Nearly 36 million Americans report a loss in hearing.
Our audiologists are trained to diagnose, manage, and treat problems relating to hearing and balance. Audiologists prescribe, fit, and dispense digital hearing aids and other amplification and hearing assistance technologies. Audiologists can perform ear or hearing-related surgical monitoring and can design and implement newborn hearing screening programs. They can assess and treat individuals, especially children, with central auditory processing disorders, Audiologists design and implement hearing conservation programs and can assess and treat individuals with tinnitus (noise in the ear, such as ringing). Almost all types of hearing loss are treatable by an audiologist. Your audiologist will identify and assess your hearing-related concerns and problems and will work with you to find an appropriate solution.
We are currently welcoming new patients. Please see our list of office locations to the right to find the location closest to you.
Once selecting a location, you can either call to schedule an appointment or click on a provider of your choice and request an appointment online.
Log into your online portal, MyHealth Connection, to request an appointment online, retrieve your medical records, request prescription refills, and communicate with your office.
If you don't have a log in, you can click on your office location to the right, and call or click on your provider to request an appointment.
Please visit the office location page of your physician to print check-in forms, procedure instructions, medical history forms, and other helpful information.
To refer a patient to our practice, please visit the Office Location page of your choice to conveniently submit your referral online or call us at the number listed.
The Oregon Clinic's team of licensed audiologists are all trained in diagnostic hearing evaluations and stay 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.
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