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Dr. Karen Lemme obtained her Bachelor of Science degree from Juniata College, her Master's degree in Audiology from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, and her Doctorate of Audiology from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry - School of Audiology. 

Dr. Lemme has been serving the residents of Blair County and the surrounding area since 1988. 

Dr. Lemme is Board Certified in Audiology by the Board of Audiology. She is licensed by the State of Pennsylvania to provide both Audiological and hearing aid services.

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What are some common signs of hearing problems?

Some common signs of hearing problems you may experience are a sudden decrease in hearing. You must frequently ask others to repeat themselves.

Some common signs of hearing problems are as follows:

 -You may experience are a sudden decrease in hearing.

 -You must frequently ask others to repeat themselves.

 -You have difficulty understanding women's and children's voices.

 -You must turn up the volume on the TV or radio in order to hear them.

 -You have difficulty determining the location of sound.

What is Complete Hearing Healthcare?

Today's hearing instruments are highly sophisticated devices which require periodic maintenance and adjustments to consistently provide optimal performance.

Today's hearing instruments are highly sophisticated devices which require periodic maintenance and adjustments to consistently provide optimal performance. Once you have taken the step to improve your quality of life through improved hearing, it is essential that, we your hearing healthcare provider insure you receive the best experience and service we can provide. For that reason, we offer Complete Hearing Healthcare, which includes a range of services at no additional cost to you.

With your hearing aid purchase you will receive:

 -Quarterly cleaning and adjustments

 -Yearly audiometric screenings

 -Yearly hearing aid evaluations

 -Second year manufacturers loss and damage insurance (on business class or advanced aids)

 -Second year service warranty (on business class or advanced aids)

 -Repair and loss and damage insurance renewal options

 -Free batteries for the life of the hearing aid *


* Batteries are provided only for the hearing aids purchased through our office. A 3 month supply of batteries are issued at a time and are provided for the estimated life of the aid which is 7 years. ( Some restrictions may apply)
 
Karen R. Lemme, Au.D
601 Valley View Boulevard
Altoona, PA  16602
Phone: (814) 941-7770
1-800-992-6723
Office Hours:
By appointment
Monday - Friday
9AM-5PM
Special evening and weekend
appointments available.
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We participate in most major insurance plans including: UPMC, Security Blue, UMWA, USX and others

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