Karla J Floyd Audiology has been helping people with hearing difficulties for the past 14 years. Providing you with an excellent and personalized experience is our primary concern; our dedication to customer service and level of professionalism is unbeaten in the hearing healthcare industry. We offer complete hearing tests using top-of-the-line technology in order to find the cause of your hearing difficulties. We carry a variety of hearing aid styles and brands in order to meet your individual needs.
We primarily serve the Penn Hills, Pennsylvania area, but we also also serve the areas of Plum Borough and Oakmont. We're easy to find, located just across the street from from the Eat 'N Park.
We are here to answer any questions you may have about our products and services. Give us a call today!
"I first met Karla over a year ago when I needed new hearing aids. She provided excellent service and expertise. When I moved to Florida, I realized one of my hearing aids was not functioning well. I called Karla and I am still covered under warranty. She could not have been more helpful. I am sending the unit to her for repair/evaluation, but she is also going to find me a local Oticon representative near where I live." -P.E.
We make it our priority to offer our patients the latest technology and quality care. To make sure you're getting the very best from us, we attend events and trainings to discuss and explore new advancements in hearing healthcare. We recently attended EarQ’s VIP training—an exclusive event for the top hearing healthcare professionals in the country—and we learned more about how we can advance our practice, while still providing our patients with the high-quality care and services they are used to.
Karla is an active participant in Project Linus, an organization that provides love, a sense of security, and warmth to children, while they are in the hospital. Karla and her friends continue to make quilts for newborns in the neo-natal unit at the local hospital. Over the past 17 years, they have stitched over 9,500 quilts.
Karla's sister, Lillian, was diagnosed with kidney disease and was in need of a transplant. In 2015, Karla was able to give her sister an incredible gift. You can read the full story here.
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