• Hearing Aid Center

     Hearing aid patient Laila reports being able to hear the ocean’s surf from the trail, the scurry of a squirrel up a tress and bees buzzing while on her morning walk with her dog. 

    If you are experiencing hearing loss, the experts at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center's Hearing Aid Center can deliver a level of care, service and expertise that is second to none.

    Our Audiologists treat hearing problems in people of all ages. We can determine if you are a candidate for a traditional hearing aid, if you would benefit from an implantable device, or if you need treatment by a physician for a medical condition that may be contributing to your hearing loss.

    Whatever your hearing need, we are here for you at our two convenient Hearing Aid Center locations:

    About Our Care

    Lahey’s Hearing Aid Centers are located within a medical practice, which allows us to provide a full scope of solutions for your hearing loss. You can buy a hearing aid at many retail stores – but you may have needs that extend beyond that. At Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, we offer many treatment options for hearing loss that extend beyond hearing aids.

    For example, maybe a hearing aid isn’t the best option and you might be a candidate for a cochlear implant or other implantable hearing technology. Perhaps your hearing loss is caused by a treatable medical condition that needs evaluation by a physician. This is where our audiology and medical professionals, who can discuss varied options , are able to provide you with care that an independent hearing aid dispenser cannot.

    About Our Audiologists

    At Lahey, our staff stands out because of their additional training. Our Hearing Aid Centers are staffed by Audiologists, who are healthcare professionals with masters or clinical doctorate (AuD) degrees in audiology.

    An Audiologist has been trained to evaluate hearing loss and related disorders, including balance (vestibular) disorders and tinnitus (ringing or roaring in the ears), and to counsel individuals who suffer from these conditions.

    Lahey’s Audiologists use a variety of tests and procedures to assess hearing and balance function, and to fit and dispense hearing aids and other assistive devices. Our ultimate goal is to improve the quality of life for anyone with a hearing impairment.

    Make an Appointment with the Hearing Aid Center

    Call us to make an appointment at one of our two convenient locations:

    Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday

    To make an appointment for a hearing evaluation and consultation with our Otolaryngology physicians, call 781-744-8467.


  • Make an Appointment

    (781) 744-2613 (Burl.)
    (978) 538-4020 (Peabody)