Hearing & Audiology

Treating hearing loss and impairments.
Hearing & Audiology

Audiologists are health care professionals who are specially trained to evaluate, diagnose, treat and manage hearing loss and balance disorders. HealthEast audiologists care for both children and adults. Most types of hearing loss can be treated by an audiologist.

About Hearing & Audiology

Audiologists often work closely with other specialists to provide a range of comprehensive care. Audiologists:

  • Evaluate hearing levels for all ages
  • Diagnose and treat mild to severe hearing loss and impairments including tinnitus (ringing or noise in the head or ears), balance disorders and dizziness
  • Evaluate and recommend listening devices that help reduce background noise and amplify sound

Contact HealthEast Audiology

Call us when you need to make an appointment or get a question answered.

651-232-0707 – calls answered 24/7; appointment scheduling only available during business hours
Fax: 651-326-9462

Deaf and hard-of-hearing assistance

Free sign language and oral interpreters, TTYs, and other services are available to deaf and hard-of-hearing persons. Simply call:
651-326-7852 (from 8 am to 11 pm)
651-326-7843 (from 11 pm to 8 am)

HealthEast MyChart

Now offering e-visits

Using HealthEast MyChart, you can have e-visits, request appointments, send secure messages to your provider, review test results and much more. It's the online connection to your health – where you're at, when you want it.

MEET OUR AUDIOLOGISTS

Allison Kohtz, AuD, CCC-A
Audiology

Stephanie Luepke, AuD, CCC-A
Audiology

Claire Schleicher, AuD, CCC-A
Audiology

Krista Sershen, AuD, CCC-A
Audiology

HealthEast Hearing and Audiology

Audiology services are conveniently available at three locations.

Maplewood Clinic
3100 Kennard Street
Maplewood, MN 55109
Midway Clinic
1390 University Avenue W.
St. Paul, MN 55104
Woodwinds Clinic
1825 Woodwinds Drive
Woodbury, MN 55125

If you think you have a hearing loss

If you suspect you have a hearing loss, first make an appointment with your primary care clinician. He or she can refer you to an audiologist for an evaluation. The evaluation will include multiple tests and will provide your audiologist with a baseline hearing measure. After the evaluation, your audiologist will make recommendations based on your specific hearing and listening needs. If your audiologist recommends hearing aids, HealthEast Audiology offers a variety of hearing aids so you can choose the right fit for your lifestyle and budget.

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