Since 1995, Arizona HearCare Network providers have been dedicated to helping people with hearing impairment lead more meaningful and satisfying lives.
All AHCN providers hold a Master's or Doctorate degree in audiology from an accredited university.
Most of our professional network providers are also members of the American Academy of Audiology, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), Academy of Doctors of Audiology, American Auditory Society, Arizona Speech-Language-Hearing Association and all are Licensed Dispensing Audiologists by the Arizona Department of Health Services.
Hearing aids come in many different styles and circuitry. They are available in several sizes, styles and colors. Modern hearing aids with digital circuitry can be tailored with special programs for different hearing situations that will have the ability to block out noises and more. Your licensed audiologist will recommend the best type and size for you based on your hearing loss, your lifestyle and your manual dexterity. Click here for types of hearing aids.
Bluetooth technology picks up wireless signals from an array of sources and delivers them directly to your hearing aids wirelessly. In effect, there's seamless connectivity between the wireless world and your hearing aids. By choosing a hearing instrument with connectivity, you can choose a full range of Bluetooth devices to allow better hearing for TV, phone and communication. Ask your licensed audiologist for more information on accessories for your hearing aid.