At Hearing Group, helping you hear better with hearing aids is what we do best! Also, patient’s love that they come first! Especially relevant, is our hearing aid technology options are second to none. Most noteworthy though, we carry state of the art features such as Made for iPhone hearing aids and Rechargeable hearing aids.
In addition, we make the process simple. Due to our free hearing test and free hearing aid test drives you are sure to get the technology that is right for your hearing loss and lifestyle! Additionally, what sets us apart is our, You’re Approved For a Set of Hearing Aids approach. We believe that better hearing should be had by all. Therefore, no matter what, we have a Better Hearing Plan for you, with as little as $99 down.
Finally, look around and when you’re ready, let’s get you on the road to better hearing so you can start enjoying life again!
Our Locations With multiple locations, we therefore, provide top quality hearing care at an office convenient to you!
“Patients First, No Matter What, They Always Come First!”
What makes Hearing Group your logical choice for hearing care?
Your hearing healthcare is not only our expertise but also our passion! Why is Hearing Group your place for better hearing? Because our professionals have special training in technology that helps you get connected to hearing life again. Besides that, we love what we do!
We believe that hearing is not just a simple function. At the very least, it’s an experience which encompasses the ears and the brain. Therefore, that is why you need to make sure you find a hearing aid professional that will take the time to work with you and also help you receive the best hearing experience possible.
Don’t be fooled into buying hearing instruments online or without the proper follow-up care. Your hearing loss is with you for the rest of your life. So, rest assured we will be there every step of the way to help you enjoy every moment you can! Looking for the best prices? Check out our hearing instrument lineup and prices. If you find it cheaper let us know and we will help you compare apples for apples to help you get the best package possible.
Hearing Group is on a mission to educate the world about hearing loss.
One of the ways we’re doing that is with our Lunch & Learns!
At a Lunch & Learn, our hearing professionals will be there to let you test out a set of hearing aids. You will get to wear them during the entire event and experience what it will really feel like when you get a pair of hearing aids! We’ll play a video for you so that you can see for yourself the hearing aid’s streaming capabilities. And, you can bring your spouse so he or she can see what it would be like to watch TV with you comfortably again! We’ll talk briefly about a variety of important subjects, such as the link between hearing loss and dementia, and the link between hearing loss and diabetes. If you have any questions at all about those topics or others, our hearing professionals will be there ready to answer. If you’re unsure if you’re ready to purchase hearing aids and want to try them out first or if you have questions about hearing aids or hearing loss in general, you should attend our next Lunch & Learn! And don’t forget, we’re buying lunch😉
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