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512 Wilcox Street, Fort Atkinson WI 53538
Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Our Manager
Kassy Smith
Please call the clinic or use your MyCompass account for all routine requests. If you have a compliment or concern, please fill out the Contact Us form at the top of the page.

Helping You Hear Better

Do you turn up the television louder than others prefer? Do you have difficulty following conversations in crowded restaurants? Do you often feel that people mumble? Do you frequently need to ask people to repeat themselves? Do you have difficulty hearing over the phone? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you may benefit from a hearing evaluation from Fort HealthCare Audiology.

More than 48 million Americans suffer from hearing loss. While this condition is often viewed as an inevitable part of aging, over half of all patients are otherwise healthy adults under the age of 65. Regular hearing screenings are an invaluable tool in identifying problems early and taking steps to prevent further hearing damage before it is too late. Fortunately, nearly all types of hearing loss are treatable by an audiologist.

Our board-certified audiologists combine years of experience on innovative technology with a comprehensive array of services related to prevention, evaluation, and rehabilitation of hearing disorders. Fort HealthCare Audiology is dedicated to personable, individualized care and ongoing support for you and your family’s hearing needs.

Free hearing screenings are provided for individuals 18 years and older every weekday, year-round, by appointment. Name brand hearing aid batteries are kept in stock for your convenience. We understand what it means for you to be able to reconnect with your family, friends, and community. That’s why we stand by our Quality of Service Guarantee with our lifestyle hearing solutions. We’re passionate about creating solutions matched specifically to your individual hearing needs. Simply stated, assuring your satisfaction is our highest priority.

Services include:

  • Audiologic evaluations for adults and children
  • Individualized hearing aid fitting, dispensing, and repairs
  • Wireless communication device dispensing
  • Custom communication earpieces
  • Assistive listening devices
  • Captioned telephones
  • Custom Swim Plugs
  • Customized earphones for iPods® or MP3 players
  • Hearing protection devices

Treatment provided for:

Cheryl A. Kinney, Au. D.

Accepting New Patients

Kimberly Knudsen, CCC-A, Au.D.

Accepting New Patients
Hearing Devices
Hearing technology has experienced rapid and considerable change in recent years. Advances in technology have made hearing devices more cosmetically appealing, capable of delivering high quality digital sound, more automated and easier to use, more comfortable and available in many options.
Health Information
Health Information Management (medical records) is vital to providing quality patient care and the safeguarding of your health information. By monitoring access to health records, ensuring proper maintenance and processing patient health information, we keep your records confidential.
Primary Care
Primary care providers are the backbone of the healthcare system. Click here to learn more about the role of your Primary Care Provider.