M: 9AM – 7PM
T: 9AM – 3:30PM
W & Th: 9AM – 5PM
F: 9AM – 1PM
S-S: – Closed –
505 Washington Avenue
Newtown, PA 18940
For Your Next Appointment
Confirm Your Appointment
Our office will contact you the day prior to your appointment to confirm the appointment time.
Print & Bring Your Forms
To make your life a bit less hectic, we’ve made available online the new patient forms you need to complete.
Don’t Forget Your ID & Insurance Card
We are required to obtain copies of an acceptable form of ID and your insurance card.
You are the reason we get to do what we love to do every day. We promise to make this visit as stress-free as possible.
If you’re new to our office, you might be wondering what’s involved in your visit. At your first visit, the audiologist will begin by asking questions that pertain to your ears and hearing. This is so we can collect as much information about your condition as possible. The audiologist will complete a battery of tests that are designed to tell us how different parts of your ears and hearing are working.
Finally, we explain everything to you because we believe your journey to better hearing should be a partnership with you and your hearing healthcare provider. And we believe that journey should begin by making sure you are well informed about your problem and all possible solutions.
Hearing Aid Brands We Carry
Insurance We Accept
Most major health insurances accepted.
AAA – The American Academy of Audiology
PAA – Pennsylvania Academy of Audiology
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