Center for Audiology
The Center for Audiology is located in the JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute (JRI). We provide hearing aid services to people of all ages. With our main office in Edison and our satellite office in Monroe, we meet all of your communication needs with the highest level of clinical expertise and technical know-how available in the hearing aid field. It is our objective to address the specific needs of you, the patient in order to enhance your quality of life.
We Understand Hearing Loss
For over 35 years we have helped many people with hearing loss. We are familiar with the specific needs of people with varying degrees of hearing difficulties, from mild clarity issues to more significant hearing loss. We are experts in solving these problems in a personable, yet affordable manner.
We Care About Our Patients
We believe in making sure that you understand as much about your hearing as you need. Our one-on-one personal sessions allow us to get to know you and your families, explain your hearing test results and solutions in plain language, and listen to your concerns. With a 95% patient satisfaction rating our patients know we care about them; that is why they frequently refer their family and friends to us.
We Have Top Technical Know-How
When you work with us you benefit from a professional who understands the intricacies of hearing, medical conditions, and communication problems. Using state-of-art double walled sound treated booths to ensure accurate hearing tests, state-of-art computer equipment to verify your hearing aid settings and a variety of hearing aid manufacturers; we are better able to meet your individual needs.
We Solve Problems Efficiently
We are dedicated to solving hearing problems. We schedule your appointments at convenient times for you, whether it is during the day or in the evening, we are here for you. Walk-in emergency service for hearing aid problems is also available. You can expect us to be on time, every time.
We Solve Problems Professionally
All of our audiologists are doctoral level licensed professionals Since 95% of hearing loss is medically treatable, it is important to determine if you have a treatable condition and refer you for the most appropriate treatment. If hearing aids are the most appropriate treatment we will provide the information you need to decide what hearing aids are best to improve your hearing.
We Give Back to Our Community
We provide outreach services to our community. Whether it is our weekly hearing aid education classes, workshops to our local senior centers on hearing loss, talks to our locals schools on preventing hearing loss, running support groups, sponsoring professional conferences for our colleagues in the field or providing internships for new professionals; our community knows we care about them.