UPSTATE HEARING

Redding

Your Local Redding Hearing Clinic 

Address

1640 Tehama Street, Suite B
Redding, CA 96001

Opening Hours

Monday through Thursday 8 am–5 pm
Friday 8 am – 3 pm
Closed for lunch 12:00–1:30 pm

Walk-In Hours

Mon, Wed, and Fri 9:30–10:30 am & 1:30–2:30 pm

Hearing Device Cleaning Hours

Mon, Wed, and Fri 9:30–10:30 am & 1:30–2:30 pm

Upstate Hearing Redding Location

What Our Patients Say

Shelley was very knowledgeable, explained everything clearly. And patient

Glenn Mefferd

Superlative product, service, and knowledge! Follow-up is timely and thorough. Sensational staff.

Donald Simpson

I have been to 3 other hearing aid businesses in 10 years and Finely I have found a place where they CARE 🙂 I really felt comfortable with the audiologist Shelly she took the time to help me and she really cared about my hearing 🙂 I would probably have not got the hearing aids if it wasn’t for Shelly and of course Page her receptionist who also went out of her way with my insurance company to help me!!!!!!!I’d say the have Quality with the personal Touch !! I will recommend anyone who can’t here to go see Up-State hearing instruments they are the BEST! Bob Fitz

Bob Fitzgerald

While traveling my mother in law’s hearing aids stopped working. The staff was absolutely the best. They let us drop in and wait a short amount of time. Had her hearing aids fixed and we were on the road again back to Washington. Best staff award!!! Highly recommend!!

Deanna Connite

The best in Redding!

Don Ostendorf

Request a Callback

With so many myths and misinformation about hearing loss and hearing care, it’s often the unknowns or confusion that holds us back from making the right decisions.

That’s why we have a hearing care expert available to help.

If you have a question, or would like to speak to a professional privately about the challenges that you may be facing, then simply request a callback and we’ll call you for a friendly no-obligation conversation.

Meet The Redding Team

Kenneth H. Wood

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Scott A. Morris

Stacy L. Garcia

BC-HIS

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Joshua Fockler

The Ways That We Can Help

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Comprehensive Hearing Assessments

Why Hearing Loss Often Goes Unnoticed

According to a recent National Health Survey, it’s predicted that 15% of the US population has some form of untreated hearing loss.


The reason for this is because hearing loss can be very difficult to self-diagnose. With it often occurring slowly and gradually, it’s rare to notice any day-to-day changes, with no way to compare to what your hearing was once like. This is the reason that our loved ones often notice our hearing challenges before we do.



If you are concerned about your hearing or a loved one’s hearing, then your first step should be to have a comprehensive hearing assessment. It’s quick, non-invasive, and the earlier you can catch any form of hearing loss, the sooner you can correct it the higher the success rate.

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Hearing Aid Technology

No Fuss 14-Day Test Drives of New Hearing Technology

You wouldn’t buy a car without a test drive, and we don’t expect you to invest in hearing technology without first experiencing it for yourself in your everyday life.



That’s why we’re one of the only groups of hearing care experts that encourage you to test drive new hearing technology for 14 days, with no deposit, contract, or fuss, allowing you to truly experience the difference around your lifestyle and those areas that are difficult.

With the latest hearing technology being incredibly small and discreet, one of the things that surprises many of our patients is that their loved ones, friends, and colleagues don’t even notice that they’re wearing hearing devices.

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Upstate Hearing Instruments

Keeping You Safe Through Innovative Low-Contact Solutions

The world has significantly changed, and the way that we care for you in today’s “new normal” has also changed.

From curbside low-contact appointments from the comfort of your vehicle, through to remote Tele Care sessions where you can speak to your hearing care expert and receive help without having to travel to us.

With new in-person protocols, high levels of sanitizing policies, and state-of-the-art firewalls in place, you can be confident that you’re being cared for by a safe pair of hands.

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