San Juan Regional Medical Center Audiology
816 W. Maple
Farmington, NM 87401
Hours: Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
San Juan Regional Medical Center’s Audiology Department offers care to adults and children with hearing and balance problems. Our healthcare professionals measure and evaluate a person’s ability to hear sounds and educate families on how to manage hearing conditions.
- Hearing evaluations
- Hearing aid analysis, service, and repairs
- Newborn hearing screening
- Special diagnostic procedures with a referral from your primary care provider
San Juan Regional Medical Center’s Audiology Department is the only one of its kind in Farmington that treats children, and coordinates with school audiologists and the New Mexico School of the Deaf and Hearing Impaired. A physician referral is required for new audiology patients.
Our audiologist is certified through the American Speech Language Hearing Association and licensed in New Mexico.
Luke Hinzmann, AuD, BCABA, CCC-A, CH-TM
Luke attended Central Michigan University for both his bachelor’s degree in Communication Disorders and his doctorate in Audiology. He completed externships at Portland VAMC in Portland, Oregon and Hearing Rehab Center in Denver, Colorado. He is Board Certified through the American Board of Audiology, has his Certificate of Clinical Competence through the American Speech-Language Association, and is a certificate holder in tinnitus management through the American Academy of Audiology. His clinical experience includes hearing evaluations of all ages, hearing aids, tinnitus management, and diagnostics of balance disorders. Luke enjoys hiking, camping, skiing and enjoying the outdoors in the Four Corners area with his family. He has been a caregiver at SJRMC since 2014.