Licensed hearing care experts
Each of our Audika locations has trained professionals who are experts in treating your unique hearing loss. Your Audika hearing care expert is qualified to carry out all the evaluations needed to assess your hearing health. Audika offers ongoing training for all personnel involved in your care, so your provider can stay up-to-date with the latest advancements and technology trends in the field.
Locations near you
Audika has over 2,300 locations worldwide. Use our hearing center locator to find a clinic near you!
Latest technology and brands
We offer the latest advancements in hearing aid technology, supported by reputable and trusted brands such as Oticon and Bernafon.
You will receive and discuss your hearing test during your appointment. We take the time to discuss your individual hearing loss and help you explore the solutions that will best suit your needs and lifestyle. From the moment you step into an Audika office and receive your first hearing test, you can expect to be wearing your new hearing aids within one week (up to three weeks for certain customized hearing aids.)
Free hearing tests - with no obligations
We have experienced first-hand the benefits of early detection when it comes to hearing loss. That’s why we provide all customers (both new and current) with free hearing tests and give them the opportunity to better their hearing health.
Personalized and ongoing care
Our providers know that people who visit Audika have individual needs regarding the hearing aid type, color, and style – as well as their personal budget. Even after your first fitting, our doors are open for follow-up visits and ongoing hearing care. We offer warranties and repair services for all the devices we sell.
Free hearing aid trials
Your new hearing aid will be accompanied by a free trial. You will be able to test out the hearing aid free of charge before committing to your chosen model and style.
We encourage you to bring a close friend or family member – someone whose voice you know well. They can provide support in the process - as well as provide their own experience with your hearing loss symptoms.
Why bring someone to a hearing test