Audiology

About Us

Audiology concentrates on hearing concerns and disorders. An audiologist is a specialist in the diagnosis and non-medical treatment of hearing and balance problems. Rehabilitation of hearing loss and other hearing conditions can be administered by an Audiologist through fitting of hearing aids and/or assistive listening devices. An Audiologist will identify and assess hearing related concerns and problems and find an appropriate solution.

Referring Physicians: To refer a patient to our practice, please visit the Office Location page of your choice to conveniently submit your referral online.

New Patients: We are currently welcoming new patients. To request an appointment at one of our many locations, please visit the Office Location page of your choice. Our phone number and, if applicable, online appointment request form are listed on our location pages for your convenience.

Current Patients: Log into our online portal, MyHealth Connection, to request an appointment online.

Parts of the Body: 
ears

Our Team

Our Goal is to Positively Affect the Quality of Your Life

The Oregon Clinic employs six licensed audiologists, all trained in diagnostic hearing evaluations and up-to-date on the latest innovations in hearing aids, such as bluetooth connectivity and digital hearing aids. Our audiologists' goals are to improve patient communication and positively affect the quality of your life.

Areas of Focus:
Advanced Digital Hearing Aid Fittings, Computerized Programming and Maintenance of Hearing Aids, Diagnostic Hearing Evaluations, Patient counseling
Areas of Focus:
Bluetooth Connectivity and Hearing Aids, Hearing Evaluations, Programming Digital Hearing Aids
Areas of Focus:
Advanced Digital Hearing Aid Fittings, Computerized Programming and Maintenance of Hearing Aids, Diagnostic Hearing Evaluations, Patient counseling
Areas of Focus:
Areas of Focus:
Advanced Digital Hearing Aid Fittings, Computerized Programming and Maintenance of Hearing Aids, Diagnostic Hearing Evaluations, Patient counseling

Conditions & Procedures

Procedures: 
Advanced Digital Hearing Aid Fittings
Computerized Programming and Maintenance of Hearing Aids

News & Resources

Commonly Requested Forms & Information: 

Please visit the office location page of your physician to print check-in forms, procedure instructions, medical history forms, and other helpful information. Please call your physician's office if you have any questions.