2520 McCandless Drive
Midland, MI 48640

989-839-6201

Our Hearing Professionals

David M. Roden

David M. Roden
M.D.

I received the Bachelor of Science in Chemistry with Honors from the University of Michigan in 1986 and attended medical school there and received the Doctor of Medicine degree with honors in 1990. I completed my surgical residency at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Northwestern University Medical School, and Lakeside Veterans Administration Hospital in Chicago. I specialize in Otolaryngology-Head and neck Surgery and completed residency at Northwestern University Medical School, Northwestern Memorial Hospital., Lakeside Veterans Administration Hospital, Cook County Hospital, Mercy Hospital, and Children's Memorial Hospital, all in Chicago, Ill. I am licensed to practice Medicine in the state of Michigan and am board certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. I have been practicing since 1995. Professional Affiliations include: Fellow American College of Surgeons Fellow American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery American Medical Association Michigan State Medical Society Michigan Otolaryngological Society
Harold Hull

Harold Hull
Au. D.

I received my Doctor of Audiology degree from the Arizona School of Health Sciences in August 2005. I completed my Bachelor of Science degree in communication disorders as well as the Master of Arts in Audiology from Central Michigan University and have been practicing for over 20 years. I completed my clinical fellowship in Lubbock, Texas and practiced there for four years, returning to my home in Michigan in 1996. I am a licensed audiologist in the state of Michigan and a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. Audiologists, or Doctors of Audiology, are educated in the science and management of disorders of hearing and balance. In addition to formal education, I have been fitting hearing aids my entire career and have learned much from experience and feedback from my patients. We offer state of the art hearing aid technology and fitting practices including Bluetooth and other wireless technology.. Over 28 million people experience difficulty hearing so you're not alone. Difficulty hearing on the telephone and asking others to repeat themselves often are two of the frustrations you may experience because of hearing loss. Come and see how we can help you find answers to these difficulties.