Alpaca Audiology, (Alpaca), an independent audiology clinic group, announced that it has acquired the Hearing and Tinnitus Center Long Island. Terms of the sale were not disclosed.

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Hearing and Tinnitus Center Long Island is an audiology clinic located in Woodbury, New York and offers a comprehensive range of hearing services including hearing evaluations, tinnitus retraining therapy, hearing aid technology, misophonia, and hyperacusis management.  According to their website, the Center also offers remote and preventative care options for patients.

“We are very excited to welcome Hearing and Tinnitus Center Long Island to the Alpaca family,” said Alpaca President, Brian Vesely. “We have long admired their exemplary reputation and unparalleled commitment to patient care and look forward to the continued growth and success of the clinic.” 

Alpaca Audiology is comprised of 13 regional brands, operating more than 220 clinics across the country. Hearing and Tinnitus Center Long Island will retain its name and be a part of Alpaca’s Empire Hearing & Audiology regional brand.

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According to Alpaca’s website, the company “unites top-tier talent with relentless innovation to create a best-in-class network of hearing health brands and community-based clinics.” Alpaca is “on a mission to transform outcomes for patients nationwide.”

Built upon a foundation of serving patients in its owned clinics, Alpaca gives hearing care providers “options to thrive,” according to its website description. The company is “always looking to add clinic groups, both large and small, to the Alpaca Audiology family.” Today, the family of Alpaca clinics is made up of 13 regional brands, operating more than 200 “best-in-class clinics” across the country, and is growing all the time. Alpaca is “proud to team up with the best local providers to provide Gold Standard hearing care to more people in more places.”

Source: Alpaca Audiology