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Compass Hearing Center provides highly skilled, compassionate audiology services with a family approach right here in Denver City, Texas. Shannon Parker, Au.D., specializes in hearing evaluations and hearing aid fittings for all ages.

What to Expect at Compass Hearing Center

Preparing to Arrive at the Clinic

You will be asked to sign a few forms: a consent to treat, a HIPPA privacy form, and a form outlining financial information. In order to save time during check-in you can download these forms to print and complete them before your appointment. Just click each link below to get started:




4. COMPASS HEARING CENTER NOTICE OF PRIVACY PRACTICES (no need to sign, for information only)

For every appointment that you have, please be prepared to pay your balance at the time of your appointnment We accept all forms of payment including cash, check, all major credit cards, and HealthiPlan Financing.

Please bring a complete list of medications to each appointment as this will help the audiologist to assess any potential drug interactions that may affect hearing, balance, or tinnitus.

For more information and tips about what to expect prior to arriving at our clinic, please click to download the following pdf booklet. You can print it off and fill it out or just read through it: 



Compass Hearing Center loves and appreciates the unsung heroes who walk among us daily. We are proud to extend special discounts on hearing aids to active and retired military, first responders, and teachers! Please mention the discount when scheduling an appointment.

Comprehensive Hearing Evaluation for Adults and Children

We allot one hour of time for this evaluation. The length of your appointment will depend on the test procedures selected by the audiologist. The audiologist will tailor an evaluation of your hearing based on the information you provide. The audiologist will visually examine your ears and record ear drum mobility. Based on ear drum function, a small foam probe may be placed into your ear canal to measure the inner ear’s response to tones. Adult patients are then taken into a sound booth and asked to repeat a list of words and listen for some tones via headphones. Children, depending on age and skill level, are taken into the sound booth to listen for speech and tones presented through speakers. At then end of your appointment your audiologist will go over your test results and work with you to formulate a plan of care.

If you would like to schedule an appointment with Dr. Shannon Parker for a hearing evaluation or hearing aid fitting, please contact us for more info >> 
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