In 2004, the UNC Hearing and Communication Center was established at the intersection of Farrington Road and Highway 54. Our convenient, off-campus location makes access to comprehensive audiology care even easier. Each of our five licensed audiologists is also a professor in UNC’s Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences. As a teaching clinic, the UNC HCC prides itself in evidence-based methods of care, which are proven to provide patients with the most effective communication. We utilize the newest research and cutting edge technology in every aspect of treatment.
We look forward to working with you, wherever you are in your hearing journey! Whether you are seeking help for the first time or have worn hearing aids for years, the UNC HCC is dedicated to providing individualized, comprehensive and compassionate hearing care for each and every patient.
1 ReviewPatricia is a proud graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill’s Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) program. She loves working at UNC as a Clinical Assistant Professor and audiologist. Her responsibilities include hearing evaluations, fitting and dispensing hearing technology, aural rehabilitation groups and... More
2 ReviewsStephanie Sjoblad, AuD is an Associate Professor at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences. She has served as Clinical Coordinator since 2001 and is the Clinic Director for the UNC Hearing and Communication Center. Dr. Sjoblad also teaches... More
0 ReviewsDr. McKenna’s interests in hearing and cognition in aging, tinnitus, the genetics of hearing loss, hearing loss in school age children, and the benefits/limitations of hearing aid technology are reflected in her clinical practice. A research scientist early in her career, she emphasizes up to... More
0 ReviewsDr. William Hoole joined the UNC Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences faculty as a Clinical Assistant Professor in 2014. His diverse education and work experience that began in the 1990's involves acoustics and sound production, business administration, and social work. It is his love of... More
0 ReviewsThree tips for choosing a hearing provider:1) Choose an audiologist. Audiologists are healthcare providers who diagnose and care for hearing loss and related issues, always in the patient's best interest and with expert skill. A doctoral degree in clinical audiology (8 years total education from... More