90 Madison St, Suite 107
Denver, CO 80206
(303) 832-2054

Update: COVID-19 Health Advisory

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We are open and are excited to see patients again, both new and returning. We are taking extra precautions to ensure your safety according to the CDC guidelines. This includes:

  • Sanitizing the office after every patient
  • Wearing masks, face shields, and gloves
  • Requesting that patients wear face masks (we can provide one if you do not have one)
  • Plexiglass barriers between staff and patients
  • Limiting the office to one patient at a time
  • Precautionary temperature reading before appointments
  • Curbside pickup for hearing aid repairs

For information about COVID-19, please refer to this fact sheet from the CDC.

Welcome to Denver Audiology

Hearing is personal. It’s an important part of communication, and having healthy relationships with your loved ones. At Denver Audiology, we want to help you maintain your relationships by improving your hearing. Our private practice is dedicated to providing you with personal, quality service so you can hear the people you love again.

Denver Audiology has been helping the people of Denver and the outlying communities hear better for years. We’ve made it our mission to continue improving our patient’s lives by giving them our time and devoted attention.

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What Makes Us Different

Denver Audiology is an independent private practice, which means we are able to spend more one-on-one time with patients, giving them the proper care they deserve. Unlike corporate-run audiology clinics, we don’t rush you through a hearing evaluation and then sell you hearing aids. We genuinely enjoy getting to know our patients and will always start every appointment with a conversation. Our practice stands out from other audiologists and ENT’s because:

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  • We get to know you. When you come in for an appointment we take the time to get to know you before starting your audiological evaluation. We have built many relationships with our patients over the years and consider them to be like family.

  • We dedicate our time to your care. Unlike other practices where your appointment is rushed and only 15 minutes long, we schedule our hearing evaluations for an hour. We will perform a full audiological evaluation in order to thoroughly assess your hearing loss and will always explain your results.

  • We work with multiple manufacturers. Because we are an independent private practice, we don’t have a commitment to one manufacturer. We are able to work with multiple brands of hearing aids so we have more options to better fit you.

  • Our office is relaxed and informal. Although we are a professional medical facility – we don’t feel cold or clinical. Our office is comfortable and inviting so you can feel relaxed when you come in for a visit. We even provide complimentary beverages served in a mug so you can feel more at home.

  • We are patient-centered. Our interest is not in making a profit. Our goal is to help you hear better so you can enjoy the voices of the people you love and can continue to grow your relationships.

Your First Appointment

Our testing process is personalized to you and can take up to an hour (sometimes longer) for us to fully understand the degree of your hearing loss and how it is effecting you. We want to ensure you are getting the care you deserve, so we will dedicate our time to helping you.

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  1. We will begin by going over your entire intake form with you and asking you questions about what brought you in, what sounds you’re having trouble hearing, and your family history. This will be about a 20 minute conversation so we can get to know you.

  2. Then we will explain the audiological evaluation so you know exactly what to expect as well as what and why we are testing.

  3. When we see you as a patient we will perform a full hearing evaluation, as opposed to a hearing screening that many offices substitute. Included in that evaluation is Impedance testing, which evaluates your outer and middle ear condition (as opposed to your auditory nerve). The testing will also include air conduction, bone conduction, and speech performance testing.

  4. After your test, we will go over your results in detail and give you enough time to process and ask questions.