A locally owned and operated hearing clinic by an award-winning Doctor of Audiology, we are proud to be serving your community with quality hearing solutions for the past 20 plus years. We are committed to providing high quality hearing care to adults and children. We have a Doctor of Audiology, five Audiologists, three Hearing Instrument Specialists on staff and three convenient locations.
As registered members of the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario, we are among the highest qualified regulated hearing healthcare professionals in Canada. We specialize in rehabilitating patients of all ages with hearing loss including local infants identified through the provincial Infant Hearing Program. From hearing tests to tinnitus management, we do it all! Call to find out more about all of the hearing services we offer.
Visit One of Our 3 Locations
The Ear and Hearing Clinic locations are wheelchair-accessible with plenty of parking. The clinics feature state-of-the-art technology in a patient-centered environment.
Elmira, Ontario Clock Tower Wellness Centre Ear & Hearing Clinic
69 Arthur Street South
Elmira, Ontario CA N3B 2M8
Kitchener, Ontario Ear & Hearing Clinic
629-1187 Fischer-Hallman Rd.
Building 600, 2nd Floor
Kitchener, Ontario CA N2E 4H9
Palmerston & District Hospital
500 Whites Road
Palmerston, Ontario N0G2P0
Everyone asks for a tour to see our Elmira Clock Tower Wellness Centre tower bell. Here is a behind-the-scenes photo for you.
Fun fact about this location – a volunteer winds the clock twice a week (127 turns each time). It is very heavy!
Formally this building was a police station. The basement shows where the old town jail was, as well as the police rifle range, where they had target practice.
Hearing Health Care Services
There is a wide assortment of hearing aid styles and technologies available in hearing instruments today that could work for your lifestyle and degree of hearing loss.
Often described as a ringing, buzzing or pulsing sensation in the ears. Tinnitus is a sensation of sound in the absence of any external stimulation.
Ear Wax Removal
Wax is a natural product of the ear canal that serves many important functions, however, it can become a problem if it builds up in the ear canal.
There are four types of hearing loss: Conductive, Sensorineural, Mixed and Central. If any part of the hearing system is unable to function, the result is hearing loss.
A hearing assessment is a good way to get a baseline of how you are hearing now for future comparison. A hearing test is easy and painless.
Nursing Home Support
If you or your loved one is unable to visit our clinic, we now offer on-site, nursing home support and clinics throughout most of Ontario.