Professional Hearing Center 785-827-3849

249 S Santa Fe Ave, Salina, KS 67401 Opens Monday at 8 a.m.


Our Motto Is The Golden Rule "Treat others as you would like to be treated."

Life's special moments are all around us in the sense of sound. I want you to be able to hear and enjoy them to the fullest.

Today, one in ten Americans has a hearing loss - many are not aware their hearing loss exists or where to go for help.

I've seen so many people discover that there really is a whole new world of sound just waiting to be heard.

We work with you and your family to find the right solution for your hearing loss, combining the latest in hearing technology with the best in personal service.

On behalf of everyone at Professional Hearing Center, I look forward to helping you rediscover the sounds of your life. -Patrick Putzier

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Fax: 785-827-3849

Alternate Phone: 800-536-3849

This business appears in: Health Care, Doctors & Clinics, Medical Supplies & Equipment

Business affiliations

  • Fellow American Academy of Audiology
  • Member Kansas Speech and Hearing Association


  • 1980 B.S./Speech Pathology and Audiology - University of Nebraska Undergraduate
  • 2006 Doctorate in Audiology-Still University of Health Sciences Post-Graduate
  • 1982 M.S./Audiology - University of Nebraska Graduate


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Dr. Patrick Putzier

Dr. Patrick Putzier

Credentials: Doctorate in Audiology-AT Still University of Health Sciences, 2006 M.S./Audiology - University of Nebraska, 1982 B.S./Speech Pathology and Audiology ...

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