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Serving the Hearing Care Needs of Waterford and Surrounding Communities for 25 Years.

Hello Friends, the time has come to make some drastic changes for our safety and the safety and well being of our patients.

In our continued effort to protect our staff and patients we have decided to close our door as of today, Monday March 23, 2020. This is not a decision that was easy to make but a necessary one. We want our staff, patients and community to Stay Safe and Stay Healthy so we must do our part by supporting Gov. Whitmer’s “Stay At Home” order. Again, we greatly appreciate your patience and understand during this very uncertain time.

For more current information regarding Covid 19/Coronavirus please visit our Facebook Page.

Look for us in the Community:


Waterford Senior Center – Free screenings the
Second and Fourth Tuesday of the month,
by appointment
Dublin Senior Center in White Lake – Free
screenings the Second Friday of the month,
by appointment
UAW Local 594 – Third Tuesday of the month
UAW Local 5960 – Third Wednesday of the month
UAW Local 653 – Fourth Thursday of the month
How to extend the life of your hearing
Aid Battery

After you take the tab off a new hearing
aid battery, let the battery sit for 2 minutes
before inserting it into the hearing aid.




Schedule Your Appointment


5390 Highland Rd., Suite 1. 
Waterford, MI 48327 
(248) 673-8000 
E-mailoaklandaud@comcast.net
Hours: 
Monday-Friday 9 am-5 pm 
Closed from: 12 noon-1 pm

From the Desk of Janet Perkins

Your hearing is precious and crucial to your quality of life. With more than 30 years of professional experience, Oakland Audiology brings a full spectrum of professional hearing care services to Waterford and neighboring communities. Call us today at (248) 673-8000 for an appointment if any of the following apply to you or a member of your family:

  • You have been thinking about having your hearing tested
  • You are running low on hearing aid batteries
  • Your hearing aids need cleaning or repair
  • You have an occupation or hobby that requires hearing protection (earplugs, swim-plugs)
  • You want to explore the latest advances in hearing aid technology