About Our Clinic

Our patients are the center of our practice at American Hearing Centers in Hillsborough, NJ; and giving them the best care possible is what we are all about. No matter the lifestyle or budget, we will find or create custom solution that will work best for you.

About Hearing Loss

There are two types of hearing loss conductive and sensorineural. The evaluation that helps with assessing which type of hearing loss someone has is made up several tests that can measure how you hear. The results come in a form called audiogram.  Our staff is ready and willing to help you take the first steps in diagnosing your degree of hearing loss.

 Our Services

Our staff is trained in offering hearing screenings and demonstrations, routine and diagnostic testing, programming and adjustments, in-office repairs and maintenance of all makes and models of hearing aids, hearing aid batteries, and hearing aid accessories. Any new hearing aids purchased from us come with an evaluation period, extended warranty, and 0% financing!

We have enjoyed calling Hillsborough Township, NJ home and take great pride in providing comfort and care to our patients to make them feel like family. We want our patients to be able to get their questions answered in a timely fashion, so we have made ourselves available Monday – Friday. Get on the path to better hearing today and call us for a free hearing screening.

American Hearing Centers in Hillsborough, NJ is part of the Hearing Health USA network of healthcare providers, whose patient promise states: “We are dedicated to providing our patients with the highest level of hearing healthcare and to guide each individual through their journey to better hearing.” 

Avery G. Spector, HIS, NJ Hearing Aid Supervising Dispenser Lic. #1175

Avery G. Spector, BC-HIS, Supervising New Jersey Hearing Aid Dispenser Lic# 1175

Meet Our Providers

Janis Jenkins, Au.D, CCC-A, F-AAA

Janis Jenkins, Au.D, CCC-A, F-AAA has been practicing Audiology for over 20 years. She is a member of the American-Speech-Language-Hearing-Association(ASHA) and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology (AAA). In addition to being a Doctor of Audiology, she is also a licensed hearing aid dispenser. “My goal as a hearing healthcare provider is to improve the communication ability of my patients in order to keep them connected to their family, friends and community. Educating patients and their families about hearing loss, and providing excellent service, is my primary focus.”