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About Hopkins Hearing
The Division of Audiology, better known as Hopkins Hearing, provides a comprehensive approach to hearing health care services for patients of all ages. Our physicians are among the finest and most highly trained otologists and neurotologists (sometimes referred to as ear, nose and throat doctors) in the world. Our team of licensed and certified audiologists work with other Johns Hopkins physicians to provide the highest quality patient care.
Hopkins Hearing is located within the Department of Otolaryngology -- Head and Neck Surgery in the Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center. Our audiologists work in conjunction with the otolaryngology department to provide evaluation, treatment and long-term rehabilitation. The expertise and experience of the Hopkins Hearing audiologists means they will find the right hearing aid or assistive listening device for you.
Hopkins Hearing supports the mission of Johns Hopkins to provide excellence in all areas of patient care, teaching and research. Our clinical specialties include:
- Diagnostic hearing evaluations for pediatrics and adults
- Hearing aid evaluations, fittings and repairs
- Assistive listening devices
- Custom earmolds
- Auditory brainstem response evaluations
- Follow-up for universal newborn hearing screenings
- Occupational hearing screenings and custom hearing protections