Your Trusted Hearing Care Experts in Prosser, WA

Why Do So Many People, Organizations, and Physicians Trust Us?

Colonel William Farrand Prosser, an early surveyor and homesteader to the Yakima River Valley, supplied the name for Prosser, which first began to thrive when the Northern Pacific Railroad laid tracks through the community in 1884. A flour mill at Prosser Falls and the first irrigation canal encouraged further settlement, which eventually led to Prosser becoming the county seat of Benton County in 1905.

Prosser’s economy continues to rely on agriculture, including fruit orchards and fruit packing plants, and is an important center for wine making with almost 40 wineries within ten square miles. A farmer’s market that operates from May through October, Bottles Brews Barbecues, Prosser Scottish Fest and Highland Games, Prosser Art Walk and Wine Gala, Prosser Beer and Whiskey Festival, and a variety of other annual events draw summertime visitors to our community.

Losing your hearing doesn’t mean you’re worn out; it just means you’ve lived an exciting life full of rich experiences that your hearing is struggling to keep up with. Sound Audiology’s methodical approach to hearing care allows you, and those in Prosser and other Yakima Valley communities, to receive the advanced treatment techniques and technology that makes it possible to continue living the active, independent lifestyle you’re used to.

Thousands of patients, physicians, and organizations in Prosser, Kennewick, and Walla Walla, WA have put their trust in us to continue providing personalized hearing care that addresses their unique hearing challenges. Our focus is on educating our community about healthy hearing, raising awareness for hearing loss prevention, and helping them recognize the early signs of hearing loss.

If you’re concerned about your hearing or the hearing of a loved one, start receiving the help you need by scheduling an initial assessment at our Prosser, WA clinic.



713 Memorial St
Prosser, WA 99350

In the ENT/Allergy clinic, next to the main hospital.


By appointment only.


Your Journey to Better Hearing Starts with a Comprehensive Hearing Assessment

Online sites and big box retail stores have made it easier to have your hearing tested and purchase a hearing device without seeing a doctor of audiology.

However, trusting the internet or a retail employee to diagnose and treat your hearing challenges is as destructive to your hearing health as asking them to diagnose and treat any other medical condition. Purchasing and wearing the wrong hearing device that is not programmed properly can do a lot of damage to your hearing rather than helping it.

Rather than running the risk of doing further damage to your hearing, the critical first step on your journey to better hearing should be a comprehensive hearing assessment conducted by a qualified doctor of audiology. Besides providing a highly accurate diagnosis of the type and severity of your hearing loss, our audiologists use your hearing test to personalize the correct treatment solution to overcome your hearing challenges.

Learn more about how a comprehensive hearing assessment is an essential part of better hearing health.


A young female undergoing hearing test at Sound Audiology
ReSound Quattro Sound audiology


Find the Hearing Aid Technology to Address Your Unique Needs

Each person loses their hearing at a different pace and in a different way, which is why there is no “one size fits all” solution for achieving better hearing.

The hearing aid technology that will best address your hearing challenges has to be as unique as your hearing loss in order to provide the help you need. We partner with more than half a dozen brand name hearing aid manufacturers in order to offer our patients a wider variety of styles and levels of technology to help you choose the right device to meet your hearing needs and personal preferences.

The cutting-edge digital devices that we offer are smaller, lighter, and more powerful than the hearing aids you might remember your parents or grandparents wearing and come with features like background noise canceling, rechargeable batteries, smartphone connectivity, and more.

Find out more about the state-of-the-art hearing aid technology we have available and how our hearing aid specialists will help you choose the best one for you.



We Help Your Hearing Aids Perform as Designed

When an electronic device stops working, most of us toss them into the junk drawer in disgust. However, don’t give into that temptation if your hearing aid stops working or isn’t working the way it used to.

We understand the frustration, but your hearing aids are a significant financial investment and among the most valuable tools you have to help improve your quality of life and maintain your overall health. The benefits to communication, balance, cognitive health and other aspects of your mental and physical health make it worth your while to have them repaired.

Our hearing aid technicians have the experience, expertise, and equipment to provide the right amount of TLC your device requires along with cleanings, adjustments, and advanced repairs.

Contact us for more information about our hearing aid repair service before you toss your damaged hearing aid into the junk drawer.


A young female undergoing hearing test at Sound Audiology

Request a

It’s often the small things that hold us back from making a decision, whether it’s a question or a concern.

That’s why we have a team of experts on hand to help.

Simply complete this form and when one of our hearing experts has a moment between appointments, they’ll call you for a friendly no-obligation conversation to answer your questions and discuss any concerns that you may have.

Patient Stories

Patient Stories

Kennewick, WA

(509) 572-2444

Walla Walla, WA

(509) 876-0555

Prosser, WA

(509) 786-5599