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Speech and Hearing Center

About Speech and Hearing Center

USA Health offers a full range of care for speech and hearing issues. Our multidisciplinary team of specialists includes speech pathologists, audiologists, and an ear, nose and throat (ENT) physician. As a comprehensive speech center, we conduct hearing evaluations, voice and swallow evaluations, aphasia therapy for stroke patients and fluency (stuttering) therapy for children. In addition, we program cochlear implants and conduct testing and fittings for hearing aids and other amplification devices.

At the USA Speech and Hearing Center, we treat patients of all ages. Our services include assessment, therapy and treatment for speech, language and hearing conditions, including the following:

Aphasia therapyArticulation therapy Auditory processing Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) Cochlear implant programming Fluency (stuttering) therapy Hearing aid evaluations and fittings Hearing impairment Labyrinthitis (inner ear infection) Meniere's disease Otolaryngology (ear, nose, throat) conditions Swallow therapy Voice evaluations

USA Health Speech and Hearing Center's hours of operation are Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Speech Pathology

Our speech pathologists work with patients who have articulation and fluency (stuttering) problems, as well as with people who have experienced strokes or neurological injuries.

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Speech and Hearing Providers

USA Health offers specialists for various speech, hearing and otolaryngology conditions.

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Parking & Directions

Speech and Hearing Center offers free parking to all patients and guests.

5721 USA Drive North
Health Sciences Building, Suite 1119
Mobile, Alabama 36688
P: (251) 445-9378
F: (251) 445-9377
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Amenities at the Speech and Hearing Center

This clinic offers free parking and complimentaryWi-Fi to patients and their guests.

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Oct282021

Robert Gilbert, M.D., a radiation oncologist at USA Health Mitchell Cancer Institute and assistant professor of interdisciplinary clinical oncology at the USA College of Medicine, will present “Emerging Trends in Radiation for Breast Cancer,” at a Med School Café lecture on Thursday, Oct. 28, at noon. The event will be held virtually via Zoom.

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