I would like to take this opportunity to personally welcome you to Audiology HEARS. Our goal is to provide you a lifetime of hearing - the best possible hearing care, based upon your individual needs. My 19 years, of experience in the field of audiology and auditory rehabilitation includes private practice, Veterans Administration, cochlear implant center, A-V Center, and educational facilities.
Realizing how difficult it was to follow Best Practices in many of those settings, I followed my desire to consistently provide excellent quality of care, to go above and beyond the typical services. In 2006, Audiology HEARS, PC began. (Hearing, Education, and Auditory Rehabilitation Specialists). We moved to our current location in 2008, and have become the Preferred Provider of Audiology and Hearing Instrument Services for primary care physicians throughout North Atlanta, Forsyth County and North Georgia, including Gwinnett, Fulton, Cherokee, and Hall counties.
Anyone with a license can simply sell you a hearing aid. We offer the expertise, professional service, and continuing support that it takes to truly experience success with better hearing and to take full advantage of today’s highly customizable, highly programmable, custom-fit hearing devices.
Additionally, we are the only AudigyCertified™ hearing care practice in our region — a professional designation awarded by elite audiology practices across the country that have recognized our commitment to the highest standards of patient care. As an AudigyCertified practice, we are proud to collaborate with some of the top audiologists in the nation. This prestigious certification also means that we are able to bring you the exclusive AGX Hearing brand — a brand backed by a combination of state-of-the-art hearing care with the most effective, up-to-date technology available. AudigyCertified professionals research all of the available hearing devices and bring together only the most patient-friendly, advanced technologies under the AGX Brand name.
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