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  Audiology Clinic
Audiology Clinic
Evans Army Community Hospital
Second Floor, Room 2300
1650 Cochrane Circle
Fort Carson, CO 80913

Business hours
Monday-Friday 7:15 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Closed on Federal Holidays and Selected Training Holidays

Contact information
(719) 524-6398/6399

Directions (to the clinic/service)
The Audiology Clinic is co-located with the ENT Clinic in Room 2300 on the second floor of the main hospital. Patients should park in the "A" parking lot just west of the main entrance and go up the first staircase or take the elevators on the left to the second floor. Turn left from the stairs or walk straight ahead from the elevator, across the bridge, to the ENT/Audiology Clinic.

The Audiology Clinic delivers patient-centered health care to adults, infants, children, and adolescents with hearing or communication concerns.

Primary services
• Diagnostic hearing tests for all ages
• Outpatient newborn hearing screenings
• Tinnitus management
• Dizziness evaluations
• Hearing Aid services for Active Duty only

Who can be seen here?
Active duty service members referred from Hearing Readiness or the ENT Clinic, plus any Tricare Prime beneficiaries referred from the ENT Clinic.

Walk-in Services
Hearing aid repairs for Active Duty only

Commonly asked Questions and Answers
Can you update my hearing readiness for MEDPROS?
No, we cannot. You must go to Hearing Readiness.

Do I need a referral?
Yes, active duty service members require a referral from Hearing Readiness or the ENT Clinic. Tricare Prime beneficiaries receiving care at the ENT Clinic can also be referred to Audiology. Other beneficiaries that require a hearing test must be referred off-post by their Primary Care Manager.

Can you dispense hearing aids to a retiree?
No, we cannot. Please contact the VA for hearing aid services.

After duty hours, weekends, and holidays, please report to the Emergency Room for any Audiology emergencies. Hearing Readiness is also available to Active Duty during business hours if you have a sudden hearing loss in the field or at the range.



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Last Modified 24 November, 2015