Central Oregon Audiology Welcomes New Audiologist


Central Oregon Audiology announced the addition of Cory Richards to their Bend practice.  Richards received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Washington State University. He completed his internships at University of Pennsylvania and Oregon Health Science University with a specialty in Vestibular disorders (diagnosis and treatment of patients with issues of dizziness, balance and sudden onset hearing loss).

He was appointed to the staff of private practice within the Pullman Regional Hospital in Washington, followed by four and one half years at the Central Oregon Ear, Nose, Throat clinic. He joins Central Oregon Audiology as a full time staff member and is accepting new patients for diagnostic and rehabilitative services, including the fitting and dispensing of current hearing aid technologies.

Central Oregon Audiology staff are fully credentialed providers of diagnostic Audiology, hearing instrument dispensing, hearing conservation and rehabilitation services.

The culture of Central Oregon Audiology, from patient coordinators to providers to accounts, is a helpful completely non sales attitude.  Their purpose is to apply their collective expertise to achieving patient  goals for hearing in a way that is always professional, caring and considerate of the patients’  time, physical and emotional comfort and, of course, budget.

Offices are conveniently located on main routes and “park by the door” first floor suites. They are designed with consideration of patient privacy from check in through check out. Office hours are also conveniently from 8am to 5pm and remain open through the lunch hour, Monday through Friday. They employ sufficient personnel to avoid interruption of care during staff absences such as vacation, relocation, or extended illness.

Central Oregon Audiology offers a 100 percent service satisfaction guarantee and their technologies are also unsurpassed. As an independent Audiology practice they are able to select technologies from any of the world’s best manufacturers. They have the flexibility to make rapid changes based on the most current research and product development. They provide an array of technological options within each price and lifestyle category. All of the providers demonstrate an enormous commitment to professional development through constant continuing education.

In addition to diagnostic audiology for hearing loss, dizziness and tinnitus, and the hearing instrument dispensing program, Central Oregon Audiology offers helpful programs such as:
Aural Rehabilitation Classes (onsite classroom training for individuals with hearing loss, their families, coworkers, teachers, etc.)

Mobile Hearing Conservation for Industry (for Noise Exposed Workers)

Professional In Service Training for Elder Care Providers (for medical, nursing staff, in home care)

Mobile Community Outreach ( evaluation, fitting and service center)

541-389-6669, www.centraloregonaudiology.com .


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