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1600 Valley River Dr, Suite 395
Eugene, OR 97401
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Audiology Professionals, A HearingLife Company, Eugene, OR

Welcome to Audiology Professionals, A HearingLife Company's hearing center in Eugene, OR. HearingLife's licensed hearing care providers in Oregon will help you to achieve better hearing.

Current update: At HearingLife, we are constantly evaluating how to best serve your hearing healthcare needs in changing times. We offer several options for you to choose from, including in-office visits with a hearing care provider, RemoteCare and self-help. We are taking every precaution to keep you safe in our office.

All HearingLife locations offer:

  • Complimentary hearing assessments.*

  • Expert care by licensed providers.

  • The opportunity to test how Oticon® hearing aids work and feel in our office.

If you have concerns about your hearing, we invite you to book a no-obligation hearing assessment. You can request an appointment online or call (541)255-3943. .

Have you experienced a change in your hearing? Do you have tinnitus or buzzing in your ears? If so, we welcome you to schedule a hearing assessment with a hearing care professional in our Eugene office. You can also check your hearing online.

The hearing assessment is complimentary, and we accept many types of hearing aid insurance.

Do you know what to expect at your first appointment with HearingLife? 

A hearing assessment is the first step to see if you have hearing loss. A licensed hearing care provider will inspect your ears and use various methods to check your hearing. You will sit in a comfortable soundproof room or sound booth and wear headphones. Then we will ask you to listen to and respond to various tones, speech sounds and voices.

Your responses will be recorded on an audiogram and the results will help indicate if you have 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.

Generally a hearing assessment and consultation takes less than an hour. Learn more about your hearing when you visit us. 

If your hearing assessment demonstrates that you need hearing aids in Eugene, there are a options for you to discuss with your provider:

  1. We will demonstrate the different types of hearing aids, including behind-the-ear hearing aids and almost invisible hearing aids. Together with your hearing care provider, you will identify what is the best hearing aid for your lifestyle.

  2. You will be able to try on and test out how the hearing aids feel and work. If you need an in-the-ear hearing aid that is personally molded to your ears, we will take an impression of your inner ear.

  3. We will fit or order the devices and program them to meet your individual hearing needs.

Today's hearing aids are modern, tasteful and discreet. In addition, our hearing aids are more technically advanced than ever before. We carry rechargeable hearing aids and offer a wide array of connectivity options via Bluetooth®.

We are confident that you will love your new hearing aids, but if you aren't completely satisfied with them, you have 30 days** to return them. Read more about trying hearing aids risk-free.

If you have been wearing hearing aids for years, you might not have noticed changes in your hearing. HearingLife offers hearing wellness visits where we can check to see if your current aids require a cleaning or reprogramming, and to address any repair or maintenance or other concerns. 

All HearingLife hearing care providers are licensed by state. Our providers receive ongoing training in the latest hearing care and hearing technology.

Our licensed providers in Eugene can help you with:

  • Hearing assessments.
  • Individual hearing solutions.
  • Testing hearing aids, accessories, repairs and follow-up care.


Our professionals can help you and your loved ones improve your communication with each other, in various situations, both with and without hearing aids.

Let HearingLife's professionals in Eugene help you reach your full hearing potential.

HearingLife's Eugene location is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Our office in Eugene is located at 1600 Valley River Dr, Suite 395. You will find us just off the Delta Highway.

We have offices across Oregon.

Our Staff

  • Francisco Ross

    Au.D., CCC-A Doctor of Audiology, Lic# 30951

    Dr. Ross earned his Bachelor of Arts degree with dual majors in Linguistics and Communication Disorders from the University of Florida, before taking a two-year gap to teach English in South Korea. He began his Doctor of Audiology program when he returned, and was hired at UF Shands Teaching Hospital immediately upon graduation, where he provided evidence-based hearing healthcare to patients with special emphasis on tinnitus and sound tolerance disorders, as well as teaching doctoral-level courses in Amplification I and II and Advanced Amplification Technologies. Relocation to the West coast has been a lifelong dream, now finally realized. In his free time, he enjoys walking the local trails when outdoors, and PC gaming with his partner when at home.

    “Hearing is not only vital for communication, but also for personal safety and quality of life. When hearing is restricted, people need comprehensive assistance, and while hearing aids are often the best solution, they are never the only solution. I teach my patients about all available options to improve their functional hearing ability, such as communication enhancement strategies, assistive listening devices, and auditory training, so that they can make fully informed decisions about their own health.”

  • Linnea Trygg

    Au.D., Doctor of Audiology, Lic# 30881

    Dr. Trygg grew up in northern Minnesota and moved to Oregon in 2014. She earned her BS in Communication Disorders and Sciences at the University of Oregon and her doctorate at Pacific University. She has experience screening for, diagnosing, and treating hearing loss for people of all ages. During her internships, she worked with individuals with middle ear disorders, individuals with cochlear implants, and performed vestibular evaluations. She is especially interested in tinnitus management, hearing conservation, communication strategies, and environmental modifications to improve difficult listening environments. Dr. Trygg is an artist of many mediums and enjoys painting, creating digital illustrations and animations, writing, and playing music. She also loves canoeing when visiting her family in MN, and spending time with her talkative cat.

    According to Dr. Trygg, “Hearing loss can cause everyday conversations to be frustrating and exhausting, often leading individuals with untreated hearing loss to withdraw socially. They may stop participating in conversation at the dinner table, meetings at work, or avoid challenging listening environments altogether. Social withdrawal or isolation impacts not only the individual with hearing loss, but their relationships with family, friends and coworkers. I help my patients stay socially active and maintain their interpersonal relationships by focusing on their listening goals and needs, teaching effective communication strategies and encouraging self-advocacy.”