ASI Audubon


ADDRESS

Audubon County Memorial Hospital

515 Pacific Ave.
Audubon, IA 50025
Phone: (712) 355-5456

OFFICE HOURS

By Appointment Only.

About our Audubon Clinic

Welcome to ASI Audiology and Hearing Instruments in Audubon, Iowa.

ASI has been helping people with hearing loss in the Southwest Iowa community since 1978. We offer a range of affordable products and services including custom hearing aid fitting, hearing aid repairs, hearing aid batteries, custom molds, medical referrals, and assisted listening devices. We also offer a Free Hearing Test to make sure that you are hearing as well as you should be.

Our Team

Our office in Audubon is staffed by Kelly Cook, our Patient Care Coordinator for Audubon.

Audiology Providers

Leah Campbell, Hearing Instrument Specialist, and Amanda Frazier, Hearing Instrument Specialist, regularly see patients at our Audubon location and would be happy to help you find your path to better hearing. 

Hearing Aids

We recommend, fit, and repair hearing aids for people all over Iowa. We are happy to answer your questions about the types of hearing aids we offer. If you are interested in trying out some devices with no financial obligation, we provide free test hearing aids with the newest technology. We offer the most affordable hearing aids in Audubon, Iowa, as well as the most powerful devices. Our hearing professionals can recommend different options based on your budget and lifestyle.

Our hearing aids can have advanced features such as iPhone compatibility, water and dust-proof outer shells, rechargeable batteries, and directional microphones for use in crowded restaurants. or family events. All our hearing aids come with a 30 Day Risk Free Trial, and if the instruments aren’t meeting your needs, your money will be fully refunded. If you already are using hearing aids and would like to try out something new, we offer a Hearing Aid Loaner Program, where you can test the hearing aids you want to learn more about. 

Hearing Loss

No matter who you are, you are affected in some way by preventable hearing loss. In modern day America, there are too many loud situations that we allow to assault our hearing. While it is true that factors such as old age, medication, and family history can influence a loss, noise exposure is a common cause. We use our hearing in small ways for everything we do, it isn't a sense we can just be without. Hearing is critical to communicating with other people in person or over the phone. Without proper hearing, music, television, movies, and stage theater are dramatically less enjoyable.