At Longmont Hearing & Tinnitus Center, we’re dedicated to providing the highest level of medically-oriented diagnostic and treatment services for hearing loss.
Our Doctors of Audiology will evaluate your hearing, and if needed, help you select from a wide variety of hearing aids and assistive listening devices. We also provide comprehensive care for tinnitus (ringing in the ears) as well as cochlear implant assessment, activation and mapping.
We encourage patients to call their insurance provider to verify their benefits prior to their appointment. The insurance provider’s customer service number is usually found on the back of the insurance card.
Call us at 303-651-1178. We can answer questions or schedule a free hearing screening quickly over the phone. Our amazing team is here to help! Contact us here.
“Excellent, professional and very friendly service! I would highly recommend anyone with ear issues to go here! I have a unique situation with my hearing aid needs and they were incredibly patient and diligent about making sure that I was completely happy. I am not only happy, I am thrilled to have an option that works!” -Suzanne D.
“Melanie & Dr. Rudden were fantastic in making me feel that I was in qualified hands. A very thorough assessment, followed by an education on the different styles of hearing aids. One thing to me that was amazing was they’re we’re so many price levels available once you chose your style of hearing aid. I felt I was able to afford & finally hear what I have been missing. Looking forward to a better world, thank you Longmont Hearing & Tinnitus, & especially Melanie & Dr. Rudden!” -Patty S.
“The receptionist was friendly, warm and inviting. They offered us an assortment of drinks while we waiting. Minimal paperwork. The doctor was awesome. She was super gentle and easy to talk to and more than willing to give us as much information as she could. She answered all our questions and was able to completely clean my wife’s ears. Very happy and will definitely revisit. Highly recommend.” -James C.
“I have been wearing Costco hearing aids for the last three years and have not been completely happy with them. I bought them due to the lesser cost.
I now understand why buying hearing aids from an ACTUAL Audiologist is the way to go. I can’t stress enough how thorough the testing process is and how much more involved the software used to test and set up the hearing aids is. I am technically savy and was highly impressed with the entire process.
I’ve been fitted and have new Starkey Hearing aids from LH&TC as of today.
I can highly recommend them to anyone with hearing issues.” -Paul H.
“Absolutely excellent care and incredibly welcoming. They went out of their way to make sure I was comfortable and were so considerate of my experience. Not only that, they also solved the problem I went in for completely and referred me to someone for my next steps whenever that would work for me. This was an extremely positive experience and creates a great standard I wish the rest of the medical community followed!” – Thomas M.
“The first hearing center that my husband has visited that provided exceptional service. Dr. Rudden took her time following the evaluation to explain the results and educate. The plan is to trial diagnostic hearing devices that will provide data for the best solution for his hearing loss and tinnitus. The treatment plan is individualized and not generic. Dr. Rudden and her staff are professional, knowledgeable and caring. It is rare to find this dedicated service and culture in our healthcare system.” -Lugene C.
“All of the staff at Longmont Hearing and Tinnitus Center are incredibly caring and professional. As a longtime tinnitus sufferer, I wasn’t sure where to turn, but Dr. Rudden was able to help me better understand how tinnitus can be treated by helping the brain find ways to process sound differently. While I wasn’t thrilled about doing the multi-week trial with a test pair of hearing aids, I found that trial to be incredibly helpful. It allowed me to witness how improved hearing clarity helped my brain shift away from putting undue focus on the tinnitus sounds that had become dominant. The trial also gave me a chance to learn more about what future steps I wanted to take in terms of dealing with the tinnitus and I opted for in-canal/invisible aids. Having already gone through the trial (I believe it was three weeks), I was much more prepared to adjust to my own hearing aids when they arrived, making my learning curve much simpler. All of the staff were incredibly helpful and thorough in walking me through the steps involved. Their caring attitude and willingness to explain everything is superb.” -Cristine M.