About Our Practice
Sonora Hearing Care, LLC is locally owned and operated and dedicated to providing excellent hearing care to the area.
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.
Sonora Hearing Care, LLC 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!
Meet our Doctors of Audiology
Cristi A. Moore
Sonora Hearing Care, LLC is a member of the Better Business Bureau as well as many community organizations serving those with hearing loss, including a local non-profit that helps low income residents receive hearing healthcare. If you have unused or old hearing aids, consider bringing them into our clinic and they will be donated to this non-profit organization. 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. She is also the Public Awareness Committee Chair for the Arizona Audiology Coalition. Sonora Hearing Care, LLC is proud to support these organizations and the community of Tucson.
We specialize in providing the best hearing care for you and your loved ones. Our professional services include diagnostic hearing evaluations, hearing screenings, Tinnitus Evaluations and Management Therapies, hearing aid consultations, hearing aid fittings, fittings of assistive listening devices, hearing aid repairs, aural rehabilitation, and community seminars.
We are committed to excellent service.
Appointments are available on short notice.
What to Expect at Your Appointment
For new patients that want to have a hearing test and hearing solution consultation, the appointment is scheduled for 90 minutes. We will ask for your insurance information at the time you schedule the appointment and if we have information ahead of time, we can verify your benefits before you arrive for your appointment. We accept most major insurances, including Medicare, Cigna, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Humana and many others. If your insurance is not listed, just ask if we are providers as some insurances we are not allowed to list per our contract agreements. For Medicare Part B Beneficiaries: you will need to obtain a referral for hearing testing from your primary care physician in order for us to bill your Medicare for the hearing test. If the referral is not received, we will not be able to see you for your appointment and we are not allowed to collect payment in lieu of billing your medicare insurance.
Once you arrive, you will fill out paperwork unless you have filled it out ahead of time from our website. We will make a copy of your insurance card and then the audiologist will bring you back to the consultation room to discuss your individual hearing needs. We strongly encourage bringing along a family member or friend, who may be part of any decision making process. The audiologist will conduct a case history by asking some questions about your hearing. From there, she will look in your ears to determine if something in your ear is preventing you from hearing well. If the examination of your ears is clear, you will have a comprehensive hearing evaluation, which includes listening for tones, speech, speech in noise and middle ear testing. These test results will then be discussed with you and recommendations will be discussed. Consultations are also available without a hearing test.