Starkey Hearing Aids

Launched in 1970 by William Austin, who purchased Starkey Labs ear mold company and applied his expertise in hearing aid repair.

Starkey’s chief technology officer, Achin Bhowmik, who used to be VP and General Manager of Perceptual Computing Group at Intel in Santa Clara, California remains local to our area.

Aggressive marketing strategies in an elite market and a leading role in the development of AI technology contributed to the company’s rapid rise to become a world renown hearing instrument manufacturer; the company has been established as as the niche leader in the use of artificial intelligence in hearing aids since 2017.

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These doctors go above and beyond to ensure an excellent experience for patients. I recommend them without hesitation.

- Kamal E.

These folks are courteous and competent. They have been a huge help in improving my mom’s hearing life. Thank you!
- Mark B.

Knowledgable. Patient. Friendly. Willing to thoughtfully and carefully answer whatever questions you have. Clearly patient-focused. Committed to education. I feel lucky to have found this excellent team of helpers.

- Earl C.

Starkey’s Hearing Aid Technology Innovations

Halo (2014), was a major leap in the direction of naturally clear sound processing advancements built on breakthrough streaming technology.

The AI systems integrated into their devices are among the company’s most advanced technological breakthroughs, and they allow for overall wellness support for hearing aid wearers.

Their upper technology AI devices are capable of tracking your physical activity and cognitive health, while providing language translation, fall detection and alerts, tap control, and other cutting-edge AI features. Their devices can also connect with Google translate so that the language translation can go directly to the hearing aid wearer.

Starkey hearing aids conduct an instant AI-based analysis of the acoustic environment, allowing them to make immediate adjustments to improve speech intelligibility challenges created by face masks. Their Thrive app facilitates Smartphone connectivity, so users can link all of their digital devices with their hearing aids to enhance sound quality and share health monitoring data.

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Starkey’s Thrive Care Remote Support

Thrive Care, provided by Starkey, adds a virtual solution for ongoing counseling and support from your hearing care provider as well as providing your other healthcare providers with access to health monitoring information gathered by your advanced technology hearing device.

Patient-Focused Hearing Care from Pacific Hearing Services

The advanced hearing technology solutions available from Starkey are among the great tools we have available to help meet your hearing care needs, but you remain the primary focus of the personalized hearing care provided by Pacific Hearing Service.

Using comprehensive hearing assessments to accurately identify your hearing challenges, our team is eager to help you select the hearing instrument best suited to meet your hearing care needs, your budget, and your personal preferences. We take things a step further, offering ongoing technical support and maintenance along with hearing aid repair from major manufacturers like Starkey, ReSound, Phonak, Sivantos, and many more.

Supporting you with your hearing instrument, whether you purchased it through us or somewhere else, is one of the ways we help Silicon Valley hear better and enjoy a more rewarding and independent lifestyle. To learn more about hearing aids and hearing care at Pacific Hearing Service, contact us using the adjacent form so one of our specialists can call you back.

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