Hearing Program


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Soldier Readiness Processing Center (SRPC)


Hearing Program
Soldier Readiness Processing Center (SRPC)
6351 Wetzel Ave
BLDG 1525 , Room 422
Fort Carson, Colorado 80913

  • Phone: 719-526-6976
Business Hours
  • Monday - Friday from 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
  • Last walk-in group is tested at 3:00 p.m.
  • Closed: The Second Thursday afternoon of every month for training
  • Closed: All Federal Holidays and Selected Training Holidays

The Hearing Program Clinic is located within the Soldier Readiness Center. Upon entry immediately turn left and walk towards the restrooms. Turn left down the last hallway. The clinic is the first door on your right.


The Hearing Program Clinic delivers patient-centered health care to Active Duty Soldiers and noise exposed civilian workers. The Hearing Program Clinic staff provides care primarily to Active Duty Soldiers. Within the clinic there are hearing technicians and Audiologists. The hearing technicians provide annual hearing health education and conduct group hearing testing. If a Soldier is identified with a shift in their hearing they will have to return for a follow-up hearing test before being scheduled with an Audiologist. Hearing technicians may also identify a projected hearing profile and will also schedule that Service Member an appointment with the Audiologist.


  • The last group of hearing testing is at 3:00 p.m. Advise to come at 2:45 p.m. to be included in the last group of testing. The clinic is available for administration purposes (i.e. providing copies to Soldiers) until 4:00 p.m.
  • We are open during lunch.
  • Due to the SRC mission in/out- processors, pre/post- deployers have priority over walk-ins. We apologize for the inconvenience.
  • Soldiers should bring their hearing protection with them to their hearing exam to complete a fit check.
  • Group hearing (DOEHRS-HC) exams for: annuals, terminations, physicals
  • Comprehensive audiology diagnostic exams
  • Hearing aid evaluations and discussions
  • Hearing aid fittings and follow-ups
  • Acoustic trauma evaluations
  • Group hearing tests for annuals, terminations, and school physicals (DOEHRS-HC)
  • • Basic hearing aid repairs

Who Can Be Seen Here

  • Active Duty Military
  • Noise exposed personnel identified through Occupational Health


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