Andrew Karau, HIS
Hearing Instrument Specialist
Andy Karau is a hearing care provider for Pickart Hearing Service in Fond du Lac Wisconsin. He lives in Oshkosh with his wife Gina and their 3 children, Andrew, Myles and Laurel. He is a graduate of Winnebago Lutheran Academy here in Fond du Lac and Fox Valley Technical College in Oshkosh. His desire to make a difference in people’s lives has allowed him to help individuals hear better. His passion for this industry stems from relatives and friends who have been directly affected by hearing loss and the impact that it has had on their lives.
Erin Driscoll, PSC
Patient Services Coordinator
Erin was born and raised in the Fond du Lac community. She attended Moraine Park Technical College, and continues to further her education as time allows.
Erin became a Certified Nursing Assistant in 2015 and has worked in medical offices and various customer service positions. She strives to make every patient encounter positive and informational. She understands how important hearing is to stay connected and enjoys being able to grow rapport with patients to provide a better overall experience.
In her free time Erin enjoys outdoor activities, painting, and spending time with friends and family.
My appointment with Andy today went very well. He’s a good listener and very informative regarding the aspects of hearing aids. Friendly and helpful receptionist and great place to do business. I highly recommend Andi at Pickart Hearing Service.Dorothy Hake, on Google
So my visits with Andy at Pickart hearing are always very nice. The reception is area is neat and tidy. Love the peacefulness of the fish tank and the receptionist is always kind. Andy has done a nice job of getting me in the right aides and taking care of...Caroline Anderson, on Google
Extremely caring team and excellent service at every appointment. Highly recommend this team!JL Pethan, on Google
Always ready to make adjustments if needed. And always friendly and answers my questions.Joan D, on Google
My visit to Pickart Hearing was easy. I parked behind the building and the office was the first one to the left. They greeted me by name and I filled out 2small forms. Next the hearing test. Very simple. Push a button when you hear beeps with head phones on....Patricia Traut Jacobson, on Google