Richmond’s Hearing Care Provider
For 25 years, Bluegrass Hearing Clinic has been honored to serve the residents of Richmond, KY, and surrounding Madison County. In addition to housing our office, Richmond is also home to Whitehall State Park and Fort Boonesborough, the second largest Civil War Battlefield.
Our mission is not only to provide the best hearing healthcare possible to our community but to also play an active role in keeping it a great place to live and work. This is why we are proud members of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce. Led by Shelley Heath, Au.D., LIC.-A and Mary H. Sohler, Au.D., LIC.-A, CCC-A, our clinic accepts appointments five days a week, Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Thursdays from 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m
Audiologist in Richmond, KY
When you trust your hearing health to Bluegrass Hearing Clinic, you can count on receiving the most exceptional level of care. Our staff has extensive experience treating a wide range of hearing loss issues and are here for you every step of your journey. .
Hearing Care Services in Richmond, KY
Staying in touch with others and the world around us is vital to our well-being. Healthy hearing plays a pivotal role in the communication necessary for healthy relationships. At Bluegrass Hearing Clinic, we offer services and technology that make living with hearing loss seamless – whether you’re at home, work or running errands.
We are committed to delivering the highest standard of care, from our comprehensive hearing screenings to hearing aid maintenance and more. Hearing technology has evolved over the years, and our office carries a wide range of the latest hearing products in different styles and options. If hearing loss is detected during your initial evaluation, our attentive team of hearing professionals will work with you to build a treatment plan around your specific hearing needs and lifestyle.
With a wide variety of hearing aids available these days, a hearing evaluation can help identify which type of device will suit your needs. The results allow your provider to make recommendations based on your type of hearing loss, as well as what features and styles would benefit you based on your lifestyle, preferences and budget.More on Evaluation for Hearing Aids
Hearing aids are meant to be worn throughout your day-to-day life, which is why we offer custom fittings. Everyone has a unique shape to their ear canal and a fitting session ensures your devices perform their best and sit comfortably in your ear. As you wear your hearing aids, we will be in touch as needed to make adjustments throughout the life of your device.More on Hearing Aid Fitting & Programming
Hearing aids are sensitive devices that can degrade from exposure to heat, moisture and everyday use. Wear and tear is bound to happen, even to the most responsible hearing aid wearer, which is why we offer ongoing support. If your devices are in need of maintenance or repairs, bring them in and one of our professionals will be happy to assist you.More on Hearing Aid Repair & Maintenance
Our staff specializes in identifying and treating a variety of hearing issues in infants and children. If your child is experiencing speech, learning or behavioral issues, a hearing test can determine if hearing loss is an underlying cause. If our diagnosis process shows hearing loss is present, one of our professionals will recommend the best treatment plan to help get your child on the path to better hearing.More on Hearing Care for Infants and Children
If you think you’ve been experiencing hearing loss symptoms, the best first step is to schedule a hearing test. Hearing tests are conducted with your age, symptoms and medical history in mind, which helps provide an accurate picture of your hearing loss. Regular hearing tests help ensure hearing loss symptoms are detected early, improving a treatment’s chances of success.More on Hearing Tests
We offer specialized hearing screenings designed for patients who work in noisy environments. These industrial screenings compare your annual hearing tests to a baseline audiogram. This helps alert you to any significant changes in your hearing over time, which creates opportunities to treat hearing loss symptoms at an early stage.More on Industrial Baseline and Shift Evaluations
If you are dealing with symptoms of tinnitus such as a buzzing or ringing in the ears, rest assured that there are treatment options available. Tinnitus is a frustrating, yet common condition that can be managed with the help of a hearing care provider. To find relief and ease your symptoms, schedule an appointment for a tinnitus evaluation and one of our professionals will recommend the best action plan for your needs.More on Tinnitus Treatment Options
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