Schedule appointments by calling (260) 426 3409,  1-800 832 0290 or email at

Hours:    Fort Wayne downtown office:    Monday through Friday  10 to 5.

Services:    by appointment only,  Monday through Friday, 10 to 5.      Full hearing / audiological evaluation,  hearing aid evaluation, fitting, adjustments and repairs.    We accept most insurance plans, including AARP, Humana, Anthem, United Health Care and Medicaid assistance hearing health programs.    Call for information or inquiries as to in-network assistance.

Please no walk-ins.   By appointment only to help maintain social distancing in our small office, and in keeping with CDC’s suggestion to practice everyday precautions to protect high risk individuals during COVID-19 health crisis.

Main office:    333 East Washington Blvd.    (corner of Lafayette Street – route 27 and East Washington Blvd.) with free parking.   Entrance to  Suite G is in the center of the parking lot.

Wabash:   Thursday afternoons by appointment only at the new Parkview  Health ‘s  Specialty Clinics,  1655 N. Cass Street (no longer at Wabash hospital’s Medical Plaza)   for hearing testing and  hearing aid evaluations, fittings, adjustments & repairs.

Service Centers by appointment only in Angola,. Berne, Huntington, Kendallville, Wabash or Warren.      Call for time and locations, and appointment as some facilities  have restricted access and do not allow walk ins.

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