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Meridian, ID’s Most Convenient, Caring, And Compassionate Hearing Experts

Established in 1891, the original name of Hunter was changed to Meridian, ID because it was built on the Boise meridian. Being a high desert region, raising crops in the valley required extensive irrigation, which has been in constant development since the 1890s, continuing to meet the needs of modern farm production.

Situated between Boise and Nampa, residents of Meridian are significantly linked to both communities in commerce, education, and leisure/recreation opportunities. Better hearing also helps link individuals to those around them through better communication, allowing you to pass on your valuable and unique experiences to family, friends, and neighbors.

Many people believe that the solution to hearing loss is a hearing aid, but working with the right hearing care experts is actually the most important part. For more than 15 years, Dove Hearing has used a methodical approach combined with the best practices in the industry to provide highly convenient service and compassionate care to thousands near Meridian.

Using our approach, we’ve earned and maintained the trust of local citizens, organizations, and physicians who turn to us for hearing care. With our wide range of appointment settings, such as in-office, in-home, assisted living facilities, and community clinics, we help those with hearing challenges reconnect with loved ones and their community.

Address

211W. Main St. Emmett Idaho 83617

Opening Time

Monday 9am – 5pm
Tuesday 9am – 5pm
Wednesday 9am – 5pm
Thursday 9am – 5pm
Friday By appointment
Saturday By appointment
Sunday By appointment

Contact Us

Phone: (208) 369-4307

Fax: (208) 369 4503

211W. Main St. Emmett Idaho 83617

Areas We Serve

How We Can Help

hearing test booth inside mobile clinic

When Was Your Last Hearing Test?

Hearing Assessments

Hearing loss has become the third most common physical health condition in the US, affecting 1 in 8 people and predicted by the WHO to double by 2050. Despite these shocking statistics, people continue to have their eyes tested, their teeth checked, and an annual physical but ignore or put off hearing tests.

Hearing loss is very difficult to self-diagnose due to its gradual onset, and it continues to worsen as long as it is left untreated, causing irreversible damage that is completely avoidable. However, regular hearing tests provide measurable proof of the deterioration of your hearing and allow a hearing care expert to correct and prevent ongoing damage.

Using Dove Hearing Center’s in-home or in-office options, it’s easier than ever to take advantage of our quick, non-invasive hearing tests, which provide accurate feedback about the true condition of your hearing.

signia hearing aid with protective case

Small, Lightweight Hearing Aids That Go Unnoticed

Hearing Aid Technology

In the same way that micro-digital technology changed your old cell phones into the powerful smartphones we use today, it has also transformed those bulky, frustrating hearing aids your parents and grandparents wore into smaller, lighter weight, and far more powerful devices, eliminating the outdated stigmas associated with hearing aids.

Modern hearing aid technology features rechargeable batteries, noise reduction/cancellation, remote programming capabilities, and the capacity to stream music, audio, and phone calls directly into your hearing aids from your smartphone, television, or PC. This all significantly enhances your hearing experience.

This highly advanced technology is not only amplifying your hearing but has the potential to amplify your life. Better yet, our hearing aid specialists will help you choose from a wide range of models from the world’s most renowned hearing aid manufacturers.

Dove Hearing Center mobile hearing care clinic

Hearing Care That Travels To You With In-Home Or In-Office Appointments Available

Mobile Service

Traveling into town to sit in a waiting room is not always your first choice, your best option, or all that convenient, especially in today’s world. To overcome the challenges of health concerns, scheduling, and traveling issues, Dove Hearing Center provides our mobile clinic that travels to wherever you are to provide the same level of attention you can expect in our office.

Hearing assessments, cleanings, repairs, hearing aid fitting, and all of our hearing care services come to your door. Since we’ve established great relationships with local employers and organizations, we can conduct screenings at your place of business, assisted living centers, or your home.

With the option of in-home or in-office appointments available, Western Idaho and Eastern Oregon can reap all the benefits of the most convenient hearing care in our area.

Request a Callback

With so many myths and misconceptions, it can be difficult to understand who you can trust or what you should do.

That’s why, if you have a question or need any advice, you can request a callback by completing this form. A member of our team will then call you for a friendly and no-obligation conversation to help.

Remember, there’s no such thing as a silly question!

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Q&A With Dustin

What Are The First Signs Of Hearing Loss?

What Are The First Signs Of Hearing Loss?

Hearing loss can sometimes be hard to diagnose, as each patient deals with it differently. Unfortunately, I have seen many patients wait too long and cause irreparable damage. Hearing loss can present itself very gradually, and thus a patient has ample time to adapt...

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How We’re Continuing to Keep You Safe During Your Visit

How We’re Continuing to Keep You Safe During Your Visit

To continue to protect you, other patients, and staff, strict protocols remain in place to ensure you visit a safe and sterile environment. These include: #1 – Curb-Side Appointments Available For patients that would prefer to stay in their vehicles during these...

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The Importance Of Using Hearing Protection

The Importance Of Using Hearing Protection

More than 1.1 billion teenagers and young adults from the ages of 12 to 35 years old are at risk of hearing loss due to their exposure to damaging levels of noise during recreational activities and the use of personal audio devices, according to the World Health...

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