New York City

Find a HearingLife location in Midtown Manhattan, Queens, the Bronx and on Staten Island.

HearingLife has centers in New York City, as well as locations in Long Island, Upstate New York and New Jersey, and across the United States.

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Hearing aids, service and care for New York City and beyond

HearingLife is pleased to have centers across New York City. Whether you're looking to have a complimentary hearing assessment* or to try the latest hearing technology, you can count on our experts to provide the highest quality hearing care. 

Providing hearing solutions across Manhattan, Queens, the Bronx, Staten Island and the greater region

Serving people with hearing loss and their families in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, HearingLife is pleased to offer online booking. In addition, we have more than 600 centers across the United States.

Are you a first-time visitor? 

Here's what you can expect at your first hearing assessment*

At HearingLife, we take the time to get to know each first-time visitor. The initial conversation will address your concerns about hearing and relevant medical history. Then our hearing care professionals will inspect your ears, check for earwax (known as cerumen) and for any foreign objects that might be blocking your ear canal and could lead to conductive hearing loss. We will also look for damage to your eardrum(s), infection or other abnormalities. If necessary, we will refer you to a medical doctor, most likely your primary care physician or an ear, nose and throat (ENT) specialist, for treatment.

Initially, we will inspect your ears and use various methods to assess* your hearing. You will sit in a soundproof room or sound booth and wear headphones. We will ask you to listen to and respond to various tones, speech sounds and voices. (This is when we will ask your friend or family member to take part in the testing, so we can assess how well you understand a familiar voice).

Your responses will be recorded on an audiogram and the results will help indicate if you have an aidable hearing loss or not. We are happy to answer any questions and fully review your results with you. After that, we can discuss next steps.

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