Olean Location
610 Wayne Street Suite 2
Olean, NY 14760
(P) (716) 790-8480
(F) (814) 274-0464
Coudersport Location
536 E 2nd Street
Coudersport, PA 16915
(P) (814) 274-9097
Wellsville Location
Jones Memorial Hospital
191 N Main St
Wellsville, NY 14895
(P) (877) 271-9097

Accepting Most Insurance Plans!

Integrated Family Hearing is committed to providing quality, compassionate and comprehensive hearing healthcare services to the twin tiers community.

Our staff of licensed Doctors of Audiology are highly trained to evaluate, diagnose and answer any questions you may have regarding your treatment options.

We pride ourselves on our patient first philosophy and recognize our responsibility as hearing healthcare professionals to provide individualized and cost-effective hearing healthcare to our community.

Our services include diagnostic hearing evaluations, hearing aid sales and services and comprehensive balance assessments.

With three convenient locations in Coudersport, Pa, Wellsville, NY, and our newest location, Olean, NY, we look forward to taking care of your hearing healthcare needs.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide our patients with the highest quality care audiology has to offer in the most enjoyable and personalized manner possible.

We value your privacy. You can access our privacy policy here: Privacy Policy

Meet our Dedicated and Caring Staff!

Integrated Family Hearing, LLC

Mary Sabolcik, HIS, Dr. Robert L. Campbell,

Dr. Robert W. Petruso II, Dr. Laura L. Lamb

We firmly believe in utilizing the very best equipment and technology the industry has to offer to provide our patients with the best possible care for their hearing needs.

Did You Know Dementia & Alzheimer’s Are Linked to Hearing Loss?

“ There is a direct relationship between degree of hearing loss and risk of developing Dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease.”

“ Men and women in the study with severe hearing loss were five times more likely to develop dementia than those with normal hearing. But even mild hearing loss doubled the risk of dementia, tripled among those with moderate loss and increased five-fold among those with severe hearing loss.“*

“ As hearing worsens, the impaired person is likely to become increasingly frustrated and socially isolated. Social isolation has been linked to depression and now there is another major risk associated with hearing problems: dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.”*

*Research by Dr. Frank R. Lin, Otolaryngologist, Johns Hopkins Medicine in conjunction with colleagues at the National Institute on Aging

Call (814) 274-9097 to schedule your hearing evaulation