HPA’s objective is to accurately assess and treat hearing related disorders. Our doctor of audiology, Michelle Novakovich, is a highly trained hearing healthcare professional who can identify, assess, and manage disorders of the auditory system. Essentially, Dr. Novakovich will provide the rehabilitation necessary to improve the quality of your hearing and quality of life.
HPA has a wide selection of the most advanced fully digital hearing instruments available today, but with the service and price that will fit every individual need.
HPA has been serving the communities of High Point, Archdale, Sophia, Trinity, Lexington, and Thomasville since 1984. The facility offers diagnostic testing for all ages, school audiological management, hearing aid evaluation and dispensing. In addition, we offer mobile industrial hearing conservation.
Loren Novakovich has been a Certified Hearing Conservationist since 2002. He currently operates a state-of-the-art mobile hearing testing vehicle for over 100 local industries from Johnson Controls to Mannington Wood Floors. Loren is OSHA certified to train, test, and review results with employees that are required to be in a Hearing Conservation Program mandated by OSHA section 1910.95. Loren is also certified to conduct sound level surveys for industrial settings.
Terry Kiger has served as Business Manager for HPA for the last three years and is Michelle’s father. He is a graduate of East Forsyth High School and North Carolina State University with a degree in Ceramic Engineering. Terry worked for GTE Sylvania, 3M, Brush Wellman, Motorola and Fortune Personnel Consultants of Greensboro prior to joining HPA. With Motorola he served as Director of Manufacturing and had expatriate experience in Costa Rica and Ireland. At Fortune Terry specialized in placing candidates in the area of Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma.
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