Professional Staff

Debra K. Venkatesh : Audiologist

Debra K. Venkatesh


Debbie Venkatesh is a Doctor of Audiology and a former Registered Nurse whose patients range in age from young children to elders. Originally from Michigan, Dr. Venkatesh now lives in Arizona with her husband, with whom she has two grown sons.

Debbie Venkatesh is active in the local community and volunteers for a number of non-profit organizations. Dr. Venkatesh provides educational audiology services for Gilbert Public Schools, as well as hearing aid clinics and aural rehabilitation classes for residents at Friendship Village. Audiology doctoral students from local universities routinely rotate through the Hearing Solutions offices to gain valuable experience. She also volunteers her professional audiological services for Hear to Assist, The Ear Foundation of Arizona and Special Olympics.

Debbie Venkatesh has participated in humanitarian medical missions to Ecuador and Nicaragua through Amigos de Salud, a non-profit foundation. Currently, she organizes and provides audiology services and amplification for children in Matagalpa, Nicaragua where she founded The Children's Hearing Project of Matagalpa.

Scott McGrath : Audiologist

Scott McGrath


Dr. Scott McGrath received his Bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University and his Doctorate of Audiology degree from Arizona State University where he completed his externship here at Hearing Solutions of Arizona. Originally from California, Scott and his wife moved to Arizona in 2015 to begin his graduate degree and are currently enjoying a new stage of life with their two young sons.

Scott is passionate about helping others hear better; whether that be in the clinic or traveling abroad to assist those who do not have access to hearing healthcare. He is active in the local community where he volunteers at Friendship Village, and with the Mesa Baseline Rotary Club with their “Ayudame a Escuchar” (Help me to Hear) humanitarian audiology program dedicated to meeting the hearing needs of children and adults in Guaymas, Mexico and the surrounding areas.