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Two licensed Audiologists to insure your hearing is properly evaluated.

Our patients


Debra S. - “... Peg is passionate about what she does. She and her staff are excellent. I highly recommend the Hearing Wellness Center.”

Rachel K.

“Absolutely the best audiologist ever

Been going to see her ever since I was little.......could not ever ask for a more caring Dr than Peggy.....”

We are up to date on the newest technology available from the leading manufacturers. We have hearing aids to fit every budget.

We provide more than just hearing aids. We help you hear everything life has to offer

We help you hear everywhere through over 200 hearing loop donations to public facilities in the community .

Our Staff

Our patients love us ... for good reason. We are primarily service providers, we go beyond hearing aids to help you thrive in a noisy world.


Happy Patients


Years of Experience


Patient Satisfaction


Hearing Loops Donated


Audiologists are the primary health-care professionals who evaluate, diagnose, treat, and manage hearing loss and balance disorders in patients of all ages from infants to the elderly.

We can sometimes fix your existing aids. We have new and used hearing aids to fit every budget, but we also know of resources that provide hearing aids to select groups of people.

We have an excellent staff which includes two audiologists at two locations to provide quick expert service. According to our patients, our service is unmatched.

There is a difference between a hearing screening and a comprehensive hearing evaluation. A screening is a quick check of the important frequencies with a pass/fail result; those are free. A comprehensive hearing evaluation is a series of tests to determine if you have hearing loss, the type, cause and degree of the loss and the function of your hearing process. This will be completed by one of our licensed audiologists. There is a cost for this test, but it is covered by many insurance companies.

We provide free aid cleanings and check ups for many of our patients. We are not allowed to do this with some insurance companies and third party hearing aid providers. It is not practical for some older aids that are beyond their warranteed life expectancy. We make every effort to help you hear your best for the least expense.

Audiologists must currently earn a professional degree (the Doctor of Audiology, or Au.D.) which typically involves 4 years of academic and clinical training in audiology, following a traditional 4-year bachelor's degree. Audiologists must be licensed or registered for practice in all states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.