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Our Services

The audiologists and staff members at each of the 19 Kaiser Permanente Hearing Centers in Northern California are dedicated to providing you with high quality service and the latest technological innovations in hearing health. All of our services are tailored to your needs, your budget, and your lifestyle. In addition, all of our services are available to Kaiser Permanente members and non-members alike, so you can benefit from high-quality audiology services close to you.

At our Hearing Centers, you can receive high quality care from an audiologist in your local community. Before your visit, learn more about hearing loss and your treatment options by browsing the information on our site.

Hearing Tests

Hearing tests help determine which areas of the ear are causing your hearing impairment. Hearing tests offered at our locations may include audiological evaluation, tympanometry, acoustic reflex testing, auditory brainstem response testing, and otoacoustic emissions evaluation. Learn more about hearing tests and what to expect during your evaluation.

Hearing Aids

Depending on your level of hearing loss, you may have several options when it comes to hearing aid styles, including completely in the canal, in the ear, and behind the ear styles. Our audiologists offer hearing aids from such manufacturers as Oticon, Phonak, Signia and Starkey. Using the latest technology, these aids provide high quality sound and years of durability. Learn about hearing aids offered at our Centers.


Available at a number of our Hearing Centers, our pediatric services include hearing testing and amplification options such as hearing aids and cochlear implants. View our pediatric services and find a hearing center offering these services near you.

Additional Services

Hearing loss is not the only problem that can develop within the ear. Kaiser Permanente Hearing Centers offer several additional services for men and women living with certain conditions affecting the ear, including examinations for tinnitus (constant ringing in the ears) and balance problems. View information about our additional services.

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