Welcome to Denver Health Audiology! Our team of experts is ready to help you hear the sounds that matter most. Serving patients of all ages, from newborns to seniors, we can help you identify and understand your hearing difficulties and find solutions to increase your sound awareness and communication abilities.

Our audiologists are well trained in the assessment and care for a broad range of hearing and ear-related issues, including the assessment of hearing loss in adult and elderly populations, evaluation of dizziness and balance disorders, hearing conservation for at-risk populations and early identification and treatment of hearing loss in pediatric patients.

Conditions We Treat

In addition to routine hearing tests, our providers are ready and able to evaluate the following for children and adult patients:

Who should see an Audiologist?

Patients experiencing any of the following should speak with their doctor about making an appointment with Denver Health Audiology:

  • Often needing to ask others to speak up or repeat themselves
  • Feeling that your friends and family are mumbling or not speaking clearly
  • Having difficulty hearing in crowds or noise
  • Increasing the volume on your television or radio
  • Having problems hearing over the phone
  • Hearing ringing in one or both ears
  • Feeling dizzy or experiencing vertigo
  • Frequently around loud noise, such as construction work, power tools, firearms or concerts
  • Patients who are diabetic
  • Patients who are going through or have completed chemotherapy

Additionally, we recommend that pediatric patients see an audiologist if they are:

  • Newborns who did not pass their hearing screening at birth
  • Newborns who spent time in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU)
  • Children who were born prematurely
  • Children who did not pass their hearing screening at school or the pediatrician’s office
  • Children with frequent ear infections
  • Children with delayed speech development
  • Children with a family history of hearing loss in childhood
  • Children who do not seem to hear well at school or at home

Contact our Department:


For Referring Providers:

303-602-6140 (Fax)