Our Primary Purpose and Mission
To provide a broad range of competent educational, informational, prevention, intervention, and advocacy services for the benefit of persons of all ages and backgrounds who have a hearing loss, who are deaf, who may be at risk for hearing loss or deafness, who have tinnitus, or who have a balance disorder.
The EAR Foundation of Arizona will work in a collaborative partnership with persons, health care institutions, governmental agencies, foundations, trusts, and other organizations to provide and promote the best possible outcomes for persons with hearing loss, and for those who are at risk for hearing loss or deafness, who are deaf, who have tinnitus, and/or who have a balance disorder.
About The EAR Foundation of Arizona
The EAR Foundation of Arizona has developed several successful and innovative programs and has greatly benefited from generous grants and gifts from Vitalyst Health Foundation, The Arizona Community Foundation, The Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust, Valley Anesthesiology Foundation, and private donors.
John D. Macias, MD, completed a clinical fellowship at The EAR Foundation in Nashville. Following completion of his fellowship in otology, a surgical subspecialty of otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat specialty), Dr. Macias joined a medical practice in Phoenix, Arizona. In 1995, Dr. Macias established The EAR Foundation of Arizona.
Years of Experience
BASICS Screens Per Year
OUR STAFF & BOARD
John Macias, M.D.
Melanie Moore, Au.D., CCC-A, FAAA
Lylis Olsen, MS, MPH, CCC-A
AzEHDI Coordinator & HEAR for Kids
Melissa Selbst, MPH
This past year, our BASICS staff and Follow-up staff were able to perform 10,026 screens and help hundreds of children receive the medical attention they needed!
The EAR Foundation of Arizona Board
John Macias, MD
Aubrey Maze, MD
326 E. Coronado Road, Suite 203
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Tel: (602) 904-6344
Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 4:00pm
Saturday: By Appointment
I am so grateful that we caught his vision problem early. I believe had I not known about this he would have had problems early on in school.
Lashey, Dominic's mom
If we had not learned about it until he was in school, it would have been too late.
Jennifer, Henry's mom
The early detection will help them succeed in school and recreational activities/hobbies. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!
Barbara, Kenyon and Perry's mom