Oregon Ear Nose and Throat Center
Your Hearing Aid Specialists
The hearing staff of the Oregon Ear, Nose and Throat Center (OENT) provides comprehensive ear care for the Rogue Valley. Our staff consists of 5 otorhinolaryngologists (ear, nose and throat physicians), 2 doctors of audiology and 1 hearing instrument specialist. Many offices have a hearing aid dealer and/or audiologist but, no medical doctor to deal with treatable hearing loss.
Simply selling you a hearing aid is not our goal. Our audiologists and physicians are trained to base their decisions on pertinent medical information and the patient’s concerns and preferences. Our priority is the correct diagnosis and ultimately the best hearing aids for your situation. We have the unique ability to treat the entire spectrum of hearing related conditions… this, we believe, sets us apart from other providers in the area.
OENT offers advanced testing and services for all ages from pediatric to senior adults. Once it is determined that amplification is needed, our hearing instruments staff can recommend the correct device specific to your individual needs. This assures the correct fit and the correct instrument to maximize your hearing potential in the widest variety of listening situations.
Hearing loss affects 1 in 10 Americans. That equates to approximately 31 million people with some level of hearing loss. The ratio increases to 1 in 3 over the age of 65. Many times hearing loss can give the feeling of being isolated from important events and just everyday communication with family and friends. Don’t let this happen to you…let us help you get “tuned-in” again.
Meet Our Hearing Professionals
Dr. Jeffrey Rice has over 21 years of experience as a clinical audiologist. He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree at Brigham Young University in Communication Sciences in 1988. He then obtained his Master of Science degree in Audiology, also at BYU, in 1990.
Dr. Rice’s education, training and skills
Robert Lee also known as “Bobby” to family, friends, and patients has been a licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist since 2003. Robert has been employed with Oregon Ear Nose and Throat Clinic since March of 2002. Robert has been living in the Rogue Valley since 1972.
Mr. Lee’s education training and skills
As a licensed and certified doctor of audiology, Dr. Meyers has had training in adult and pediatric hearing evaluations, amplification, cochlear implants, vestibular testing, electrophysiological testing and Auditory Processing Disorder testing.
Dr. Meyers’s education training and skills
- - Patient of Oregon ENT Center