Priority Hearing and Tinnitus

Audiology located in Maricopa, AZ & San Tan Valley, AZ




Doctor of Audiology

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Elizabeth Diamond

Licensed Hearing Aid Dispenser

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About Priority Hearing and Tinnitus

The goal of Devin Anderson, AuD, CCC-A, FAAA, and the team at Priority Hearing and Tinnitus is to provide high-quality, comprehensive audiology services to the Maricopa and San Tan Valley, Arizona, communities in Pinal County. 

Priority Hearing and Tinnitus opened in 2015 and is the only audiology practice serving the Maricopa and San Tan Valley areas. The team provides comprehensive, personalized healthy hearing treatment plans and works to identify each patients’ unique hearing profile. This commitment to personalization ensures treatment is comfortable and successful for each patient. 

At Priority Hearing and Tinnitus, patients receive an audiology consultation and diagnosis, as well as treatment for a variety of hearing-related health problems, including hearing loss, hyperacusis, tinnitus, and cerumen removal. The team offers hearing aids and earmolds to address problems with hearing. 

To ensure their patients achieve the best possible outcomes, the team offers modern digital hearing aid options from ReSound, Phonak, Widex®, and Starkey®.

Priority Hearing and Tinnitus has warm, welcoming offices that feature state-of-the-art diagnostic tools and equipment. Anyone experiencing changes to their hearing or hearing-related health problems can make an appointment by calling the office nearest them or by clicking the online booking tool today. 


We accept most insurances. We are not contracted with AHCCCS or Medicaid. If you have any questions regarding coverage, please call our office.

Anthem Blue Cross
Golden Rule
United Health Care

Everything Sounds Too Loud!

Do you find that sounds that used to sound normal now sound too loud? Do you avoid going to places you know will be loud because you feel that places like restaurants and social events to be uncomfortably loud? You may be affected by hyperacusis.

Do I Have Hearing Loss?

For most people, hearing loss happens gradually. This makes it hard to detect as we get used to it over time. Many people don’t even notice as they find ways to compensate.


Words from our patients

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    "I have been a patient of Dr. Anderson for 3 years. He was very knowledgeable and patient in diagnosing my hearing loss."

    Sasha N.
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    "An Audiologist who is also a great listener! Dr. Anderson genuinely cares about the people he helps."

    Joe J.
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    "With confidence, I give Priority Hearing and Tinnitus a 5-star rating, and would give it a 10, if possible."

    Robert C.
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