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.
Availability, Location, and Convenience
The audiologists at The Oregon Clinic know that availability, location, and convenience are important to our patients. We offer several locations throughout the Portland metropolitan area. Please call one of our office locations list to the right to schedule your appointment.
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.
Welcome to The Oregon Clinic. We look forward to meeting you and providing you outstanding, personalized care and the attention you deserve.
New patients: After you've made your appointment, keep an eye out for paperwork in the mail. If your new patient check-in paperwork is completed, please arrive 15 minutes early. If your paperwork has not been completed, arrive 30 minutes early to fill out required forms.
Current insurance card, including any supplemental insurance cards
- If you are uninsured, please contact our billing office at 503-963-2900 to speak to a financial counselor for billing options.
- If your insurance requires a co-pay, it is due at the time of service.
- Current prescription card
- Government-issued photo ID
- All current medications, including inhalers
- Current list of drug allergies and reactions
- Our clinic staff will be contact you about x-rays, CT scans or MRIs that have been done. It is extremely important to bring these images with you if you are requested to do so. If you have any questions about these, please call contact your physician’s office.
- If appropriate, completed Patient Questionnaire, Release of Verbal Medical Information, and any consents, releases, or agreements.