Hearing Services of Santa Barbara has one goal, and that is to make sure that you feel supported every step of your hearing aid and hearing health journey.
We are always aligned with our mission statement:
At Hearing Services of Santa Barbara, we are dedicated to your overall hearing health. We want you to enjoy life and interact socially with confidence. We promise to professionally analyze your specific hearing loss, provide educated and informed solutions, and guarantee a “perfect fit” and after care for you and your hearing aids.
Please read below to learn more about the specific appointments that our office offers. We recommend following our “best practice” sequence of visits, which was created to help you seamlessly transition into wearing your new hearing aids.
For a medical emergency, please call 911
To request an appointment or to connect with our team, please complete the form.
Our team will contact you during our regular business hours.
Request a Visit
Contact Hearing Services of Santa Barbara to schedule:
- a complimentary Hearing Aid Evaluation
- an appointment to adjust your hearing aids
- an appointment to repair your hearing aids and accessories
- an appointment to learn more about noise protection and custom plugs
- an annual hearing test
- a home visit
Our Santa Barbara office located in the new Goleta Valley Medical Building is open Monday through Thursday 8 – 5, and Friday 8-1. Our Solvang office is open Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 – 5.
If you need us to come to you, we offer home visits. Please call us at (805) 967-4200 to talk with our Patient Care Coordinator to schedule an appointment.
Comprehensive Medical Evaluation
If you have any of the following medical indicators, a comprehensive medical evaluation should be arranged through either your primary physician or ENT Associates of Santa Barbara (805) 964-6926.
- Deformity of the Ear
- Drainage from the ear within the previous 90 days.
- Sudden or rapidly progressive hearing loss within the previous 90 days.
- Acute or chronic dizziness.
- Unilateral hearing loss.