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Taking care of your ears and protecting your hearing is more important than ever. Nearly 50 million Americans experience hearing loss, according to the National Institutes of Health. At Mercy, we help everyone from newborns to seniors protect and restore their hearing to enjoy the sounds of life.
If you have concerns about your ear health or hearing, discuss them with your primary care doctor. Depending on your symptoms, you may be referred to an audiologist or an ear, nose and throat (ENT) physician. Mercy providers offer personalized care to keep your ears and hearing at their healthiest.
Mercy's audiologists are hearing health care professionals who diagnose and treat hearing loss, tinnitus, balance issues and other ear-related problems in children and adults. Learn more about our audiology services.
Mercy ENT physicians are trained in the medical and surgical treatment of ear, nose, throat, head and neck conditions. They regularly perform ear tube surgeries, surgical correction of protruding ears and removal of tonsils, among other treatments.
Mercy Kids ENT physicians specialize in the pediatric medical and surgical treatment of disorders caused by birth defects, infections or trauma that affect the ears, nose, throat, sinuses, neck and voice box. Learn about our children’s ENT services.
Our ear care physicians and professionals provide care for a wide range of conditions including:
Mercy offers the latest diagnostic tools and treatments for hearing loss and other ear-related conditions. We provide hearing tests and evaluations, balance and vestibular therapy, cochlear implants, ear tube surgery, hearing aids, and pediatric audiology and hearing diagnostics.
At Mercy, we offer diagnosis and treatment for disorders affecting the ear, including: