Western Hearing Clinic is the only doctor-owned and operated Audiology and Hearing Aid Center in the panhandle and surrounding area. Many hearing centers are either owned by a manufacturer, or have a sales quota/contract with a certain manufacturer. This can lead to loyalty conflicts and ethical dilemmas. In fact, Western Hearing Clinic is the only hearing clinic that is independent and free from contract, so we are not forced to sell a certain product or procedure.
We place high value on business ethics and patient satisfaction. Western Hearing Clinic donates to many community fundraising events and supports many vital functions of the panhandle. The clinic has been in operation for over 30 years.
Located in Scottsbluff, Nebraska Western Hearing Clinic is located on the main floor of Regional West Medical Plaza North. We are easy to contact and access. Our clinic does everything from basic hearing tests and hearing aids, to tinnitus and cerumen (earwax) removal. We have the highest trained staff in the panhandle, and are proud to serve the many wonderful people we come into contact with every day. With lengthy trial periods and a satisfaction guarantee, Western Hearing Clinic is changing the way you look at hearing health. Come find out what the Western Hearing Clinic difference is all about.
All our products come with warranty and a satisfaction guarantee. We know this is a commitment to a new life and we want you to be confident in your decision. If you’re not happy with our products, you can simply return them. We allow reduced price and trade-ins for used hearing devices, contingent on type and year purchased.
In addition to the two to three year manufacturer warranty for loss/damage and repair, we are happy to offer the EarQ Secure Warranty for a full four years of protection on all EarQ devices; ask us about this during your appointment!
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