ISU Hearing Clinic
ISU Hearing Clinic Fast Facts
650 Memorial Drive Building #68
Pocatello, ID 83209
The clinic is located directly across from Portneuf Medical Center. Parking is labeled clinic patient parking or you may get a parking pass from the clinic secretary upon arrival.
Fall clinic begins the first week in September and continues through the first week in December. Spring clinic begins in mid-January and continues through the last week in April. The clinic is closed for student holidays. The clinic has an active waiting list, to which you may be added by calling the clinic office year round. Clinic hours are by appointment, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Phone: (208) 282 3495
Email: Jessica Hillam
- Hearing Evaluation
- Hearing Aid Evaluation
- Electroacoustic Evaluation of Hearing Aids
- Auditory Processing Evaluation
- Audiologic Rehabilitation
- Auditory Brainstem Response Audiometry
- Otoacoustic Emission Evaluation
- Cochlear Implant Programming
- Electro/Video nystagmography
- Pediatric Hearing Evaluation
The clinic secretary can provide you with information to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. We offer a sliding fee scale dependent upon the number of family members and annual gross adjusted income. Payment is generally due at the time of service, though we also offer payment plans.Make a Payment▶
Facilities, Equipment and Technology
The hearing clinic has four specialty clinic rooms for pediatrics, hearing aids, hearing evaluation, and vestibular evaluation. The clinic has state-of-the-art equipment for hearing aid evaluation, hearing aid programming, hearing evaluation, electrophysiology, cochlear implant programming, and vestibular evaluation.
Benefits to Students
Students in the ISU Hearing Clinic are able to work with a variety of patients during the on-campus clinical portion of their program. Students typically accrue 30-50 hours of patient contact time each semester. Timely feedback from on-site clinical faculty allows students to gain experience across the age span in a variety of disorder areas. The focus of clinical education is ethical, functional assessment and treatment that enhances clients' day to day lives in work, school, and home settings. Students are given opportunities to work with other disciplines such as occupational and physical therapy, speech pathology, and other related disciplines. Students also gain clinical experiences in affiliated off campus sites such as hospitals, public schools, and private practice.
Professional Service Contributions
- State and national professional association activities
- National Association of Future Audiologists of America (NAFDA)
- Students and faculty are involved in many community screening clinics and provide screening services to the local school districts as well as to private organizations.