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HearWell Center
Audiologist and Hearing Aid Services in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area

At HearWell Center we take pride in finding the best hearing solution(s) to meet your needs. We take the necessary time to learn about your lifestyle and the expectations that you have about hearing solutions. Patient education and counseling about hearing related issues is a very important part of the rehabilitative process and we make sure that we are there for you each step along the way. If you have a hearing problem, we have a hearing solution.

HearWell Center - Services Provided

Meet the Doctor

Dr. Suzanne Yoder, Au.D. has earned her B.A., M.A. and Au.D. degrees. She is a licensed audiologist with the highest clinical degree in her field. She is board certified by the American Board of Audiology and a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology, the Academy of Doctors of Audiology and the Pennsylvania Academy of Audiology. She was born and raised in the Pittsburgh area.


...From the time I walked into the office I was immediately put at ease. Dr. Yoder is one of the few professionals I have encountered that actually takes the time to talk to you and really cares. She has gone above and beyond what I feel any other Dr. would have. Joye Myers

Press Releases

HearWell Center Offering Hearing Care Seminars as a Community Service to Local Clubs, Businesses and Organizations

HearWell CenterFor more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact:

HearWell Center
2400 Ardmore Blvd., Suite 401
Pittsburgh, PA

Phone: 412-208-4451
Email: HearWell Center

HearWell Center Celebrates May is Better Hearing and Speech Month

“For over 76 years, May has been designated as Better Hearing and Speech Month,” said Dr. Suzanne Yoder, owner of HearWell Center. “This month-long campaign is an important one, as it creates the opportunity to publicly highlight the many difficulties those with hearing and communication hurdles face on a daily basis.”

How Does Hearing Loss Happen?

According to the National Council on Aging, untreated hearing loss has been linked to increased susceptibility to numerous other health complications, such as arthritis, diabetes, hypertension, depression and anxiety.

“There are several contributing factors to hearing loss and communication difficulties,” continued Dr. Yoder, who has been serving the hearing healthcare needs of Forest Hills for over 4 years. “Heredity, chronic exposure to loud noise, and earwax blockage are just a few of the things obstructing people’s ability to enjoy better hearing. Our goal is to discover the nature of a person’s hearing difficulty and create solutions for them.”

How Hearing Technology Can Help Those With Hearing Difficulties

According to a study conducted by Michigan State University, an estimated 28 million people in the United States experience some type of treatable hearing loss, yet less than a quarter of those people use hearing device technology to enhance their hearing.

“I would recommend people get their hearing checked on an annual basis to ensure they are always hearing their best,” said Dr. Yoder. “We get regular eye and dental exams—why should our hearing be treated any differently?”

You or a loved one should get your hearing evaluated if you are experiencing:

By raising awareness, reducing the stigmas attached to hearing difficulties, and supporting one another in our efforts toward achieving better hearing, we can ensure that “Better Hearing and Speech Month” will be a lifetime of better hearing for everyone.
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