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Communication for Life!
At the Eugene Hearing & Speech Center....
Our mission is to provide the highest-quality evaluation, treatment, education and advocacy for individuals with communication disorders. We served nearly 6,200 people in 2013. Learn more.
News & Announcements
2014 Eugene Register-Guard Readers' Choice Awards
Apr. 16 | THANK YOU to all who supported EHSC in this years Eugene Register-Guard Readers' Choice Awards. Thanks to you we were just voted "Favorite Hearing Aid Center" for the FIFTH year in a row!
Board of Directors Search for New Executive Director
The Eugene Hearing & Speech Center, a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) community agency with a 60 year history seeks a new Executive Director. The Executive Director leads and manages a professional staff of audiologists, teachers of the hearing impaired/deaf, speech/language pathologists & assistants. The Center has an annual operating budget of $2 million with 85% of revenue from operations and the remainder from grants, private donations and contributions to the Center’s Foundation. Five or more years experience in healthcare or 501 (c)(3) non-profit administration required. Competitive salary, benefits and growth potential.
Send resumes and letters of interest to R. K. Short at
email@example.com or 975 Oak Street, Suite 700, Eugene, OR 97401. We will accept resumes through April 30, 2014.
Speech Department Coordinator Named
Mar. 27 | EHSC is pleased to announce that Mark Detweiler, M.S., CCC-SLP has been named Speech Department Coordinator. Mark has been part of the EHSC speech team since graduating from the University of Oregon's graduate program in speech-language pathology in 2008. Mark works with clients of all ages and is looking forward to the challenges of his new positiion.
Save This Date!
Mar. 10 | The fourth annual Brighter Futures Breakfast is scheduled for Tuesday, May 20 at the Valley River Inn. The event, a fundraiser for EHSC, will start promptly at 7:30 am. This year's guest speaker is the voice of Autzen Stadium, Don Essig. Mark you calendars now!
Winter Issue of Sound Advice Now Available
Mar. 10 | The winter edition of our newsletter, Sound Advice (now published three times annually) is hitting mailboxes all over the local area and beyond. If you would like to see the online version just use this link. To view our 2013 donor appreciation page, click here. If you are interested in making a donation to the Center, you will find another link on page four of the newsletter that will allow you to do that.
Board Appoints Interim Director
Feb. 11| Clark Anderson has been appointed as the interim Executive Director of EHSC during the time it takes to recruit a permanent replacement for Doris Towery who recently resigned to take another position.
Originally working as a researcher and teacher in sociobiology, Clark switched to a career in health care management and planning, working most recently as the Executive Director of the South Coast Health Alliance before retiring due largely to his severe and progressive hearing loss. Since getting bilateral cochlear implants he is able to assume the responsibilities at the Center and has come full circle from being a client at the Center to serving as the Interim Director.
The Board of Directors is currently engaged in a nation wide search for a permanent replacement and hopes to complete the process in 60-90 days.
2013 Eugene Register-Guard Reader's Choice Awards
Apr. 11| Thank you to all who supported EHSC in the 2013 Reader's Choice Awards. Thanks to you, we were selected the "Favorite Hearing Aid Center" for the fourth year in a row!
Imagine a World Without Sound
May. 20, 2013| Our mission is to provide the highest quality evaluation, treatment, education and advocacy for individiuals with communication disorders.
Why Donate to EHSC?
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