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OUR STORY

Hearing Solutions of Arizona is a full-service audiology clinic serving the entire East Valley area as well as the Phoenix and Scottsdale areas. With two offices located in Mesa and Tempe, we are proud to serve patients throughout Arizona. It is our mission to provide effective solutions to patients of all ages who suffer from hearing loss, and to provide that care in a professional, personalized setting. We offer diagnostic audiometric testing, aural rehabilitation, counseling, guided selection of hearing aids and assistive listening devices, and in-house cleaning, maintenance, and repair of hearing aids.

Debra K. Venkatesh, Au.D., FAAA, CCC-A

Debbie Venkatesh is a Doctor of Audiology and former Registered Nurse whose patients range in age from young children to elders. Originally from Michigan, Dr. Venkatesh now lives in Arizona with her husband, with whom she has two grown sons.

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Debbie Venkatesh is active in the local community and volunteers for a number of non-profit organizations. Dr. Venkatesh provides educational audiology services for Gilbert Public Schools, as well as hearing aid clinics and aural rehabilitation classes for residents at Friendship Village. Audiology doctoral students from local universities routinely rotate through the Hearing Solutions offices to gain valuable experience. She also volunteers her professional audiological services for Arizona’s Community Hearing Aid Program, Hear to Assist, The Ear Foundation of Arizona and Special Olympics.

Debbie Venkatesh participates in humanitarian medical missions to Ecuador and Nicaragua through Amigos de Salud, a non-profit foundation. She organizes and provides audiology services and amplification for children in these countries.

Each year, Dr. Venkatesh evaluates anywhere between 50-100 children. The children came from special schools for the deaf and hard of hearing throughout the country. Dr. Venkatesh secures generous individual donations and assistance from hearing aid manufacturers such as Resound, Phonak, Siemens and Unitronic to secure enough hearing aids to fit each year. Damaged hearing aids are also brought back to Arizona and will be sent back to the children once repairs are made.

Dr. Venkatesh is also the past president and current treasurer of of the Arizona Speech-Language Hearing Association, and serves as the Arizona Audiology representative for the National American Speech Language Hearing Association Advisory Council.

To learn more about our practice, please contact Dr. Debbie Venkatesh today. We will be happy to schedule an appointment at either our Mesa or Tempe location.