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Patient Resources


Make An Appointment With Us

Request an appointment online or call one of our offices throughout the Greater Boston area that offer hearing care services:

Main Campus
617-573-3266
Medford
781-874-1965
Concord
978-369-8780
Newton-Wellesley
617-630-1699
East Bridgewater
508-350-2800
Stoneham
781-279-0971
Longwood
617-936-6160 
Wellesley
617-807-7707




Preparing For Your First Visit

Please bring any relevant records you already have such as hearing tests or speech-language evaluations. For cochlear implant users, you can ask the clinic you’re coming from to email the programs from their clinic. Having this information will save time and help our audiologists make a more informed diagnosis and give you better care.



Have You Heard? Seminar

To help you learn more about hearing loss, we host annual seminars on the topic, which are designed to help you preserve your senses and live a healthier life. Learn more about our 2018 Have You Heard? event.



Tinnitus Seminar

At this seminar, we talked all things tinnitus, or "ringing of the ears." Physical therapists, chiropractors, audiologists, sleep specialists, dentists, and mental health workers were all in attendance to answer frequently asked questions about this condition. View videos from our 2017 Tinnitus Seminar.



Referral Forms for Physicians

Printable Referral Form for Audiology



Helpful Links

Information about hearing loss in children
10 signs that your child may have a hearing loss
Boystown National Research Hospital
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Healthy Hearing

Organizations mostly for people (or families of people) with hearing loss
Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
American Society for Deaf Children
Association of Late-Deafened Adults
Hearing Loss Association of America
Hearing Rehabilitation Foundation
Mass. Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
National Association for the Deaf 

Organizations mostly for hearing loss research
Healthy Hearing Foundation
National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders

Organizations mostly for hearing loss professionals
American Academy of Audiology
American Doctors of Audiology
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Massachusetts Academy of Audiology
Massachusetts Speech-Language Hearing Association

Organizations about noise protection
National Hearing Conservation Association 

Local professional educational programs
Harvard-MIT Program in Speech and Hearing Bioscience and Technology (SHBT)




Places To Stay/Hotels

For patients who wish to stay near the hospital, we have a compiled a list of nearby hotels with price and contact information.