Staying connected is important.
Your patient’s hearing loss has stood in the way for too long, and they deserve a partner who will help them understand what might be wrong and the best way to fix it. Associates in Hearing is their trusted expert when it comes to hearing loss, and together, we can reconnect them to the people and things they care about most.
Our Hearing Services
You can trust us to provide high-quality care that goes beyond what you might expect. We provide your patients with services that will help them get back to hearing the way they used to.
Using the best technology, we evaluate your patient’s hearing loss and the best avenues to treat it. We offer hearing devices, amplifiers, and microphones, as well as specialized devices for musicians, veterans, and swimmers.
Senior Living Communities
Traveling to our offices might not be easy for your patients, and that’s why we make it easy: we travel to them! You can easily schedule a visit from us by giving us a call.
This frustrating and common problem doesn’t have to annoy your patients. Our doctors will evaluate what is causing their tinnitus, possible solutions for treating it, and follow-up support to make sure they are experiencing relief.
Get to Know Our Audiologists
Your patients deserve hearing healthcare that continues beyond their appointment. At Associates in Hearing, they will experience care that is tailored to their needs, ensuring their hearing loss is treated the right way. We are their trusted provider who will walk with them every step of the way.
What Life with Improved Hearing Looks Like
- Patients enjoy a happy and fulfilling life.
- They are connected to friends and family, never missing important moments.
- Their brains are healthy, engaged, and at a lower risk of developing dementia.
- Patients are living life on their terms.
What Life With Hearing Loss Looks Like
- Patients have a hard time hearing during a conversation.
- They feel disconnected from the people and things they care about.
- Patients miss out on important moments in life.
- The risk for dementia increases because their brains are working harder than they should.
Your Path to Success
1. Meet with an Audiologist
We want to get to know your patients. By understanding what they care about, their hobbies, and how they like to spend their time, we can better understand what kind of treatment will work best for their life.
Using a variety of testing, we are able to determine what might be causing your patient’s hearing loss. This gives us a clearer path to treatment, meaning they can once again hear like they used to.
3. Create a Plan
After an evaluation, we develop a plan that aligns with what your patient’s needs are, their lifestyle, and their budget.
4. Follow Up
It’s important that your patient’s care continues after their appointment with us. We follow up with them to make sure their devices are working as they should and that their level of hearing is where they want it to be.
“My family has been pleased with the services of this office for many years. My mother, then my sister with special needs, and now myself all have hearing aids. We wouldn’t trust our care to anyone else. Everyone in the office is so caring and accommodating. We highly recommend this practice.”DebbieMyerstown, PA