Healthcare Providers

Healthcare Providers and skilled nursing facilities typically provide a range of healthcare services, we at VHS offer hearing tests, for their residents and patients. Hearing tests are important for identifying and addressing hearing loss, which can significantly impact a person’s quality of life.

For these facilities, we provide hearing healthcare. Our audiologist conduct hearing tests on-site. These professionals are trained to assess hearing abilities, diagnose hearing loss, and recommend appropriate interventions, such as hearing aids or other assistive devices. During a hearing test, VHS will uses various techniques and equipment to evaluate an individual’s hearing abilities. This may include


Depending on the patient’s specific needs, additional assessments may be conducted, such as a speech-in- noise test or a hearing aid evaluation. Based on the results of the hearing tests, the healthcare professional can determine the degree and type of hearing loss, if present. We can then provide appropriate recommendations, such as hearing aids, assistive listening devices, or referral to an ear, nose, and throat specialist for further evaluation if necessary. It’s best to reach out to us directly to inquire about our hearing testing capabilities and services.


During a hearing test, VHS will uses various techniques and equipment to evaluate an individual’s hearing abilities. This may include:


The patient wears the KUDUwave and listens to tones at different frequencies and volumes. They indicate when they can hear each tone, allowing the professional to determine their hearing threshold.


The patient listens to spoken words or sentences at different volumes and repeats them back. This helps assess their ability to understand speech.


This test measures the movement of the eardrum in response to changes in air pressure. It can help identify problems in the middle ear, such as fluid accumulation or issues with the eardrum.


This test measures the sounds emitted by the inner ear in response to a stimulus. It helps evaluate the health of the cochlea, which is the sensory organ responsible for hearing.
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