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The audiologists at CGH Medical Center are here to help you overcome your hearing difficulties. Whether you're dealing with hearing loss, tinnitus or vertigo, we can provide you with the testing you need and the treatments you want. With our help, you'll be on your way to hearing a little more of what life has to offer.

Identifying your hearing loss

Hearing loss can be subtle. But the effects are very real. When you can't hear, you can't communicate clearly. And you might come to miss that communication.

Our audiologists can provide hearing tests to identify the degree of your hearing loss. They can also perform noise surveys and OSHA hearing conservation programs to ensure that ears are protected in the workplace.

And our audiologists can perform testing and therapy for tinnitus, so you can move past annoying noises and focus on the sounds you want to hear.

Finding the right hearing aids

If your hearing loss can be addressed with hearing aids, we can help. We offer a full scope of services from fitting and selection, to monitoring and testing.

Today's hearing aids are easy to operate and come in a variety of sizes and colors. Many of the new models even have accessories to help you hear computers and televisions better. Our audiologists will work closely with you, your family and your caregivers to find the best aids to fit your needs.

We also offer:

  • Hearing aid batteries
  • Hearing aid repair
  • Hearing aid accessories
  • Custom earplugs
  • Ear monitors
  • Hearing protective devices

We offer hearing aids with a six-week trial period, and payment plans are available.

Dealing with your dizziness

Some ear problems cause profound vertigo and other dizziness problems. Others cause a sense of imbalance, so you feel as though you're never steady on your feet.

Our audiologists can perform testing for your dizziness issue, and if you'll benefit, they can refer you to a vestibular rehabilitation program.

Meet our audiologists

Our audiology department features two doctors of audiology and one hearing instrument specialist. They are highly trained specialists who take the time to understand and learn about your individual challenges. They provide comprehensive, quality care for people of all ages, including infants, children, adults and seniors.

Visit our provider directory to learn more about our audiologists.