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Hearing Aids and Evaluations Available at Hutchinson Health

If you’re experiencing problems with your hearing, or question if you may have some hearing loss, Hutchinson Health is here to support your needs.

Woman with hearing loss and hearing aids

Our Doctor of Audiology offers hearing evaluations and works closely with our ENT (Ear, Nose, and Throat) Specialist to help diagnose and treat a variety of hearing related issues.

Approximately 37.5 million Americans suffer from hearing loss

In cases where hearing loss isn’t treatable by medical or surgical procedures, hearing aids are a way for you to live a healthy, full, and active lifestyle. Hearing plays an important role in maintaining relationships, engaging in stimulating conversation, and preserving the level of lifestyle to which you’re accustomed.

How do you know if a hearing evaluation is necessary? If you want to have your hearing checked or suspect you may have some hearing loss, make an appointment for a hearing evaluation.

The following are signs that your hearing should get checked and may need hearing aids:

  • Others seem to mumble or are hard to understand
  • Trouble hearing people in loud, public places
  • Noticeable ringing or buzzing that is sporadic or constant in your ears
  • Tend to ask people to repeat themselves often
  • Checkout of conversations because they are hard to follow

If you’re experiencing hearing loss, know there is help close to home! Make an appointment at Hutchinson Health to get your hearing checked or be fitted with new hearing aids. No referral necessary.