We are united behind one simple vision: to help more people hear better
Even exciting change can make you wonder how it will affect you. Understanding that you might have some questions, we put together a few answers to get you started.
Why are you changing your name?
For some time now, we have been part of one of the largest groups of hearing care clinics in the country. Across the HearingLife brand, you can expect outstanding hearing technology, excellent support and the most up-to-date diagnostic equipment. HearingLife has grown to more than 600 hearing healthcare centers throughout the United States as a group. This makes it simple for our clients to find hearing support, should they need it, when they travel or if they refer family or friends to us in a different region. By consolidating under the HearingLife name, we hope to improve your entire experience.
Will this impact my care?
There are no changes that will affect your account or services with us. As always, we are dedicated to providing the best hearing solution for your hearing loss, budget and lifestyle needs. We will continue to accept the same hearing aid insurance benefits and to provide similar appointment booking procedures as you had before.
Do you still offer the same products and services?
Yes, we still provide the latest in hearing aid technology and best-in-class service. This name change is not affecting our product offerings or services.
What about my hearing center staff? Is that changing?
This name change doesn’t involve any change of staff in your hearing center, or behind the scenes at the HearingLife head office. Our dedicated experts are still here to help you reach your full hearing potential.
How can I learn more about HearingLife?
We invite you to explore our website including our information about us, safety protocols and hearing blog. You can also make an appointment for a no-obligation visit. Just complete the form below.
What does HearingLife do on a global scale?
As an internationally renowned care provider for people with hearing difficulties, HearingLife uses global resources and outside expertise to address hearing loss . We continually educate the public on updated research linking hearing loss to dementia, diabetes, depression and other serious health matters.