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AccuQuest, A HearingLife Company:
Camp Hill, PA

1900 Chestnut Street
Camp Hill, PA 17011
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AccuQuest, A HearingLife Company:
Camp Hill, PA

The AccuQuest Hearing Centers office in Camp Hill, PA has been serving our community for over 30 years now. We are located  at 1900 Chestnut Street which is at the end of Trindle Road off 18th Street on Chestnut Street, across from the gym. Chestnut street runs parallel to Main Street in Camp Hill, 1 street south of Main Street. When traveling from Mechanicsburg area, Trindle Road turns into Chestnut Street as you travel east towards Camp Hill. Our office is at the end of Chestnut on the corner of Chestnut and 21st Street.

We make it a point to address all questions and concerns, while supplying you with superior patient care, sound and stable hearing recommendations, cutting edge diagnostic evaluations, and the best hearing aid technology available. We look forward to providing superb, individualized care at each and every visit along the way to your journey to better hearing. In order to offer you these benefits, we have put together the following incentives:

  • The most advanced hearing technologies on the market.

  • 3 year complete service warranty with damage and loss coverage on nearly all hearing aids.

  • 30 day trial period.

  • Free in-office cleanings, repairs and adjustments, indefinitely.

  • Free hearing evaluation and free annual testing*.

  • We accept a wide variety of insurances.

If you feel that you may be experiencing hearing problems, we invite you to call our office and make an appointment at any time. We'll conduct a free hearing screening to see how our advanced hearing aids can improve your quality of life. With the broad selection of hearing aid models we offer, each individual gets the hearing aid that works best for their unique situation. In our Camp Hill office, we work with the community in several ways to increase awareness about hearing loss, as well as its causes, prevention and treatment. By working with local primary care and family physicians, we are able to ensure that patient’s don’t slip under the radar without being screened. We also participate in local health fairs and exhibitions to provide complimentary hearing screenings to the public.  Our goal is to increase the sounds of the community for as many people within it as possible.

*Testing is used to determine whether fitting a hearing aid is the proper course of action.