Hearing loss is more common than you might think. Nearly one in five adults in the United States – 48 million – report some degree of hearing loss; and at age 65, one in three is affected. What’s more, three out of every 1,000 children are hard of hearing or deaf.

Hearing loss can happen over time as you age, especially if you are exposed to a lot of loud noises. Hearing loss can also be caused by illnesses or injuries, or even as a side effect from using certain medications.

If you have been referred for a diagnostic audiologic evaluation, it means that your suspected hearing loss needs further examination. The evaluation is also indicated for individuals who did not pass an initial hearing screening.

At Midwest Hearing Centers, all audiological services are performed by Illinois State licensed audiologists who hold a Master’s Degree or Doctorate of Audiology and are certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Our caring, professional audiologists have more than 45 years of combined experience and utilize the latest technology to provide the very best in hearing healthcare services.

Audiological Services Include:

  • Hearing evaluations – adult/pediatric/newborn
  • Special evaluations, including Videonystagmography (VNG), Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR), Oto-acoustic Emissions (OAE), Screening for Central Auditory and Processing Disorders (SCAN)
  • Assistive listening devices, including FM systems/listening systems and amplified phones
  • Swim plugs and musician plugs
  • Custom hearing protection

Hearing aid services, including evaluations and consultations, hearing aid dispensing and repairs of all makes and models

In the OSF Center for Health

8600 N. State Rt. 91
Suite 300
Peoria, IL 61615

Ph: (309) 691-6616
Fax: (309) 691-2943
OSF Voice & Swallowing
Disorders Center

8600 N. State Rt. 91
Suite 350
Peoria, IL 61615

Ph: (309) 683-5080
In the Morton Medical Center

1600 S. 4th Ave.
Suite 120
Morton, IL 61550

Ph: (309) 284-0164
Fax: (309) 266-9716