Following guidelines of local, state and federal health officials, the CDC and the WHO, we have begun re-opening our hearing centers. However, the health of our patients, hearing care professionals and associates remains our top priority. For more information and a list of the locations that are open, click here.

Become a Team Member at Hearing Rehab Center

Here at Hearing Rehab Center, instead of focusing solely on treatment, we work hard to improve our patient relationships. Where others schedule, we invite. Where others prescribe, we recommend. And in an industry that’s becoming increasingly competitive, we thrive.

Learn From The Best

Whether you’re helping patients on the phone or fitting the latest hearing aid, working at Hearing Rehab Center gives you the benefit of working alongside some of the most experienced, successful folks in the hearing care industry.


Hearing Rehab Center offers a competitive salary, a challenging work environment, and a full benefits package, including:

  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • 15 days combined PTO
  • Life insurance
  • Death and disability coverage
  • 401k

Current Openings at Hearing Rehab Center

Audiologists are responsible for administering diagnostic hearing evaluations that allow the differentiation between types of hearing disorders. Audiologists provide hearing aid testing, selection, and fitting to all populations. The ability to effectively counsel patients regarding test results and review hearing aid options is key to the success of an audiologist.
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Hearing Instrument Specialist:
Hearing instrument specialists are responsible for helping patients hear better.  This includes performing comprehensive hearing evaluations, hearing aid fittings, real ear measurements, and hearing aid adjustments. The ability to effectively counsel patients regarding test results and review hearing aid options is key to the success of a hearing instrument specialist.
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Patient Care Coordinator:
The Patient Care Coordinator supports the ongoing high level of patient care while supporting office team. The Patient Care Coordinator is the first point of contact for customers at Hearing Rehab Center and is responsible for greeting customers, answering the phones, scheduling appointments, completing administrative processing and record-keeping.
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Doctoral Extern Program:
We find the nation’s top audiology students and give them real-world training in our clinics. These select students are guided and work alongside HRC’s premier hearing care providers, helping them learn multiple approaches and techniques in delivering exceptional hearing care to a broad spectrum of patients with a wide variety of hearing difficulties.

Join the Hearing Rehab Center Team

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