Patient Resources

Everything you need, all in one place.

Office Hours

By Appointment Only

For Your Next Appointment

01.

Confirm Your Appointment

Our office will contact you prior to your appointment to confirm the time and day.

03.

Patient Your Forms

Your patient forms can be downloaded and completed prior to your appointment




02.

ID & Insurance 

We are required to obtain copies of an acceptable form of your insurance card and ID.

04.

Don’t Stress!

 We get to do what we love to do every day.  We promise to make this visit as stress-free as possible.

What to Expect

You might be wondering what’s involved in your visit. During your first visit, the audiologist will begin by asking questions that pertain to your ears and hearing. This is so we can collect as much information about your condition as possible. The audiologist will complete a battery of tests that are designed to tell us how different parts of your ears and hearing are working.

Finally, we explain everything to you because we believe your journey to better hearing should be a partnership with you and your hearing healthcare provider. And we believe that journey should begin by making sure you are well informed about your problem and all possible solutions.

Useful Articles

Hearing Loss After a Stroke

Hearing Loss After a Stroke

You or someone you know has had a stroke. And unfortunately you or they are struggling to understand what is being said. It is possible that the stroke has caused hearing loss. What is a stroke? Strokes happen when the blood supply to the brain is disrupted. This...

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Is There a Link Between Covid and Tinnitus?

Is There a Link Between Covid and Tinnitus?

What is tinnitus? Tinnitus is commonly described as a ringing in the ears, but it also can sound like roaring, clicking, hissing, or buzzing. It may be soft or loud, high pitched or low pitched. You might hear it in either one or both ears. Roughly 10 percent of the...

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I Have Arthritis, How Can I Handle a Hearing Aid?

I Have Arthritis, How Can I Handle a Hearing Aid?

Too often patients who have a hearing loss and arthritis are afraid that their arthritis will prevent them from being able to handle a hearing aid.  Rest assured, we have many patients with multiple health problems that create dexterity issues including arthritis....

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