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The Center for Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine

Audiology Services 

Our Expertise Makes the Difference 

It's important to know who's evaluating your hearing. At Beverly Hospital, you'll be seen by a licensed audiologist who has completed either a Masters or Doctorate degree in Audiology. As members of the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) audiologists must pass a national competency examination, complete a full-time clinical internship, and adhere to a strict Code of Ethics in order to maintain state licensure. Their extensive training provides superior evaluations, testing, ear measurements and fittings, along with something equally valuable . . . peace of mind. 

The Beverly Hospital Audiology Department has been designated by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) as a Level II Designated Newborn Diagnostic Hearing Center. Fewer than 20 hospitals in the state have this designation, which enhances the level of care and services we can offer when hearing loss is suspected in newborns. It allows us to perform more specialized diagnostic testing on site, and connect parents to the resources they need in a more timely and efficient manner. 
 
Our services include: 

Comprehensive Diagnostic Testing for Children and Adults

  • Hearing tests
  • ENG/VNG testing for balance disorders
  • Occupational Health Screenings
  • Newborn Screenings

 

Hearing Aid Program for Diagnosed Hearing Loss

  • Exceptional continuity of care
  • Innovative Hearing Technologies
  • Custom fit and adjustments
  • Ear Protection and Assistive Devices
  • 30-day trial
  • 2 year Service warranty

Ask an Audiologist
 

History Forms

Please complete the appropriate form; print it out and bring it with you at the time of your scheduled appointment. 

ENG/VNG Patient Instructions

Please read and complete the questionnaire prior to your appointment. Please bring completed form with you.

Directions

Use the driving directions to Beverly Hospital. Those directions are available on this website. Upon arriving at the traffic light on Sohier Road, turn left onto Herrick Street. The hospital main entrance will be on your right. Go past this entrance, stay straight on Herrick Street. At the top of the hill you will see a brick building and a large sign for Speech and Audiology as well as a small parking lot. There will also be a sign at the entrance to the parking lot which says Center for Communication Disorders, Speech and Audiology. Our entrance is the first door in the brick building.