Hearts for Hearing Oklahoma City

Our headquarters at 11500 North Portland Avenue offers state-of-the-art clinic facilities and a dedicated team of professionals providing the highest quality hearing care to patients in the Oklahoma City metro and across western Oklahoma. From routine check-ups to comprehensive hearing evaluations, from specialized treatment protocols to specialty services, Hearts for Hearing is committed to helping our patients achieve their best possible hearing health outcomes. In addition to our main clinic, Hearts for Hearing professionals serve patients at Variety Care located on Britton in north Oklahoma City and Pete White Senior Living and Wellness Center in south Oklahoma City, and Robinson Eye Institute in Shawnee.

Services We Offer:

Hearts for Hearing – North OKC
11500 N. Portland Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73120

Hearts for Hearing – Shawnee
Robinson Eye Institute
501 E. MacArthur St.
Shawnee, OK 74804

Variety Care Pete White
4021 S Walker Ave #201
Oklahoma City, OK 73109

Variety Care Britton
721 W Britton Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73114

Upcoming OKC Events

Summer Camp

June 18-21, 2024

We are excited to once again offer our summer enrichment camp for our more experienced listeners.

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Michael Goldbeck smiles in his white coat

Michael’s Story

Michael was diagnosed with bilateral, profound hearing loss in February of 1998 at 18 months of age. At the time, his family was living in New Mexico however his father had just accepted a faculty position at OU College of Dentistry in Oklahoma City. His mom immediately began researching hearing care services in Oklahoma City, and her search led her to Speech-Language Pathologist, Joanna Smith (our founder), who was with an organization that in 2003 became Hearts for Hearing.

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Tyler Sams sitting on stairs outside

Tyler’s Story

“Being deaf never really held me back on the court, except during the hottest times of the year,” says Tyler, who recalls, “I did sweat through many Nucleus-5 processors before I started using a waterproof sleeve, which helped.” According to Tyler, the Nucleus-7 handles a lot more sweat than older models, and he’s learned to dry-off his hair more often when playing, and he wears a cap. “He adds, I also keep my hair cut short on the sides and I use toupee tape to help keep processors in place.”

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Carter walking while holding mom's hands

Carter’s Story

When Carter was born in early summer 2022, Mom and Dad say they were “blind-sided” when he was born with bilateral microtia. This is a condition defined as underdevelopment of the ear, which means the ear is either too small or not shaped as it should be, or both. Carter also had a cleft lip on the corner of his mouth. “The pregnancy and delivery had been perfectly normal,” says Mom, “we had no idea he would be born with these conditions until the moment he arrived.”

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Patient Spotlight: Dennis and Hadley Krueger

Listening to each other’s questions and critiques, enjoying laughter, even quiet times of reflection. These moments are part of a grand adventure at Oklahoma City’s National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum shared by Hadley Krueger and her grandfather Dennis.

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