Helping You and Your Neighbors Hear Better in Salem
Our passion is helping smart people like you—people who are interested in staying connected and getting the most out of life—rediscover hearing. Our satisfaction comes from the joy our patients feel when they are hearing clearer, able to once again connect with friends, family, and the world around them.
We provide a full range of diagnostic and preventative hearing services, including hearing aid screening, evaluations, hearing aids, and rehabilitative and preventative counseling. You’ll be working with our highly trained staff to couple the latest in hearing aid technology with the best fit for your hearing needs.
Salem Audiology Clinic has helped thousands of people in the Salem, OR area improve their hearing. Chances are we’ve helped your friends and neighbors, and we’re sure that we can help you, too.
Dorris D., Patient
Talk to the Experts
Call us today to cut through the confusion about hearing loss and hearing aids.
C. Scot Frink, AuD FAAA
Dr. Scot Frink grew up in the field of audiology, his father having started Salem Audiology Clinic in 1982, one of the first private practice audiology clinics in the United States. He obtained his Master’s Degree in audiology in 2004, but had been involved hearing aid repair since 1990 and fitting hearing aids since 1995. He recently completed his Doctorate of Audiology in 2016. He previously worked as a regional trainer for Phonak Hearing systems from 1999 – 2001 in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Alaska, before returning to private practice in 2002 where he is co-owner of Salem Audiology Clinic.
Dr. Frink has presented numerous seminars on technology and practice development for state associations in his region, as well as consumer education seminars in his own community. He is passionate about assisting the hearing impaired, serving on numerous boards for consumer education and protection since 2002. When not at Salem Audiology Clinic, he spends time with his family at home. Yes, his children all have red hair.
Carol Sayre, Au.D., CCC-A
Carol Sayre has worked as a clinical audiologist for Salem Audiology Clinic for nearly ten years. She obtained her Master of Science in Speech Communication from Portland State University in 1995, and she went on to obtain her Doctorate of Audiology degree through the Arizona School of Health and Sciences. She has been a member of the Oregon Hearing Society since 2000. Prior to her current position, she worked as a staff audiologist for Starkey Laboratories.
Raised in Albany, Oregon, she enjoys gardening, crocheting, camping, fishing, and BBQ competition. Actively involved in her church, she has participated in several mission trips abroad to help with various building projects, served on the church board, participated in the church choir and worship team.
Jonathan Hamm, COCH
Licensed Hearing Aid Specialist
Jonathan Hamm became Salem Audiology Clinic’s full-time repair technician in 2002, and in 2008 became licensed as a Hearing Instrument Specialist. He also became qualified for installing what are known as “field loop systems”, which provide additional assistance for people who have hearing loss in public locations like churches and theaters. Jonathan is now lead hearing healthcare professional at Salem Audiology’s Woodburn Hearing Center, but also works on a more limited basis at the North Salem office.
Jonathan and his wife, Debbie, have three children. Jonathan is also an accomplished musician, playing with the Salem Pops Orchestra, and he is also a team leader for a local Royal Rangers troupe.
Tori Blomquist, MS, CCC-A
Tori Blomquist joined Salem Audiology Clinic as a staff audiologist in 2012. Certified by the American Speech Language and Hearing Association, she received her Master’s Degree in Audiology from Brigham Young University. With more than 20 years of experience, she has worked in a variety of clinical settings with both pediatric and adult populations.
Tori started her audiology career at OHSU, and has also worked with Dr. John Epley who developed “The Epley Maneuver” a treatment for patients with specific types of vertigo. She has also worked for the Northwest Education Service District, testing and fitting hearing aids on school age children. Tori with her husband and children reside in the Beaverton area and enjoy spending time with their family, friends and church community.
Jade Kuhl, AuD
Dr. Jade Kuhl grew up in a small town in southern Illinois. She received her Bachelors of Science in Communication Disorders and Sciences at Eastern Illinois University and her Doctorate of Audiology from the University of South Alabama in May 2017. She loves working in a profession that helps people by improving their quality of life through better hearing and communication. In her free time, she loves to explore new places, try new food, and play with her dog, Zoey.