It’s simple: we want you to hear better. Keeping your hearing healthy allows you to stay engaged in your daily life, making things like conversations and outings easy to enjoy. It's an essential part of life, one that not only has an impact on you, but can also affect those around you. When there is a change in your hearing or the hearing of a loved one, it is our job to partner with you to find the right solution.
To do our job, first we will listen to your unique situation and needs. Only then can our audiologists and other clinical colleagues determine the right diagnosis and recommend the right rehabilitative and support services. Together, we can feel confident in the best personalized course of action.
We use state-of-the-art tools and offer the full range of hearing devices. From our experience, we have selected the top brands of consumer hearing products (hearables), non-surgical medical devices (hearing aids), and surgical medical devices (bone anchored and cochlear/brainstem implants)—and will help you determine which will work best for you. It is our goal to help you remain connected to the people you love.
In order to help us serve you, please feel free to try these two resources:
- The CEDRA questionnaire was developed by Northwestern University. It was designed to help adults decide if they need to see a physician through a series of questions about their hearing. Our Audiology Department is tightly integrated into our Otology Department. If the results of the CEDRA indicate that your hearing loss could be caused by something that requires medical attention, our physicians are available to see you.
- hearWHO is a free self-hearing test app you can download (iOS and Android) released by the World Health Organization. It was designed to help you keep track of your hearing over time and let you know if you should see an audiologist for diagnostic testing using calibrated equipment in a sound-treated room.
If you have any questions or concerns about your hearing, no matter your scores, you should contact a hearing doctor (physician or audiologist).
Learn more about the diagnostic, rehabilitative, and support services we offer.
Learn more about the different hearing devices we provide.
Find useful information from our patient guide to a list of our locations.
Learn more about our team of audiologists and speech pathologists.