What patient care will be provided?

At Hearing Associates, we strive to deliver outstanding value through our custom treatment plans for each patient. Whether it is managing tinnitus symptoms, hearing loss, or balance issues, we will recommend a treatment plan that best fit the lifestyle and needs of the patient. All of our providers are committed to patient satisfaction, continuing education, and exceptional service. This commitment has kept Hearing Associates at the top of our industry since 1987.

What services are currently offered?

Hearing Associates offers complete audiological services, including hearing evaluations, tympanometry, hearing aid assessment, hearing aid fitting, and many other services. We pride ourselves in our program “Your Hearing Journey.”  Throughout these classes, our team will work with patients, and their families, on the implications of hearing loss and how best to communicate. 

What is the difference between an Audiologist and an ENT?

An ear, nose, and throat (ENT) doctor’s main focus is the physical properties of the ear. The ENT can diagnose and offer treatment options such as surgery or medication when appropriate. An Audiologist is a licensed health care professional who diagnoses hearing loss, balance problems and vestibular system conditions of the ear, as well as prevent and manage these conditions. The audiologist can provide the needed information to the ENT that allows them to decide what medical or surgical treatment option may be best. The audiologist is the professional most qualified for assessing, fitting, and following up with the hearing aid candidate.

Will I be given the results for my patient?

Patients of Hearing Associates receive a comprehensive report showing the results and recommendations. We can submit these reports via fax, email, or mail to the referring physicians.

How can I assist my patients at their PCP visits?

By using a Communication Access Plan with your hard of hearing patients, physicians, and their staff will understand the needs of the patient and how to communicate with them at their visit

What insurance do you accept?

Click here to view our complete list of insurances accepted.

What finance options are available?

Hearing Associates has partnered with Wells Fargo for financing options to those individuals who qualify. Click here to learn more.