Dr. Everett Hart of Mid Maryland ENT and Tricia Pastore, Au.D. of Mid Maryland Hearing Care Center announce their services are now provided through Frederick Health Medical Group. You may reach ENT department at 301-695-3100 and Hearing Care at 301-695-3277. We look forward to continuing quality care and excellent service for new and existing patients.
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75 Thomas Johnson Drive • Suite B Frederick, MD 21702 | Call 301.695.EARS | Fax: 301-695-7403

Hearing Care Center

Hearing Center

The Hearing Care Center at Mid Maryland ENT offers hearing aid assessment, analysis of amplification options, and hearing aids, programming and Fitting.


  • Have noticeable hearing loss in one or both ears?
  • Have ringing, roaring or buzzing in your ears?
  • Have a family history of hearing loss?
  • Have difficulty understanding conversations, especially in noisy settings?
  • Ask people to repeat certain words?
  • Avoid social situations where you find it hard to hear or understand?
  • Turn up the TV or radio to a level that annoys others?
  • Think people mumble?
  • Find women’s and children’s voices difficult to hear?
If you answered “yes” to several of the questions above, we suggest you make an appointment to have your hearing evaluated.

During your initial consultation, our audiologists will:

  • Determine which tests are appropriate, based on your history and problems in communication.
  • Test your hearing to verify the type and degree of hearing loss.
  • Establish whether or not you need medical intervention and/or hearing aid assistance.

For some patients, hearing aids are not the best or only solution. Other devices such as TV or telephone amplifiers and FM systems can enhance your quality of life.

Hearing loss inhibits a person’s ability to experience the sounds around them. This affects not only their lives, but also the lives of those they interact with. In addition, hearing loss often develops so slowly that it may not be noticed. It is important to remember that hearing loss of any degree and at any age should never be taken for granted. The need to communicate begins at birth and continues throughout life.

Please feel free to print our patient brochure.