We offer hearing services for individuals of all ages in the Kansas City area.
The Hearing Clinic at KU Medical Center, in Kansas City, Kansas, provides important hearing care services for individuals of all ages. Students assist in clinical services provided by certified doctoral-level audiologists who are also faculty members.
Part of KU HealthPartners, the clinic offers patients increased access to referrals and resources that may be necessary following the patient's evaluation. Other partners include multiple departments from KU Medical Center.
Hartley Family Center for Childhood Hearing
For pediatric hearing services, the Hartley Family Center for Childhood Hearing serves families with children of all ages who are deaf or hard of hearing, as well as children of parents with deafness through the study of nature, causes and diagnosis.
Directed by Lauren Mann, Au.D., CCC-A, and administered through the KU Department of Hearing and Speech at KU Medical Center, the center was named in honor of W.C. Hartley and his family. Because of the Hartley family's generous gifts in support, more than 500 families of children with deafness or hearing loss have received assistance.
We've added new protocols for in-person visits along with Telehealth services. Visit the information for patients page for details.
This clinic does not offer walk-in hours. An appointment is required and can be requested online. Email or call 913-588-5730 to schedule a visit to the clinic. Se Habla Español • TTY 711