Frequently Asked
Questions about


Evaluating Your Hearing

Hearing Loss in Adults

Hearing Loss in Children

Testing Hearing in
Babies and Children

Balance Assessment

Hearing Aids

Choosing Hearing Aids

Hearing With Two Ears



Choosing the right audiologist is very important. Audiologists are clinical hearing care specialists with Doctoral or Master level degrees, board-certified by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association, and licensed by the New York State Department of Education, as are physicians and optometrists.

Audionics has been providing the highest quality hearing and hearing aid care for sixty years. Our mature, licensed and certified Audiology staff provides the most up-to-date technology. We continually attend courses and workshops to ensure that we are current on the latest developments in our field. Many years of experience with complex hearing problems helps us to address each person's individual hearing needs.

We provide our services in four locations in New York City, in a warm, professional, private practice atmosphere. We look forward to working with you.

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Audionics accepts

Medicare, Oxford, Aetna/USHealthcare, GHI, HIP and most other health plans for covered audiology services, and are providers for most union and HMO hearing aid plans. Our office staff is knowledgeable and helpful regarding all methods of payment.

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