Reid Hearing Center

1434 Chester Boulevard
Richmond, IN

(765) 935-4477

(765) 939-0007


Monday: 8am - 5pm

Tuesday: 8am - 5pm

Wednesday: 8am - 5pm

Thursday: 8am - 5pm

Friday: 8am - 5pm

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The Reid Hearing Center utilizes state-of-the-art equipment to properly and effectively diagnose your hearing problems. We can also provide hearing instruments when needed.

Hearing Loss
Hearing loss is one of the most prevalent chronic health conditions facing older adults. Unfortunately, only about 20-30% of people who could benefit from treatment actually seek help. Untreated hearing loss is associated with depression and social isolation, fatigue, and even earlier onset of dementia than in individuals with no hearing loss. Treatment can significantly improve quality of life both for the person suffering from hearing loss and for his or her significant other. In children and teens, hearing loss is increasingly common. One concern is noise-induced hearing loss caused by unsafe listening to personal tech devices such as mp3 players, smartphones, or tablets. Early diagnosis is critical, as even mild hearing loss can impact a child’s development and lead to academic and social difficulties.

View signs of hearing loss in adults

Buzzing or ringing in their ears
Failure to respond to spoken words
Persistent ear discomfort after exposure to loud noise (regular and constant listening to electronics at high volumes)
Muffled hearing
Constant frustration hearing speech and other sounds
Avoids conversation
Social isolation

View signs of hearing loss in children

Birth to 1 year  – Lack of attention to sounds.
7 months to 1 year  – Does not respond when you call his/her name.
1 to 2 years  – Does not follow simple directions.
Birth to 3 years  – Shows delays in speech and language development.
Pulls for scratches at his/her ears.
Difficulty achieving academically, especially in reading and math.
Socially isolated and unhappy in school.
Persistent ear discomfort after exposure to loud noise (regular and constant listening to electronics at high volumes)

Pediatric Audiology

Some examples of who may be referred for this include infants who fail their initial newborn hearing screening, children who fail a hearing test in school or in a physician’s office, or any child whose parents or caregivers have concerns regarding their child’s ability to hear. In addition, children with chronic middle ear problems may also be referred for these services, if their child has hearing difficulties as a result of their middle ear status.

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  • Digital diagnostic services
  • Fitting of hearing aids – infants to adults
  • Digital instruments
  • Discreet fitting options
  • In office service and repair-most makes and models
  • Interest free financing
  • Balance Function Testing

Complete Diagnostic Hearing Testing For All Ages

Auditory Brainstem Response testing
Otoacoustic Emissions
Behavioral Observation Audiometry
Conditioned Play Audiometry
Hearing Aid Evaluations
Hearing Aid Fitting
Real Ear Verification
Follow up visits as necessary

Treatment may include medications, surgery, the use of a hearing aid, or a combination of these. We are pleased to offer our patients: repair on most makes and models, the latest in digital testing technology, In-house repair, and hearing options for phones, TV’s, and alarm systems.


Please note!
Verification of insurance coverage by Reid Hearing Center is determined on an as needed basis based on your appointment type. Please contact your insurer with any questions regarding your coverage options.

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