Audiology Hearing Services for All Ages

In the past 20 years, hearing care has undergone a revolution, with new hearing aids that are smaller and more effective than ever before. There's never been a better time to emerge from the isolation of hearing loss.

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Why Choose the Johns Hopkins Audiology Center

Multidisciplinary Team

Our skilled multidisciplinary team can help you with both commonplace and unusual audiology disorders

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Comprehensive Care

We offer each patient a thorough and comprehensive approach that encompasses medical, surgical and behavioral treatments to improve your quality of life.


Johns Hopkins has been at the forefront of audiology research and technology for over a century. 


What is Tinnitus?

Nurse practitioner Rachel Hisim discusses the condition tinnitus, which is a buzzing or ringing in one or both ears. Treatment options and strategies to compensate for tinnitus are also discussed. 


Pediatric Audiology

If you suspect your child has hearing loss, the first step is to get a hearing test to identify the cause. Prompt intervention matters: Children with hearing loss who are identified and receive appropriate treatment early are more likely to fulfill expected developmental milestones.



Audiology Resources

Your most important resources for audiology information are your audiologist and otolaryngologist (ENT). The internet also has plenty of information on hearing loss, hearing aids and more. Please check with your health care provider to make sure online information is accurate for your unique situation.