Pacific Northwest Audiology Building Progress, 12.09.2015 – Bend Oregon

12.09.2015 After a week of warmer temperatures, occasional rain, some strong winds, and snow-melt from the blizzard we endured two weeks ago, construction workers are working overtime so Pacific Northwest Audiology can move in to the new building by April 1!  In the figure above, panels 1 and 2 show the building from the NE and NNE respectively (see the arrows in panel … Read more

Pacific Northwest Audiology Planning A Party

Pacific Northwest Audiology is planning a Holiday Celebration for friends. It’s our way of appreciating those who have been loyal to us, those who want to know us, and the Bend community.   Please like us on Facebook (here) and give us a call at 541-678-5698 if you are or want to be one of … Read more

Pacific Northwest Audiology Building Progress

11.30.2015 A week has passed since the last update, and as the pictures show, the weather took a definite turn for the worse during the week. More than a foot of snow in the Bend area snarled traffic and hindered progress on the building. But…it is winter in Bend Oregon, and we have no guarantee that … Read more

Pacific Northwest Audiology Building Progress

11.18.2015   Dr. Li-Korotky and her husband Josh Korotky, co-owners of Pacific Northwest Audiology, took advantage of a great Fall Saturday to check out the progress of their new building at the Shevlin Health and Wellness Center, a visionary medical campus designed by Todd Taylor of Taylor NW, to serve Northwest Crossing and Bend with … Read more

Pacific Northwest Audiology Sponsors Veterans Day Concert At The Tower Theater

Pacific Northwest Audiology was happy to sponsor the Notables Swing Band at the Tower Theater in Bend Oregon on Veterans Day, November 11, 2015.  The Notables played a medley of “golden Oldies” from Glen Miller, Duke Ellington, and Count Basie, and brought back the full sound of the Big Band era when swing ruled the dance … Read more

Pacific Northwest Audiology Is Expanding!

Pacific Northwest Audiology will move to the Shevlin Health and Wellness Center this Spring…a visionary medical campus of 11 buildings dedicated to serving Northwest Crossing and Bend with one stop health care. This community will be a great match for our plans to revolutionize the experience of hearing care! We’ve broken ground on the new building and it should … Read more

“Unlock Your Hearing” On October 15 With Pacific Northwest Audiology and Starkey

Pacific Northwest Audiology and Starkey Hearing Technologies will present “How To Unlock Your Hearing” on October 14, 2015, at the Hampton Inn and Suites, in Bend Oregon. This event will be free to the public…with important information on Tinnitus and the medical, emotional, and social consequences of untreated hearing loss, presented by leading Audiologists. The event … Read more

We brought the World on November 12!

Pacific Northwest Audiology held a conference for the benefit of consumers on November 12 to demonstrate the new technologies for connecting hearing aids to a TV, MP3 player, smartphone, or other devices… including the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The theme of the conference was “Hearing Aids Just Got Cool”, and our intention was to … Read more

Pacific Northwest Audiology Attended the Deschutes County Fair and Rodeo

Pacific Northwest Audiology was a vendor at the Deschutes County Fair and Rodeo from July 30 to August 3rd. We had a great time interacting with people of all ages…and had an opportunity to answer important hearing health questions for many many people. In addition to interacting with so many wonderful people…we gave away more … Read more

36 Million Americans Suffer Hearing Loss …May is Better Hearing Month

Dr. Li-Korotky wants you to know that hearing loss currently affects more than 36 million Americans. Although hearing problems are commonly associated with normal aging, more than half of all hearing-impaired individuals are younger than 65. With the increased use of personal music players (MP3s) and earbuds, the number of Americans experiencing hearing loss at … Read more