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We just updated my mom's hearing aids this past month. She's 81 and was so frustrated with her hearing. She's so happy with the new hearing aids. She's smiling, more focused and not afraid to engage in conversation. A blessing for her and for her family! She loves all the people at Albertson! Thank you for your professionalism, expertise and kindness.
Great hearing aid center. Have been a patient here for many years. Very satisfied. The staff and service are terrific and very accommodating. The center offers the latest hearing aid technology. If you are having difficulty hearing this is the place you must go to. Just tell them John sent you!
I highly recommend Advanced Hearing Center. Working with Patricia was a pleasure! She took the time to explain the type off hearing loss and options available to us. She was always professional, knowledgeable and put us at ease. Great customer service!
I am new to wearing hearing aids and I'm very happy I made the decision to wear them. I can hear so much better than before. I never realized what I was missing out on. Thanks to Sophia who is so wonderful and knowledgeable that I am enjoying my new aids. She cares about her patients and takes the time to make sure you are satisfied and comfortable before you leave. The office staff are just great. Advanced Hearing Center really cares about its patients. I highly recommend that this is the place to go for your hearing needs.
The service I received was ecellemt
The audiologist answered all my questions patiently and thoroughly.I
felt really"cared" for
She understood that hearing loss can affect the whole quality of one's life.