Oklahoma State Department of Health Pediatric Audiology Program

About the Pediatric Audiology Program:

The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) Pediatric Audiology Program’s vision and mission are improving opportunities for Oklahoma infants, toddlers, and children by establishing the gold standard of hearing healthcare in rural county health departments for the early detection, diagnoses, and treatment of childhood hearing loss no matter where a family lives, provide family-centered support, and outreach education.

Comprehensive diagnostic audiological assessments are available for children from birth through 21 years of age. No referral is necessary and there is no out-of-pocket expense for families. All insurance is accepted. The family does not have to reside in the county where the clinic is located.

OSDH Pediatric Audiology’s clinic locations are mainly housed in county health departments in the following cities: Ada, Bartlesville, Claremore, Clinton, Enid, McAlester, Lawton, Moore, Muskogee, and Stillwater. The other clinics are at Oklahoma City SoonerStart, Tulsa County SoonerStart, and the JD McCarty Center for Children with Developmental Disabilities. To make an appointment, a family or provider just needs to call the location directly. 

Refer to the contact information listed in the policies and procedures document for each county health department audiology clinic location.

Contact:

Debbie Earley, Aud CCC-A
Program Manager
Cleveland County Health Department (Moore location)
424 S. Eastern Ave.
Moore, OK 73160
405-794-1591
debbiee@health.ok.gov

Partners with ABLE Tech:

  • Device Demonstration Program

AT Categories:

  • Hearing

Download the OSDH Pediatric Audiology Program Policies & Procedures.

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