Welcome to Twin Rivers
Hearing Health, Inc.
Your best bet for hearing healthcare in Lil’ Rhody since 2001.
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We have in-office appointments available for new and existing patients.
Twin Rivers Hearing Health, Inc.
Dr. Uchmanowicz (Dr. Mary Kay) is an award-winning audiologist and has been the licensed owner of Twin Rivers Hearing Health for the past twenty years. At Twin Rivers Hearing Health, we provide treatment for hearing loss and tinnitus to people of all ages in Rhode Island. We can help you improve your hearing in a way that primary care physicians cannot by selling, fitting, and maintaining hearing aids.
Dr. Mary Kay has been helping people with hearing loss for over 35 years. She recognizes that hearing loss often causes a communication breakdown between patients and their family. That’s why she takes the time in her office to help each patient find personalized hearing solutions and educate them about the latest hearing technology. Whether you need help with hearing loss or you are experiencing symptoms of tinnitus, we are here to help you.
COVID Office Policy
Office will be closed on Monday, September 6, 2021 for Labor Day.
We are continuing to follow the RI Guidelines for the safety of our patients and staff.
If you have a scheduled appointment, please bring your vaccination card as verification that you have been vaccinated. Otherwise, you will be required to wear a face covering to enter the office.
If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms: chills, fever, cough, shortness of breath, muscle or body aches, sore throat, headache, nausea or vomiting, runny or stuffy nose, diarrhea, fatigue, recent loss of smell, please call the office to re-schedule your appointment. If you have been in close contact with anyone with COVID-19, symptoms of COVID-19 or have been recently tested for COVID-19, we ask that you re-schedule your appointment, as you will not be allowed in the office, until you have self-quarantined for 14-days.
Why We’re Different
At Twin Rivers Hearing Health, we can help patients with any of their hearing related needs. Our audiologist, Dr. Uchmanowicz, specializes in all areas of hearing including tinnitus and noise-induced hearing loss. We also help people with noise-induced hearing loss due to job related noise exposure by providing diagnostic workers with compensation evaluations, training them about hearing conservation, and supply custom made earplugs for protection. We help patients be proactive about their hearing health so they can preserve their hearing now and for the future.
Dr. Uchmanowicz understands the importance of communication, that’s why she counsels our patients on how to better their hearing. When you come to Twin Rivers Hearing Health, we won’t just sell you a pair of hearing aids. We will be there with you through every step of your hearing journey. In addition to our comprehensive services, our office is a warm and inviting space. We refer to our office as our “living room.” We want our patients to feel comfortable coming to see us, that’s why we make our office as inviting as possible. All of this makes us the best choice for Audiology in Rhode Island.
What Can You Expect at Your First Appointment?
When you first come to Twin Rivers Hearing Health you will immediately notice how comfortable and inviting our office is. While you wait for our audiologist, we will have you have fill out some paperwork regarding your personal information, medical history, and what brought you in. You can also print these forms and bring them in with you prefilled out to save time. When it is time for your appointment our audiologist will greet you and bring you back to our “living room” to begin. Get a head start on your paper work here!
Proud Partner of HearStrong
Preferred Provider of the NFL Players Association
Twin Rivers Hearing Health, Inc. is a preferred hearing care provider for the NFL Players Association’s Professional Athletes Foundation. By partnering with EarQ providers, the PAF aims to bring better hearing to former professional athletes and their fans across the nation. Together, we spread awareness, help players in need of hearing care, and collect data on the connection between hearing loss and professional football.
Most health insurance plans do cover the cost of the initial hearing test if your deductible has been met. Some insurance plans, such as Blue Chip and United Health Plans of New England, may provide partial payment for hearing aids if they are accompanied by a physician referral. Not all plans have a hearing aid benefit. Our staff does all of the required paperwork and will help you determine what services your insurance policy covers.
We participate with the following insurance plans: