Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital Audiology Clinic has an audiologist on staff and provides many hearing related services. Sharlene Schmidt, M.S. Audiologist is a native of Saskatchewan, Canada and practices in Glasgow, Montana.

Sharlene is currently licensed in audiology and hearing aid dispensing. She has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communication Disorders and a Master of Science Degree in Audiology. Audiologists must renew their licenses annually after completing annual continuing education credits.

What should I expect at my appointment?

Comprehensive hearing tests in a sound treated booth are performed. After visiting with the patient and considering their thoughts and communication needs I make the best recommendation possible for that individual. Trial periods are available and necessary. It takes time to work with patients to get the best possible results so they can enjoy the benefit of hearing in most environments. After patients are tested and diagnosed with a hearing impairment a hearing aid may be recommended. Sharlene works with all types of hearing aids. She can assess, repair, and clean all types of hearing aids and  works with a variety of hearing aid companies. 

What services are provided?

The services provided by Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital Audiology are hearing tests and screenings for all ages, hearing aid selection and verification. Sharlene provides hearing tests each fall in the schools from Westby to Dodson Montana, testing students in grades Kindergarten through 2nd grade and 9th or 10th grade. Teachers and parents can also request a student be tested if they suspect a problem. Students with known hearing losses are monitored annually and new students are also screened. In the spring, FMDH Audiology participates with the Glasgow Public Schools to provide community pre-school Child Find screenings. Sharlene travels to Malta, Montana, on a monthly basis for provision of services in that location as well. Sharlene has a good working relationship with Ear, Nose, and Throat Specialist Dr. Brett Bennion who also holds clinic in Glasgow Montana every two weeks.

Other services provided by FMDH Audiology are construction of custom hearing protection for hunters, pilots, construction workers, farmers, and others who exposed to loud noise. Sharlene can provide industrial testing for local businesses who would like to provide that service to their employees.


"If you have a problem with your hearing aid or if your hearing changes I will be right here to help you. My goal has always been to meet or exceed my patient's expectations. I want to give people the best chance to hear things around them. Life is too short to miss out." 


Sharlene Schmidt, M.S. Audiologist

To make an appointment with Sharlene Schmidt at

Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital 

406-228-3530 or 406-228-3656