EARS4U Hearing Healthcare

About Us

Meet Dr. Rebecca Grome, Owner & Lead Audiologist

Dr. Grome believes that the impact of hearing loss can be misunderstood and under appreciated. She believes in not only treating the hearing loss but the whole patient and help loved ones better understand significance of not fully hearing.

Dr. Grome completed her Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) at the University of Cincinnati. She is licensed by the state of Tennessee as an Audiologist and is also a member of the American Academy of Audiology (AAA). Prior to working at Ears4U, Dr. Grome was a hearing aid manufacturer regional sales manager, where she specialized in training other Audiologists in patient-centric approaches to care and treatment of hearing loss. 

Dr. Grome specializes in diagnostic audiologic evaluations and hearing aid services, including selection, fitting, and follow-up care, as well as musician monitors and hearing preservation. She thrives on patient success and getting to know them personally.

When Dr. Grome isn’t caring for her patients she enjoys spending time with family, including her husband, Nick, and son, Perry. She and her family are happy to be back in Nashville and enjoying all the food, walking trails and adventures that Music City has to offer!

We believe that when you’re hearing your best, you’re living your best!

Founded in 1990 Ears4U is dedicated to helping each of our patients experience the best hearing possible. Hearing loss can affect anyone at any age. Left untreated, it can be frustrating and leave you feeling isolated. The good news is, our experienced team can help!

We are committed to offering our patients the highest quality of hearing health care and conservation. We pride ourselves in working with cutting edge technology to treat hearing loss, hearing conservation, custom ear-pieces, and music monitors. We offer superior hearing care with memorable patient care. We welcome new patients and are happy to be a second opinion. It is important to our team that you have complete continuity in your health care. For this reason we work closely with your physicians and diligently maximize your insurance benefits. 

Ears4U is a BBB (Better Business Bureau) accredited business. Our location at 411 East Iris Drive is in the Berry Hill section of Nashville, TN. Our location is near One Hundred Oaks Mall. Our building has a no charge level parking lot. We are on the ground floor for your ease of access. Appointments are available Monday through Friday from 9-5. We also offer a walk in time from 12:00 noon till 1:00 p.m. daily Monday-Friday for brief visits. We have a 45-day return privilege on our hearing aids.

"But what a humiliation for me when someone standing next to me heard a flute in the distance and I heard nothing, or someone standing next to me heard a shepard singing and again I heard nothing. such incidents drove me almost to despair; a little more of that and I would have ended my life - It was only my art that held me back." Ludwig van Beethoven


An important question we are often asked....Why an Audiologist? 

An Audiologist is one of three types of professionals who treat hearing loss, and with their combination of educational background and clinical skills, an Audiologist is the most highly trained specialist to care for hearing loss.


What do audiologists treat?

Audiologists possess either a master’s or a doctorate in audiology, and are the ultimate expert when it comes to your sense of hearing. If you are experiencing mild or severe hearing loss, they will conduct a variety of tests to determine its type, source and degree. If your hearing loss is significant enough, audiologists will recommend, dispense and fit the appropriate hearing aid or assistive device. They also deal with other hearing problems like tinnitus and inner ear balance. As well as being experts in hearing conservation. Essentially, audiologists deal with all non-medical aspects of hearing. You should seek out an audiologist (through a referral, if required) when you experience any of the following problems: 

  • Excess earwax buildup that interferes with hearing

  • Decreased hearing abilities, whether mild or severe, gradual or sudden

  • Tinnitus


What makes an audiologist the right professional for me?

Audiologists have extensive educational and clinical requirements when pursuing their certification. This hearing professional is generally the right person to address your hearing issues because of their wide base of knowledge and specialties. Many individuals visit an audiologist to have a baseline hearing exam performed and to establish where their hearing health currently is and whether it’s beginning to deteriorate.