Hearing Associates Patient Information
New Patient Information
For new patients, we ask that you arrive at our office 15 minutes before your appointment to fill out or submit your downloaded patient intake form. We look forward to meeting you!
Hearing Associates works with most health insurance providers. To find out whether your insurance is accepted, you may ask our friendly office staff while scheduling your appointment or check out our insurance and financing page. For patients who do not have insurance, our current pricing can be obtained while scheduling your appointment. We accept cash, checks, all major credit cards, or CareCredit.
We offer an array of innovative hearing solutions to enhance our patients' comfort and quality of life. Our services include but are not limited to the following:
What to Expect at Your Visit With Hearing Associates
At Hearing Associates, we take immense pride in operating in a welcoming atmosphere. All our patients are greeted with kindness and compassion from the minute they walk through our doors until they leave. Our specialists will take time to get to know you and understand your concerns to diagnose your hearing troubles and curate an individualized treatment plan.
Our communication strategies guide is a resource created by ENT professionals to help patients who have experienced hearing loss and their loved ones find effective ways to communicate. Eliminate guilt and frustration by developing a thorough understanding of how to navigate this condition.
For Individuals With Hearing Loss:
- Communicate to others how you wish to be spoken to.
- Face your audience directly for optimal understanding.
- Position with back-lighting.
- Plan for difficult situations (Pen and paper, phone keyboard, etc.)
- Concentrate on the speaker.
- Integrate visual and written cues.
- Ask for clarification when you don’t understand.
For Individuals Conversing With Those Who Have Hearing Loss:
- Get their attention.
- Face them directly while speaking.
- Position with face-lighting.
- Ask them how you can facilitate communication.
- Avoid noisy environments and refrain from having to shout.
- Speak clearly at a moderate pace, keeping mouth cues clear.
- Incorporate facial expressions and gestures.
- Rephrase when communication is not understood.
- Be patient, stay positive, and be respectful.