(808) 469-4982

(808) 469-4982

Speech and Hearing Therapy

Speech and Hearing Therapy

Our Speech and Hearing specialists evaluate a person’s speech-language and/or hearing skills to determine the probable cause and extent of any existing disorder then develops appropriate treatment to correct or lessen the communication problem. 

Speech and Hearing Therapy (also known as speech-language pathology and audiology) are important health-related specialties that focus on the development of communication and the treatment of associated disorders. 

Speech therapy focuses on voice and speech-language skills, while hearing therapy deals with hearing and hearing impairment. No matter if the disorders are present at birth or acquired later in life from disease, illness, head injury, substance abuse or allergy, we can help.
We are the faculty practice of the University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine.


Gold Bond Building

University Health Partners of Hawaii – Speech and Hearing Clinic
Clinic Gold Bond Building
677 Ala Moana Boulevard, Suite 625 Honolulu, HI 96813

(808) 692-1580

Meet Our Physicians

Recent News

UHP Makes Appearances

March 15, 2019 — On February 23, Kim Kaohi (Clinical Operations Specialist) and the author of this piece, Marybeth Kotrodimos (Administrative/Communications Assistant) each represented UHP at two professional events: a conference for American College of Physicians (ACP) in the Dole Cannery and the Mini-Med School at JABSOM, respectively. While Marybeth does her best to educate attendees at these events, it is always she who learns so much from working at exhibits for UHP.

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Pride, Humility, Collaboration – and Another Achievement for CSD

March 11, 2019 — The University of Hawaii Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD), has been named recipient of the Oscar and Rosetta Fish Fund Grant, an award given to provide speech therapy services to disadvantaged children aged three to five. Spearheaded by Dr. Pauline Mashima, the effort that led to CSD receiving this $60,000 grant reflects the spirit of collaboration and the respect members of this department have for each other, as well as their commitment to helping underprivileged members of our community overcome barriers to communication.

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