Speech & Hearing
At Reading Hospital's Speech & Hearing Center, we are dedicated to the evaluation and treatment of speech and language impairments in children, and hearing impairments in children and adults. Our goal is to provide comprehensive audiology and speech-language care delivered in a comfortable setting.
The Speech and Hearing Center is an outpatient facility located in the Wyomissing Plaza.
Our audiologists specialize in assessment and treatment of infants, children, and adults. The following evaluation and habilitative services are provided:
- Hearing evaluation
- Middle ear impedance testing
- Otoacoustic emission testing
- Auditory brainstem response testing
- Central auditory processing evaluation
- Hearing aid evaluation and dispensing
- Neonatal hearing screening follow-up diagnostic testing
- Cochlear implant evaluation and habilitation
Our speech-language pathologists specialize in providing evaluation and treatment for children (ages 2 ½ through 17 years). Services are provided for the following disorders:
- Auditory processing
Your Care Team
Our audiologists have earned Doctor of Audiology degrees and are certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Serving patients of all ages, we provide comprehensive hearing evaluations, hearing aid evaluation and dispensing, and a Cochlear Implant Program open to children and adults.
Our speech-language pathologists have all obtained master's degrees in speech-language pathology and are certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Caring for children ages 2 1/2 to 17, we provide comprehensive evaluations and individual therapies to help with a variety of impairments affecting normal development of articulation, language, fluency, and pragmatics.
Appointments and Scheduling
Appointments for audiology or pediatric speech services may be arranged by calling the Speech and Hearing Center: 484-628-0302.
Appointments for adult speech services may be arranged through the Reading Hospital for Post-Acute Rehabilitation: 484-628-0301.
Referrals are accepted from any source, including physicians and school therapists. A physician prescription may be required. Patients are advised to check with their insurance to determine coverage and if a referral is required.