Dr. Suzette Pace is the owner of Cortland Hearing Aids. She earned her master’s degree in Audiology from Syracuse University and her doctorate in Audiology from PCO, School of Audiology. She has been a clinical Audiologist for the over 14 years and is a licensed hearing aid dispenser. She looks forward to assisting you with your hearing needs.
Read 6 verified patient reviews for Cortland Hearing Aids! Their average review score is 5 ().
“They were competent, helpful.”
“My mom went here and she had a wonderful experience, she was very satisfied, which makes me very happy.They were very courteous and Suzette was very patient with my mom and the hearing problems. My mom overall had a great experience there. Better than the last place definitely. ”
“They were easy to understand and approachable. They told me in advance everything they were going to do so there is no questioning or anxiety or anything - they were just very very nice. ”
“I liked everything! She was very pleasant and very knowledgeable. She took time with him to make sure I understood how it worked and how it went on and took the time to answer my questions. She was just amazing. ”
“They were friendly, courteous and seemed very competent and informative. They answered any question I had. ”
About this clinic
Our mission here at Cortland Hearing Aids is to provide you with the highest quality of hearing healthcare in a relaxed and comfortable environment. Our practice is dedicated to providing the very best and most comprehensive diagnostic and rehabilitative hearing healthcare possible.
Cortland Hearing Aids is owned and operated by Dr. Suzette Pace. Suzette has been providing the Cortland community with professional audiological services since 1999. She is committed to providing her patients with the knowledge and understanding of their hearing loss, and to making the best recommendations based on each individual's hearing needs.
Cortland Hearing Aids welcomes you to better hearing with the following services:
Hearing evaluations (Hearing Tests)
Performed in a sound proof booth by a NYS licensed audiologist with state-of-the-art equipment.
Otoacoustic emission testing
Testing that is typically used to screen infants or developmentally disabled patients that cannot give behavioral responses. It can differentiate between sensory and neural components of sensorineural hearing loss.
Tinnitus evaluations and counseling
Tinnitus (ringing in the ears) is often associated with hearing loss. A tinnitus evaluation can help to provide insight into the proper coping techniques.
Hearing aid evaluations and fittings
Determine candidacy for amplification and select the appropriate hearing device based on the individuals hearing loss and lifestyle.
Hearing aid repairs
Cleaning, tubing changes and minor repairs on all brands of hearing aids.
Custom made hearing aid earmolds
Often used for hearing protection, swimming, iPods, cell phone users.
Call this clinic today!
|Monday||9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Tuesday||9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Wednesday||9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Thursday||9:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Friday||8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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