Sonora Hearing Care is locally owned and operated and dedicated to providing excellent hearing care to the area.
Cristi A. Moore, Au.D.
- Preceptor for the University of Arizona Speech and Hearing Department Audiology Program
- Board Member for ALOHA in Tucson (Adult Loss of Hearing Association)
- Supporter of the Hearing Aid Bank
Sonora Hearing Care
- Established in 1989
- BBB Accredited Business
- See Our Mission Statement
- Drop off location for the Hearing Aid Bank
With leading edge technology and skilled, professional staff, we are the resource you need for audiology treatment, diagnosis, and more. Our services include diagnostic hearing evaluations, screenings, aural rehabilitation, tinnitus evaluations and management therapies, cochlear implant testing and mapping, and community seminars. We also offer hearing aid services such as consultations, fittings, and repairs. We always aim to be the best in hearing care for you or your loved ones, giving you knowledgeable service with a friendly smile.
Our audiologist, Cristi A. Moore, Au.D., F/AAA, completed her Bachelor of Science degree at Idaho State University. She then went on to complete a Master’s Degree from the University of Utah and her Doctor of Audiology from A.T. Still University-Arizona School of Health Sciences. She’s been in Tucson since 2000 and took ownership of Sonora Hearing Care after the founder retired. Having worked in many different settings throughout her career including private practices, manufacturers, and corporate dispensing offices, she has amassed a wealth of knowledge about the industry. It’s her pleasure to provide quality care for your ears – and for you – in order to help you manage, treat, and overcome your hearing troubles. In her spare time, Dr. Moore enjoys spending time with her husband and young son.
Sonora Hearing Care is a member of the Better Business Bureau as well as many community organizations serving those with hearing loss, including the local Hearing Aid Bank. If you have unused or old hearing aids, consider bringing them into our clinic and they will be donated to the bank. These donated hearing aids are given to low-income senior residents in Pima County who would not be able to afford these devices on their own. By donating a device you or a family member is no longer using, you will give someone in the community a better quality of life!
Dr. Moore also serves on the board of ALOHA – the Adult Loss of Hearing Association. The organization is a non-profit, peer support group that offers weekly support meetings, education, and resources to help local residents cope, learn and manage hearing loss for themselves or their friends and family. Sonora Hearing Care is proud to support these organizations and the community of Tucson.