About American Hearing Center

 

Your Hearing is a part of your full and active life. Let us help you maintain your hearing health!

Established in 1980, the American Hearing Center is locally owned and We LISTEN so you can HEAR. The American Hearing Center offers complete hearing aid and audiological services and can dispense and service a full line of digital and conventional hearing aids. We accept donations for the Sertoma Hearing Aid Assistance program and we also accept used hearing aid batteries for recycle.

 

Doctor Cathryn Comstock has been the audiologist for American Hearing Center since 1989. She received a Bachelor of Science in Education of the Hearing Impaired from Texas Tech University in 1978. After teaching the hearing impaired for 2 years, she returned to graduate school and in 1983 received a Master of Arts in Audiology from the University of Texas. She completed her Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) degree from Arizona School of Health Science, a college of the A.T. Still University.

During the graduation weekend she was honored to receive one of only two Audiology Foundation of American Professional Leadership Awards presented to the March 2004 graduating class. She works closely with medical, educational and industrial communities in order to best meet the hearing health care needs of Central Texas.


 
Doctor Robert Dunlop received his graduate degree from the University of Tennessee. He recently retired as Chief Audiology Section of Central Texas Veterans Health Care System, whose focus was providing exceptional hearing health care services to veterans from clinics in Waco, Temple and Austin. Significant accomplishments include the development or the Cochlear Implant Center of Temple, establishing a training program for future Doctors of Audiology in their externship year and advocating for expanded use of audiology assistants.

As a clinic manager, he has served as a national coach for Systems Redesign in Audiology, which focuses on improving access to health care veterans. He was Chairman of the Department of Veterans Affairs Systems Redesign Steering Committee for Audiology, and a member of the Department of Veterans Affairs Outpatient System Redesign Subcommittee. Other significant positions include President of the Associate for VA Audiologists and appointment to the VA Audiology and Speech Pathology Field Advisory Council. His academic appointments included the College of Medicine, Texas A&M University, and the graduate faculty at The University of Texas at Austin.

Bob and his wife, Jeanette, have two grown sons, Joseph and Patrick. They are members of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Temple where he serves as an elder. In his spare time he can usually be found on the golf course or working in the yard.

 
Contact Us

American Hearing Center - Temple
1618 Canyon Creek Drive Ste 140
Temple, TX 76502
254.774.7727

American Hearing Center - Killeen
2806 S WS Young Dr Ste C
Killeen, TX 76542
254.680.3444

Toll free: 1.800.234.4621
Fax: 254.771.1256

Open: M-F, 8-5

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Inspirational Wisdom


"Blindness isolates us from things, but deafness isolates us from people." ~ Helen Keller

"But people who think they can project themselves into deafness are mistaken because you can't. And I'm not talking about imagining what a deaf person's whole life is like I even mean just realizing what it is like for an instant." ~ Richard Masur