Dr. Kerry Ormson is a clinical audiologist in private practice serving his hometown of Amarillo. He earned his bachelor’s degree from West Texas State University, his master’s degree in clinical audiology from Brigham Young University, his doctorate in education from Texas Tech University and his doctorate of audiology from the Pennsylvania School of Optometry and School of Audiology. He is active in numerous professional and civic organizations.
Ormson Hearing Healthcare has been providing comprehensive hearing care and amplification services to the people of the Amarillo community for over 35 years.
Our professional staff focuses on your individual satisfaction to improve the quality of your life through better hearing. We carry a full selection of hearing aids and assistive devices, including new, cosmetically appealing styles and digital models with advanced features, in order to meet your specific hearing needs. Along with our focus on customer service and our established medical referral program, we will ensure that you receive the highest level of hearing care. A routine hearing test is an important part of good health practices, to maintain your overall well being.
Contact us today to schedule your appointment.
Ormson Hearing is your resource for expert hearing care in the Amarillo area, including:
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