning to the Ocean State to continue her career in 2015.
Dr. Rubin has extensive clinical experience with the newest technology, and prides herself on continuing her education and attending several training classes throughout the year to keep up with industry updates. Dr. Rubin holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence with the American Speech and Hearing Association, is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology, and is licensed as an Audiologist by the Rhode Island Department of Health.
When outside of the office, Dr. Rubin enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, and cooking. She and her husband have one son born in 2017 and look forward to growing their family. She is also an avid sports fan and particularly enjoys watching college basketball. She is happy to be back in Rhode Island to enjoy our beautiful summer and fall weather outdoors.
Margo Belisle, Au.D.
Dr. Belisle joined the Keystone Audiology team in 2019 after completing her year long externship at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. She obtained her Doctorate of Audiology from Washington University in St. Louis and her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of New Hampshire. Dr. Belisle has been a hearing aid user since childhood and finds fulfillment in helping adults and children mange their hearing loss.
In addition to Rhode Island, Dr. Belisle has had the opportunity to live in states all across the country including California, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Massachusetts, Missouri, and Illinois. She enjoys creating all kinds of art including painting, drawing, and ceramics, cooking, rock climbing, and adventuring to new places near and far.
Dr. Belisle sees patients in the office as well as managing the educational audiology aspect of the practice. This involves traveling to schools throughout Rhode Island and Southern Massachusetts to care for students with hearing loss and auditory processing disorders.
Patient Care Coordinator
Pamela Weeden joined Audiology Rehabilitation in January of 2016. She has over seven years of experience in the medical field and has a passion for helping patients and families get the most from their healthcare. Before moving to the medical field, Pamela worked in childcare for over ten years, and as a homemaker raising her children and caring for her grandparents.
Pamela is a graduate of Pilgrim High School and CCRI, and is proud to have lived in Warwick, Rhode Island her entire life. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, gardening, photography, and spending time with her husband and two children.
Scott Rubin manages operations within the office and oversees most of the day to day administrative tasks. He also performs minor repairs and adjustments to hearing aids. Originally from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, he graduated from Penn State University with a degree in finance, and earned a Masters of Business Administration degree at Providence College. Scott spent several years living in Philadelphia working in the financial services industry before continuing his career in Rhode Island. Scott has been with Keystone Audiology since 2016.
When outside of the office, Scott maintains an active lifestyle by playing golf, running, and playing ice hockey. He also enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends.
A Note from Dr. Healey
At this time, I am officially announcing my retirement effective July 1, 2017. Throughout my career, I've had the opportunity to provide a wide range of diagnostic and rehabilitative services for individuals with hearing loss as well as audiological educational management for school districts throughout Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
When planning my retirement, my objectives have been to ensure each client is well cared for and that there is minimal disruption of services. I am pleased to say that the practice has transitioned beautifully to the very capable and caring management of Dr. Rubin.
Thank you for the many years of your friendship and patronage. I look forward to the next chapter in my life.