Philip griffin

Philip Griffin, AuD

Audiologist in Chapel HIll

Doctor of Audiology - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Service Quality Badge
  • Verified Provider Badge
  • Excellence Award
American Board of Audiology Certified AAA - North Carolina Chapter American Academy of Audiology

About Philip

Three 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 accredited university programs) is the highest level of training for a non-physician hearing care provider. In contrast, non-audiologist hearing aid dispensers in North Carolina are not healthcare professionals but are legally classified as tradesmen, and are only required to have a high school diploma and one year of supervised training to dispense hearing aids.

2) Insist on having advanced tuning procedures done; most critically, one called real-ear-measures. This verifies that the amplification provided by the hearing aids is correctly tailored to your hearing loss, and is the only reliable way to deliver the best possible hearing.

3) Don't get trapped with "locked" hearing aids. Some national chains and even some audiologists "lock" hearing aids that are dispensed to you so that no one but themselves can adjust them. This is an unfair limitation of your ability to find a provider who's best for you if you are unhappy with your hearing.

Find Philip

UNC Hearing and Communication Center
6015 Farrington Rd
Suite 103
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27517
United States of America
(919) 493-7980

Services Provided

Adult Hearing Evaluations

Free Hearing Screenings

Adult Hearing Aid Fittings

Earwax Removal

Otoacoustic Emission Evaluations

Dizziness and Balance Evaluations

Positional Dizziness Treatment

Tinnitus Assessments

Tinnitus Counseling

Musician's Earplugs

Musician's In-Ear-Monitors

Unbundled Hearing Aid Pricing

Hearing Aid Repairs

Hearing Assistance Technology

Tympanometry Evaluations

Real Ear Measurements

Noise Protection Earplugs