Mercy Audiology and Hearing Aid Center - O'Fallon

300 Winding Woods Drive
Suite 204A
O Fallon, MO 63366
Fax: (314) 251-6818
Hours of Operation:
Monday & Tuesday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Wednesday & Thursday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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The audiologists at Mercy Audology - O'Fallon are committed to providing high quality, comprehensive care for children and adults with hearing loss and balance disorders. Through our personal and individualized care, we ensure each child and adult reaches his or her fullest and best quality of life.

In addition to our O'Fallon location, we have an office conveniently located in Medical Tower A of Mercy Hospital St. Louis and a Mercy Clinic Children's Audiology location on Olive and Mason Roads in Creve Coeur. In addition to these locations, Mercy Audiology has a pediatric suite located in the Tests and Treatments area on the ground floor of Mercy Children's Hospital.

Audiologists at the Mercy Audiology and Hearing Aid Center are certified by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association and are licensed by the Board of Registration for the Healing Arts in Missouri. You can be assured of receiving quality care. 

 

Diagnostic Services

We offer a full range of diagnostic services to help detect hearing impairment and loss in both adults and children. Testing helps determine the type and severity of hearing loss. Several types of testing are offered:

  • Pure Tone Audiometry determines the threshold at which you can hear by evaluating the softest sounds you can detect.

  • Word Recognition Testing involves repetition of single-syllable, phonetically balanced words. The scores for each ear provide information that will help determine the need for more testing or referral. It is also used to see if amplification may be helpful for some patients and to evaluate the success of hearing aid fittings.

  • Testing of Middle Ear Function evaluates the middle ear function by measuring its response to air pressure variations and acoustic signals.
  • Otoacoustic Emission Testing (OAE) evaluates cochlear or inner ear function in infants, children or adults by measuring the ear’s response to sound.
  • Auditory Processing Testing diagnoses and provides recommendations to take care of problems in the processing or use of sounds.
  • Auditory Brain Stem Response Testing (ABR) This is an objective test that can estimate hearing sensitivity in difficult-to-test patients such as infants. ABR can also assess neural integrity of the auditory pathway to aid in differential diagnosis.

Amplification

A variety of models and types of digital hearing aids as well as custom hearing protection and swim plugs are available at Mercy Audiology. Your audiologist will work with you to determine which hearing aid is right for you. Your audiologist can fit and program cochlear implants and osseointegrated devices.

A hearing aid is an electronic device that is worn either in or behind the ear. It increases the volume of sounds that someone with hearing loss has difficulty hearing on their own. Hearing aids help you hear in quiet and in noisy environments. They can also help lessen the feeling of fatigue from straining to hear.

Hearing Aid Styles:

Behind the Ear (BTE)

In the Ear (ITE) Canal

Hearing Aid Trouble Shooting

Our Providers

Katie Elizabeth Barton, AuD, Mercy
Audiology
Mercy Clinic
Blair Nicole Cristel, AuD, CCC-A, Mercy
Audiology
Mercy Clinic
Kristin Robinette Gossett, AuD, Mercy
Audiology
Mercy Clinic
Kristy Lee Greco, AuD, Mercy
Audiology
Mercy Clinic
Lindsay Christine Johnson, AuD, Mercy
Audiology
Mercy Clinic
Katherine Marie Kleinschmidt, AuD, Mercy
Audiology
Mercy Clinic
Linda K. Maddox, MS, Mercy
Audiology
Mercy Clinic
Jennifer Joy Main, AuD, Mercy
Audiology
Mercy Clinic
Susan A. Marshall, AuD, Mercy
Audiology
Mercy Clinic
Nancy J. McManus, AuD, Mercy
Audiology
Mercy Clinic
Elizabeth Ann Satchell, MS, Mercy
Audiology
Mercy Clinic
Sarah Ann Thomas, AuD, Mercy
Audiology
Mercy Clinic