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About Us

Our audiologists and staff are committed to providing personalized and caring services for the prevention, identification and rehabilitation of hearing loss. They always take the time to explain the patient's hearing loss and treatment options, along with discussing any concerns or answering questions the patient may have. Every hearing evaluation is specific to each individual patient's hearing loss, lifestyle and needs. This is why Advanced Hearing Center offers a wide variety of hearing instruments from different manufacturers to insure each patient receives the very best option for their hearing treatment.

Our sound suite is a double wall booth, which allows for the most accurate test results. The latest technology is used for all hearing evaluations and hearing aid fittings. Our Video Otoscope System allows the audiologist and patient to view a live color image of the ear canal and eardrum.

At Advanced Hearing Center, we care for the whole person, not just the ear. We believe a hearing patient is a happy patient.

What is an audiologist?

In the past, audiologists were able to practice by holding a master's degree and appropriate state licensing. However, starting in 2007, all newly graduating audiologists must hold a doctoral degree (Au.D. or Ph.D.) in audiology from an accredited university plus appropriate state licensing in order to practice. All audiologists who were already licensed in the U.S., were grandfathered in and are not required to obtain their doctorate in audiology. Most audiologists are either certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) or American Academy of Audiology (AAA).

What is a hearing instrument specialist?

A hearing instrument specialist (HIS) is a hearing healthcare professional who has obtained their training under the direct supervision of a licensed and practicing audiologist or hearing instrument specialist who has passed the state board written and practical examinations.

Sign Language Interpretation

Communication between the audiologist with deaf patients by means of American Sign Language (ASL).


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