Hearing Evaluations

Since 1963, the UA Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic has been providing hearing services, including quality diagnostic evaluation and rehabilitation for both adult and pediatric populations in Southern Arizona.  All audiology faculty are trained and certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing-Association (ASHA) and hold Arizona licensure. They are committed to providing comprehensive care and management to help individuals with hearing loss stay connected with their families, friends, and the community.  

As a training and research-focused institution, the clinic provides individualized, evidence-based hearing healthcare using the latest state of the art technology.  Services provided by the clinic include:  

  • Comprehensive hearing evaluations in children and adults 

  • Newborn Hearing Screenings  

  • School Screenings 

  • Occupational Health Screenings 

  • Ototoxicity Monitoring 

  • Tinnitus Evaluations

Making the decision to have an audiologic evaluation can be difficult for some. Though hearing loss is one of the most common health conditions affecting Americans, most adults wait an average of 5-7 years before having their hearing checked.  This often results in increased communication difficulties, reduced social activities, as well as negative physical and emotional consequences like fatigue, frustration, and depression.  The audiologists at the UA Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic would like to help by providing support and education on hearing loss as well as the pervasive impact it can have on quality of life. A hearing evaluation is the first step to understanding your ears and hearing and learning to manage the negative impacts of hearing loss.   

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Our Clinic is housed within the Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences building at 1131 E. 2nd Street, Tucson, AZ, 85721. You may park in the designated spaces behind our building (look for blue signs “Speech and Hearing Patient Parking”).