To continue to protect you, other patients, and staff in 2022, strict protocols remain in place to ensure you visit a safe and sterile environment.

Mask requirement: With the contagiousness of the Omicron strain of COVID-19, we are asking all patients, regardless of vaccination status, to wear masks throughout their office visit with us. 

To stay up to date with the latest CDC government guidelines in your county, please use the CDC tool below.


#1 – Self-Wellness Check

If you or a family member are experiencing a fever, cough, or runny nose, then please call to reschedule your appointment at least 14 days into the future as a precaution.

Similarly, if you have been diagnosed or are waiting for test results for COVID-19, then please reschedule.

#2 – Hand Washing On Arrival

All patients must wash their hands upon arrival before entering our office as clearly marked on the office door, you will then be asked to use the hand sanitizer upon entering

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#3 – Minimum Company For Appointments

You’re kindly asked to bring a maximum of one person with you for your appointment, and ideally visit alone if possible.


#4 – Thorough Cleaning Between Appointments

Between appointments, additional time has been scheduled to thoroughly clean all surfaces, sterilize areas between patients and ensure each patient is entering a sterile environment

#5 – Minimized Waiting Times

Although all magazines and toys have been removed from the waiting room for sterile reasons, processes are now in place to minimize waiting times through reduced paperwork and spaced-out scheduling of appointments

Your health and wellbeing remain our number one priority.

To schedule an appointment or to ask any questions, then please call (480) 684-1080.


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Dr. Debra L. Hamila, Au.D., CCC/A

Debra Hamila received her master’s degree in audiology from Cleveland State University and her Au.D. from Arizona School of Health Sciences and has been a practicing audiologist for more than 33 years. She has worked in a variety of ENT offices, hospital, and clinical settings.