On May 13, the Columbus Speech & Hearing Center (CSHC) staff and Board, as well as members of the Dublin Chamber of Commerce, celebrated the grand opening of our new Dublin audiology office with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony.
“According to the Hearing Loss Association of America, only 1 in 5 people who need a hearing aid actually wear one,” said James O. Dye, CSHC President & CEO. “We expanded our services to Dublin to make high quality hearing healthcare more accessible to residents in the area.”
The new office, located at 5155 Bradenton Ave., Suite 150 in Dublin, specializes in audiology services, hearing evaluations, hearing aid consultations and fittings, custom hearing protection, special program and follow up care. Dr. Natalie Rosselli and Dr. Jennifer Thomson serve as the onsite audiologists.
“I’m looking forward to bringing the high-quality hearing care that patients expect from Columbus Speech & Hearing Center to the Dublin area,” said Dr. Rosselli. “By having this location, we will be able to improve so many more patients’ lives through better hearing.”
“The Dublin community has been very supportive and welcoming of our expansion,” Dye added. “We’re incredibly grateful to our philanthropic partner, The Columbus Foundation, for the financial support to make this new expansion possible.”
Due to COVID-19 restrictions at the time, the ribbon-cutting ceremony was limited in attendees. However, you’re invited to celebrate the new office and potential impact it will have on the central Ohio community by scheduling an appointment, touring the facility or donating a financial gift.
CSHC is a nonprofit organization that relies on the support of volunteers and donors to continue to provide services and programs so that people of all ages receive the intervention and therapy needed for their communication challenges. Consider giving a generous gift so the next person who walks through our doors leaves experiencing better hearing and speech.