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Hopkins Hearing

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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We Are Here and Ready to Safely Care for You

At Johns Hopkins Medicine, your health and safety are our very highest priorities. We are ready to care for you and your family in our hospitals, surgery centers, and through in-person clinic and online video visits.

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New Safety Measures for Your Next Appointment During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Whether you are a new patient or a returning patient, you can feel confident in the safety guidelines and special adaptations that make visits easier for those with hearing difficulties. Learn how we keep you safe during your visit to one of our clinics.

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Meet our Specialists
Our team of audiology specialists test, diagnose and treat hearing disorders. 

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Pediatric Hearing Loss
"My child was diagnosed with hearing loss. What Now?"

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Types of Hearing Loss
Did you know there is more than one type of hearing loss

 

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.

 

Hearing Health: Why Choose Johns Hopkins

Johns Hopkins' specialists in hearing health offer you a comprehensive approach that integrates hearing testing, selection and fitting for hearing aids and support for all aspects of healthy hearing. Our team includes licensed and certified audiologists who work with other Johns Hopkins physicians, such as pediatric otolaryngologists (ENTs), head and neck surgeons, speech language pathologists and a first-rate clinical support team.

Whether you’re concerned about your own hearing or caring for a parent or young child who is showing signs of hearing loss, Johns Hopkins' high quality care can help preserve the joys of hearing and keep you and your loved ones communicating with the world.