Hearts for Hearing Tulsa

Our clinic’s Tulsa location, housed in the Legacy Plaza Assistance League Building, brings our mission of compassionate care to northeastern Oklahoma. With our expert staff and state-of-the-art facilities, we’re dedicated to providing the highest quality care to our patients in Tulsa and the surrounding communities. From routine check-ups to specialized treatments, our Tulsa location is committed to helping our patients achieve their best possible health outcomes.

Services We Offer:

Hearts for Hearing – Legacy Plaza
5350 E. 31st St, Ste 301
Tulsa, OK 74135

Hearts for Hearing – Hillcrest
1145 S. Utica Avenue #302
Tulsa, OK 74104

Upcoming Tulsa Events

Tulsa Summer Camp

June 11-14, 2024

We are excited to be in Tulsa and offer our third annual two-day summer enrichment camp for our more experienced listeners. 

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Stories of Hope Tulsa

Fall 2024

We are excited to host Stories of Hope fundraising luncheon chaired by Cara Hair and Caron Lawhorn! 

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Latest Tulsa News

View more of our Tulsa Stories Here.

photo of a boy in front of a tree with cochlear implants and an off the ear processor

Rodrigo’s Story

Rodri – as his family calls him – was born prematurely in Venezuela and spent the first weeks of his life in the hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and, according to his mom, survived thanks to oxygen support and antibiotics. She tells us, “We were told Rodri lost his hearing sometime in his first three months of life due to the antibiotics he had to be given to live.”

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Henrietta’s Story

Henrietta experienced hearing loss as a young adult. “Music is her love language,” says Mom, “and my vibrant, bubbly, gregarious child who loves everybody – and wants to sing and dance with you – found herself in an increasingly silent world. She was in depression.”

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black and white photo of a young boy with cochlear implants shaking a tambourine

Elijah’s Story

When Elijah was born, he was “absolutely perfect” recalls his mom. “We didn’t think anything of it when he did not pass his newborn hearing screen, and we were told it was probably just fluid in his ear.” Elijah was referred for a routine follow-up which again he did not pass. “Even then, it wasn’t scary for me because we didn’t have any hearing loss in our family, so we didn’t think it was even a possibility.”

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Tulsa Patient Spotlight: Liberty

Liberty was born with hearing loss, but this is no issue for her with help from Hearts for Hearing.

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