Total Hearing Care is a comprehensive diagnostic audiology and hearing aid practice whose mission is to provide assistance to anyone looking for hearing healthcare solutions.Our Technology
We provide New Yorkers with comprehensive audiological testing as well as a variety of other services including:
While prevalent in the United States, many Americans don't fully understand hearing loss, how it happens, and what it can mean to you or your loved ones. Our detailed educational material can better help you learn more about it.Read More
We are proud to carry a diverse selection of hearing aid sizes, styles, brands, and accessories.
Our diverse staff comes from a variety of backgrounds and specialties. Get to know more about us here.
Learn about our humble beginnings, and how, 20 years later, we've established ourselves as a center for audiology in the New York City area.
It all starts with a consultation; make an appointment to hear what you've been missing!
Total Hearing Care LLC is a six-time recipient of the New York Mets Spirit Award for our involvement in Deaf and Hard of Hearing Awareness Day. We have contributed over 500 tickets to schools for the deaf and programs for deaf and hard of hearing children to attend a New York Mets home game.
Additionally, we have participated in several activities with CitiField to help raise awareness for hearing loss in both children and adults.
Several of our staff have spoken at career days and various hearing awareness activities with elementary- and high school-aged children about career opportunities available in audiology. Dr. Zumpone-Weibley was most excited when she was asked to speak at her elementary school, PS 201, in Queens. The students really enjoyed hearing from someone who went to their school.
The staff of Total Hearing Care has worked tirelessly for the Starkey Hearing Foundation and have participated in a number of their hearing aid missions in the New York area. To date, Total Hearing Care has helped over 400 children receive free hearing aids from the Starkey Foundation.
Celebrate World Hearing Day!
Hearing loss is an increasingly prevalent issue for Americans, affecting more than 48 million individuals of all ages. Think about it. When was the last time you had your ears checked?
The Next Generation of Athletes Share How They Excel with Better Hearing
Advocates like Grace and Jack continue to pave the way for other athletes with hearing loss. Read what advice that have for playing sports with hearing loss
Your Holiday Gift Guide
During the season of giving, why not gift something that can help protect their hearing, improve the life of their hearing aid, or provide tinnitus relief?
Turn Down the Volume! Toys to Avoid this Holiday Season
Some of 2016's most popular childrens toys could reach dangerous volume levels. Keep their ears safe and know which toys to avoid this holiday season.