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Our mission is to make professional hearing services as convenient as possible for our patients.
We provide many options to deal with your hearing loss, including our complete line of digital, programmable, and conventional hearing aids.
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Did you know that 28 million Americans are hearing impaired and about 500 million are experiencing hearing loss worldwide? Individuals between the ages of 45 and 64 years suffer from hearing loss more than individuals over the age of 65. Hearing loss is affecting more and more of the world's population each day.
This can be due to loud machinery at work, electronics (such as today's iPods or MP3 Players) or even the sound of heavy traffic. Several other factors can also cause the three types of hearing loss. Even though hearing loss is irreversible, it can be treated by reducing the sound levels that enter the ear canal.
We are a premier full-service hearing aid healthcare facility, we can help improve your hearing loss and your appreciation of all life's precious sounds. We hope the information provided on this website will prove educational and beneficial to those of you who have a concern about your hearing healthcare, as well as concerns about the hearing healthcare of your family and friends.
Call or visit us at our two locations:
Toll Free: 1-800-216-8775
Valdosta Hearing Aid Center
1310-B Baytree Rd.
Valdosta, GA 31602
Albany Hearing Aid Center
307 Grand Island Dr. Suite 3
Albany GA, 31707
Our store is open 24/7 and orders are shipped as expeditiously as conditions allow. Follow this link to our store and let us be your one stop for .
From the beginning, our priority was, and still is to create 'customer satisfaction' by providing the highest quality hearing care possible that fosters a collaboration partnership between the patient and the hearing aid specialist. Valdosta/Albany Hearing Aid Center uses advanced hearing technology that allows us to program your hearing aids to your hearing specifications.
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