Employing various testing strategies (e.g. hearing tests, otoacoustic emission measurements, videonystagmography, and electrophysiologic tests), audiology aims to determine whether someone can hear within the normal range, and if not, which portions of hearing (high, middle, or low frequencies) are affected and to what degree. If an audiologist determines that a hearing loss or vestibular abnormality is present he or she will provide recommendations to a patient as to what options (e.g. hearing aid, cochlear implants, appropriate medical referrals) may be of assistance.

In addition to testing hearing, audiologists can also work with a wide range of clientele in rehabilitation (people with tinnitus, auditory processing disorders, users of cochlear implants and/or hearing aids), from pediatric populations to veterans and may perform assessment of tinnitus and the vestibular system.

Hearing and Balance at Logan Regional Hospital

Logan Regional Hospital Labor and Delivery

Open today: 24 hours
2nd floor, enter through the northwest side of the building and look for the Women and Newborn Center sign.

Logan Regional Hospital Imaging Center

Closed
2nd Floor, from emergency entrance, imaging desk is first window on your left.

Logan Regional Hospital Rehab Services

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1st floor, enter through the Budge South Entrance and Rehab Services will be on your right.

Logan Regional Hospital Heart Services

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Second Floor, Enter through the ER doors. Walk straight through the waiting room and turn right at the piano