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Hearing Health Center (HHC) was founded in 1984 by Dr. Ronna Fisher, Au.D., because of her experience watching her father struggle with an increased difficulty hearing and communicating. "My father's hearing didn't just affect him; it affected our entire family. He missed so much of my life, and it didn't have to be that way."
The practice has grown to become Chicago's premier hearing facility. The doctors of audiology at Hearing Health Center are renowned for their skill in comprehensive hearing assessments, diagnosing and treatment of balance and vestibular disorders, and prescribing and individually tuning every type of hearing aid and personal communication device available.
“Because of the outstanding professional care that I have received from you and everyone there at the Hearing Health Center I feel compelled now to write to you in order to express my regard and my appreciation for the wonderful work you are doing on behalf of so many of us who have suffered from hearing impairment.
Your patience, your constant updating of better procedures, your willingness to follow up, and the results that I have experienced because of you and your coworkers there has truly improved the quality of life for me and for so many others who have benefited not only from your expertise but from how sincerely you all do care about your patients.
You don’t just do it the “easy way.” You do it the right way! And I am but one of many people who is able to enjoy myself more fully because of what you have done on my behalf.”
- Marv Levy, CoachMore Testimonials
Month of July
During the month of April, we are inviting our friends and neighbors to obtain a free baseline hearing check-up and to experience Lyric- the world's first and only 100% invisible hearing device! Acute hearing stimulates your memory and your brain- your brain keeps you young! Please call any of our offices to schedule your complimentary appointment today!
Need to quickly drop something off or pick something up from our Chicago or Oak Brook offices? For your convenience, we now offer curbside pickup and delivery services! Simply notify the office 15 minutes before your arrival, and a member of our team will come right to your car.
Call Chicago at (312) 263.7171
Call Oak Brook at (630) 571.7111
The mission of the Fisher Foundation is to enhance the quality of life through better hearing. We provide educational seminars, counseling, and research in Chicago and the surrounding suburbs in order to raise public awareness of the acute importance of protection, detection, and treatment of hearing disorders to creating overall good health. We are a resource that others may turn to for assistance when they have no other access or funding for hearing health care.Read More
Hike 4 Better Hearing
Join us on August 29 at 9am for our 2nd Annual Hike 4 Better Hearing!
This year’s event will take place at the Danada Forest Preserve (3S580 Naperville Rd, Wheaton, IL 60189). It’s a beautiful hike around the path- walk, run, hike, rest- or just have fun to support a good cause! With your help and support we can make our second Hike 4 Better Hearing even more successful than the first!
The proceeds from the Hike will fund the Fisher Foundation for Hearing Health Care. Help us raise $36,000 by August 1st so that we can donate quality hearing aids to 10 people in need, allowing them to participate in life again!
Click below to support the cause!
2014 Hike 4 Better Hearing
The Fisher Foundation for Hearing Health Care held its first Hike 4 Better Hearing on September 20, 2014! The Hike raised $15,000 and enabled six people and their extended families to be reunited once again.
In addition, the Hike brought hearing health awareness to dozens of communities, facilities, and health care professionals. Reggie Smith, former NFL player and vice president of the Chicago chapter of the NFL Players Association, showed his support by joining the cause with his family.
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