Synopsis: HearUSA is opening new hearing centers that are designed to offer access to the latest prescription and over-the-counter hearing aids and provide additional hearing care resources.

Key Takeaways:

  • HearUSA is opening six new hearing centers in Texas, featuring a consumer-friendly environment designed to facilitate access to hearing care and combat hearing loss stigma.
  • The centers offer a range of hearing aids from brands like Widex, Signia, and Sony, along with complimentary hearing evaluations.
  • HearUSA’s mission to improve patient care is supported by the expansion of new centers across Texas, Florida, California, and elsewhere nationwide.

HearUSA will six new hearing centers in Texas as part of its drive to expand statewide access to the latest prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids, as well as provide information and resources that can help Texans shatter the stigma long associated with hearing loss.

HearUSA’s Nationwide Expansion

Throughout March and April, the retailer will open three 21st Century Hearing Centers of the Future in Houston, as well as three others in San Antonio, Keller, and San Marcos. The new locations will join several other HearUSA centers in Texas, Florida, and California as part of a multi-year plan to roll out new centers across the country. All new centers in Texas will be operational by the end of Q2 2024.

“An estimated 48 million Americans are living with hearing loss, and they no longer have to,” says HearUSA President Nick Mengerink. “Major advances in technology performance, coupled with the arrival of fashion-forward small form factor designs, greater affordability, wider availability of over-the-counter hearing aids, and increased financing options, make it possible for everyone with hearing loss to access hearing solutions that are tailored to their needs and lifestyle.”

New Hearing Centers in Texas

The six new Texas centers feature a consumer-friendly environment where clients can explore prescription hearing aids from leading brands like Widex and Signia, as well as over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aid solutions from Sony, according to the company. They can also receive a complimentary hearing evaluation, experience simulated hearing environments, and test various hearing aids with guidance from licensed hearing care professionals (HCPs).

“At HearUSA, we are on a mission to improve the lives of one million Americans with hearing loss by 2028,” Mengerink says. “The opening of new centers throughout Texas, Florida, California, and the rest of the country will make it easier for people to get the information and treatment they need. The more locations we open, the more lives we can change through Simply Excellent Hearing Care.”

HearUSA’s hearing centers are designed to make accessing hearing care easier and more client-centric than ever before. All centers feature a new, modern design concept that is innovative, welcoming, and engaging, with open spaces and product displays.

Last year, HearUSA was named America’s number one hearing care retailer as part of Newsweek and Statista Inc.’s America’s Best Retailers 2023.

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