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Professional Hearing Services is unique in greater Indianapolis: It’s the area’s most established private audiology practice, it’s the only one that’s owned by a Doctor of Audiology, and it’s the only one that’s AudigyCertified™, which means it’s been selected and certified by an elite group of peers for upholding the highest standards of patient care. Dr. O’Connor is proud of her practice’s excellent reputation and continued growth since 1983. Our mission is to serve the Indianapolis community by delivering compassionate audiology care and outstanding customer service with a personal touch. We provide state-of-the-art hearing aid technology, advanced hearing testing, tinnitus services, and custom hearing protection.
Visit our convenient Indianapolis location to consult with our friendly office staff. We’ll match the right hearing technology to your lifestyle
9011 N Meridian St #205
Indianapolis, Indiana 46260
Hours of Operation
Mon - Thurs: 8am - 5pm
Friday: 8am - 4pm
Alternate times are available by request: Please call our office at 317-844-8127 to schedule your appointment.Contact Us
See what people are saying about Professional Hearing Services
I have been a patient of Dr. O’Connor’s for a number of years. She is always up to date on “the latest information and innovations” in the arena of hearing loss. Always cheerful and thorough. I also appreciate their great office manager/receptionist! It’s a slam dunk at a 5!!!!
Great service and very pleasant to work with. You can't go wrong here.
Mrs. S Lange
I am very pleased how Professional Hearing Services takes the time with each patient. I never feel rushed.
Staff at PHS is very professional, thorough and knowledgeable. All that, and they still manage to run on time and be efficient.
About 10 years ago when I was looking for an audiologist, I asked my friend Debbie (a friend who was a professional in the audiology business) for a recommendation. Debbie had no hesitation in saying Dr. O’Connor was the best audiologist in the state. I live in California now, but I still see Dr. O’Connor. Would not dream of changing; she is that good!
I thought I was missing things on TV and even missing part of the priest’s homily at church. I wasn’t even sure I needed any help when my doctor referred me to Dr. O’Connor. But he assured me that a hearing test never hurts. Dr. O’Connor gave me a thorough test and diagnosed my particular hearing problem. She offered me a choice of hearing solutions, and at first I wasn’t even sure my open-fit digital hearing aids helped that much. But after just a short adjustment period, it’s like my world has gone from black-and-white to full color! Dr. O’Connor is A-OK in my book!
As a Director of New Car Sales at Terry Lee Honda, it was a “Life changing move”! I had known about Dr. O’Connor for several years, as I occasionally played golf with her husband. I came to see her at my wife’s insistence, and even then I was reluctant to follow her advice regarding hearing devices. I’m so glad I did, it was a life changing move!
We’ve been coming here for years, and we are so happy with the service. I had the opportunity to buy cheaper hearing aids, but I chose you because you always keep trying if I have a problem. I feel like you really care about my well-being, and you have served me to my satisfaction. Thank you — you are truly a professional!
Even though I only have a mild hearing loss, my hearing aids help me to hear my three young grandsons. Young children learning to speak are often soft-spoken and unable to articulate their sounds. My hearing aids give me enough boost so that I don’t miss a thing! They “sharpen” my hearing. I sure appreciate Dr. O’Connor’s recommendation to take care of this “mild” hearing loss.
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