Most folks understand the importance of getting a yearly physical, a mammogram for women over 40 and even yearly dental appointments. What people don't seem to remember is the importance of getting yearly hearing screenings as well. So, last year, Audiology and Hearing Aid Center was on a mission to offer 1,000 FREE hearings screenings to members of the community to educate people so they understand the importance of adding this exam to their yearly health program. We are very proud to say that we surpassed our goal and tested over 1,250 people!

Listen to Gary explain why he needed
Mission 1 Million.

Hearing loss can affect not only your ability to communicate in large crowds and understand conversations in noisy environments, but it can cause a strain on personal relationships and job effectiveness. Hearing loss can happen to people of all ages, so it is important to get a baseline screening so you can track your hearing health as you age.

This year, Audiologists around the nation are working together on Mission One Million! It is a collective goal to screen one million people across the US - completely FREE of charge. We know we can make a difference in improving the quality of life if we find a patient that does have a hearing loss, but we also love providing the good news to many of patients we test that their hearing is perfectly normal.

Please give us a call today if you have not had your hearing tested in the last year. We can work around your schedule and we can even offer some limited Saturday appointments. The hearing test is painless and takes little time to perform, so don't forget about this very important exam in your overall health profile. We are encouraging everyone we meet to call today so we can reach our newest Mission One Million goal in 2015 and give back at the same time!

To schedule your FREE hearing screening, please call 480.451.0220.