Savannah Speech and Hearing Center

1206 East 66th Street

Savannah, GA, 31404

(912) 355-4601

At Savannah Speech and Hearing Center, we provide comprehensive services to people of all ages

Mission Statement

At Savannah Speech and Hearing Center, we provide comprehensive services to people of all ages with speech, language, and hearing problems regardless of financial status. We are committed to excellence in customer service and satisfaction.

Over Fifty Years of Excellence

Since 1954, the legacy of Savannah Speech & Hearing Center has been one of hard work, innovative solutions, and an unwavering commitment to meeting the speech, language, and hearing needs of children and adults throughout this community. The Center leads the way as a direct service provider, information resource center, and advocate for people of all ages. Savannah Speech & Hearing Center is dedicated to helping children and adults fulfill their potential and explore every opportunity to enjoy a happy and rewarding future.

Our speech-language pathologists and audiologists are certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and are licensed by the Georgia State Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.


We provide comprehensive hearing assessments for children and adults, customized hearing instruments and accessories, cochlear implant eligibility evaluations, mapping, and follow-up. Additional services include industrial hearing tests, central auditory processing assessment, consultation, training, and hearing aid repair.

Speech and Language

Accurate assessment of a speech-language disorder is the first step to successful treatment. We offer screenings, comprehensive evaluations, and a wide range of treatment options for infants, children, and adults including: speech / articulation, oral-motor abilities, language, auditory processing, phonological awareness, autism, feeding difficulties, aural habilitation/rehabilitation, stuttering, voice, language-based learning disabilities, language-based reading difficulties, and other related communication disorders.