Your Hearing Care Experts in Lodi & The Surrounding Areas.

Opening Hours

Monday through Thursday 9am – 4pm


1101 W Tokay St #4, Lodi, CA 95240




Great, in this COVID 19 time. Everyone wore masks, and Dr. Sanders conducted the visit in the waiting room (it was empty). Always have good service there.
Maureen Barresi - Patient at Gold Country Hearing Lodi

I was understandably nervous going in but they were all amazing. The entire staff was kind and patient with me and walked me through all the steps to get my new hearing aids.
Lynne Smith - Patient at Gold Country Hearing Lodi

Meet the Team

Dr. Christine Vong, Doctor of Audiology at Gold Country Hearing

Christine Vong,

Doctor of Audiology

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Samantha Poulos

Hearing Instrument Specialist

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Whether you have a question, a concern, or you need advice, then we’re here to help.

With so many myths, misconceptions, and unknowns, our team of experts can answer your questions, offer guidance, and be there for a friendly no-obligation conversation to help.

Simply complete the form and we’ll call you shortly.

Lady having her hearing tested


When Was Your Last Hearing Test?

Although the latest data shows that hearing loss is the third most common physical condition behind arthritis and heart disease, and the World Health Organization predicts that hearing loss cases will double in the next 30 years, hardly any of us regularly test our hearing.

Although regular eye tests, dental check-ups, and yearly physicals have become the norm, hearing assessments typically only occur once a hearing loss has been noticed by your physician or loved ones.

At Gold Country Hearing, we’re passionate about raising awareness for the importance of regularly testing your hearing.

If you have any concerns about your hearing or a loved one’s hearing, then we strongly encourage you to schedule an initial hearing assessment.

It’s quick and non-invasive, and discovering an early hearing loss means that the right measures can be taken early to ensure that it doesn’t worsen by remaining untreated.

ReSound Hearing aid


Small, Discreet &
Powerful Hearing

Nobody grows up looking forward to the day when they can wear their first prescription hearing aids, but with approximately 48 million Americans having some form of hearing loss, it’s a step that hundreds of thousands of people take each year.

However, the good news is that hearing technology has rapidly progressed over recent years, with the large, clunky devices that you may remember your grandparents wearing being a thing of the past.

Today’s technology is small and discreet, and many of our patients even tell us that their friends and loved ones have never even noticed them.

With rechargeable batteries and advanced connectivity, you can even stream music, sound, and phone calls directly from your cell phone, tablet, or computer into your ears, ensuring that they don’t just amplify your hearing but also amplify your life.

Professional Earwax Removal at Gold Country Hearing

Maintaining Healthy Ears with Professional Earwax Removal

Cerumen, or earwax, can be irritating to deal with, but it plays an important role in helping keep your ears healthy, providing moisture, removing dirt, debris, or foreign objects from your ear canal and combating bacteria and fungus that cause infection.

Too little earwax might cause itching, irritation, and infection, while too much leads to wax buildup, muffled sound, aching, and disrupts hearing aid performance. Consequently, it is necessary to maintain a healthy balance of earwax in order for its natural processes to function as designed.

Rather than running the risk of damaging your ear canal, impacting the wax with a cotton swab or disrupting its natural function, the safest, most effective way to deal with earwax is to allow a professional with access to specialized equipment, techniques, and expertise to remove it for you.

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