University of Tennessee Hearing Center

455 South Stadium Hall Knoxville, TN 37996
(865) 329-7648

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Until further notice, this clinic is taking emergency appointments only. Please call for details.

Staff

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Beth Humphrey,
AuD, CCC-A

Audiologist

Dr. Humphrey specializes in diagnostic audiology and amplification for both pediatric and adult populations, cochlear implant programming, and auditory processing evaluations

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Kelly Yeager,
AuD, CCC-A

Audiologist

Dr. Yeager primarily serves birth to age 21 including, infant hearing screenings / electrophysiological diagnostic evaluations, audiological behavioral diagnostic evaluations, hearing aid/ FM evaluations/fittings, cochlear implant mapping and family support/education.

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Erin Plyler,
AuD, CCC-A

Audiologist

Dr. Plyler serves pediatric patients birth through 21 years old. Specializing in pediatric diagnostics, amplification (hearing aids and FM systems) and auditory processing evaluations

Nancy Schay,
AuD, CCC-A

Audiologist

Dr. Schay specializes in adult diagnostic & amplification services, auditory electrophysiological assessment and vestibular assessment

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Steven Doettl,
AuD, CCC-A

Audiologist

Dr. Doettl specializes in vestibular evaluation and treatment, auditory and vestibular electrophysiological assessment, diagnostic evaluation and amplification for the adult population

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Jennifer Hausladen,
AuD, CCC-A

Audiologist

Dr. Hausladen specializes in adult diagnostic evaluation and amplification services

Location

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Reviews

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Read 7 verified patient reviews for University of Tennessee Hearing Center! Their average review score is 4.43 () from 7 reviews.

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“Before receiving my cochlear implant I had seen Steven Doettl and Beth Humphrey many times. I am most grateful for their care. They were kind and most helpful. I am grateful for your help. ”

of Maryville, TN   
09/07/2020    Review submitted online
5 out of 5 1.

“I have seen Dr. Humphrey and her students several times since getting my cochlear implant. I do not feel rushed and am given full explanations of what they are doing. I think their level of expertise is equal to that of Vanderbilt where the surgery was done and where the implant was originally calibrated. ”

   
06/12/2019    Review submitted online
5 out of 5 1.

“Dr. Humphrey and staff are the best I've ever worked with. Always helpful, taking extra time to explain an make sure things are done right.”

of Sevierville, TN   
02/28/2018    Review submitted online
5 out of 5 1.

“Very dissapointed with the whole clinic. Rude staff to make appointments, they reschedule it. I don't think instructors are available. Just terrible.”

of Madisonville, TN   
06/16/2016    Review submitted online
1 out of 5 1.

“They made sure I understood everything as they were going along and worked really nice.”

of Newport, TN   
12/17/2015    Review verified by phone
5 out of 5 1.

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Clinic details

Located on The University of Tennessee campus in Neyland Stadium, UT Hearing Center was founded in 1953 along with the Speech Center to meet the needs of children and adults with speech, language, and hearing problems. UT Hearing Center functions as an educational facility as well as a service provider within the Department of Audiology and Speech Pathology.

The Hearing Center provides diagnostic and treatment services for children, adolescents, and adults who have hearing impairment. The clinical services are provided by doctoral students under the supervision of highly qualified Doctors of Audiology who also hold certification awarded by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.

Hearing care services

The University of Tennessee Hearing Center offers a full range of heasring healthcare services for children and adults, including:

  • Hearing screenings
  • Complete hearing tests
  • Hearing aid evaluations
  • Hearing aids – A wide selection of top-quality digital hearing instruments from the best manufacturers
  • Computerized hearing aid fittings to ensure proper amplification
  • Hearing aid accessories
  • Hearing aid service including cleaning, checks, maintenance and repairs
  • Hearing aid batteries
  • Custom earmolds for hearing aids and earplugs for swimming and hearing protection
(865) 329-7648

Hours of operation

SundayClosed
Monday8 am - 4:30 pm
Tuesday8 am - 4:30 pm
Wednesday8 am - 4:30 pm
Thursday8 am - 4:30 pm
Friday8 am - 4:30 pm
SaturdayClosed

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Accepted forms of payment

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  • Discover
  • Cash
  • Check
  • Debit
  • Financial aid
Disclaimer: This clinic profile is for general information purposes only.
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