Your independent, local & patient focused Audiologist
CRAIG T. BARTH, Audiologist
Located in Morristown and Hackettstown for more than 30 years, we have developed many valued relationships in Northwest New Jersey. Our reputation continues to draw more patients looking for lifestyle improvements through better hearing. We are proud to be recognized as the only HearingUp Best Practices Audiologist in Northern New Jersey.
Independent. Local. Patient-Focused.
30 Years of Helping Ears
Many hearing aid dispenser and audiologists work for hearing aid manufacturers or large healthcare corporations. We are the only self-owned Audiologist practice in the Morristown and Hackettstown areas. Audiologist, Craig T. Barth, M.A., CCC-A, FAAA, takes his responsibility and commitment to patients very seriously. His name is on the door - he is personally accountable for everything about his practice. You can trust him to maintain the same professionalism that has earned him an excellent reputation in Morristown & Hackettstown areas for over 30 years.
The practice is a family affair. Audiologist Craig T. Barth and office manager, Liz Barth, are a husband-wife team! Liz’s training is in the field of Social Work. They share a common philosophy about listening to, accommodating and respecting all who visit the practice. They show every patient the same level of care and compassion they would their own family. View our specialties below or see a full list of our audiological services here.
Hearing Aid Fittings
Real Ear Measurement
Hearing Aid Repair
What is best practice audiology?
Best Practices in Audiology
What are Best Practices and why do they matter to you?
Choosing an Audiologist that follows Best Practices (like Craig T. Barth does at his clinic) is key to a life transforming hearing care experience. Treating hearing loss is complex and requires a provider who will invest the time and resources in your optimal hearing results.
Craig is one of less than 30% of hearing care providers that follows Best Practices and routinely uses Real-Ear Measures when programming hearing aids and never “guesses” the prescription.