Summary: HearUSA has opened two new hearing centers in California, expanding its network to provide client-centric hearing care solutions to more Americans.


  1. HearUSA has opened new centers in El Cajon and Carmel Valley, enhancing access to hearing care in the San Diego area.
  2. The company continues to expand its “Center of the Future” concept, with plans to open many more locations nationwide.
  3. HearUSA aims to provide accessible, high-quality hearing care and advanced hearing aid technologies to the estimated 48 million Americans with hearing loss.

Hearing care retailer HearUSA has opened two new hearing centers in California, located in El Cajon and Carmel Valley.

The two new locations join a growing network of customer-centric centers in California, Florida, and Texas as the company accelerates its mission to change the lives of one million Americans with hearing loss, the company says. 

Since opening its first “Center of the Future” last year in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, the company has opened several 21st-Century hearing care centers with plans to open dozens more locations across the country in the next several years. 

“San Diego is the eighth largest city in the country, with a population of some 1.3 million people, and nearly half of the citizens are aged 60 and older. It’s been estimated that one of every five San Diego residents have some form of hearing loss and we are committed to providing these people with greater access to the information, resources, and solutions that can help them lead healthier, more engaged lives,” says HearUSA President Nick Mengerink.

Hearing Centers in San Diego

The two new San Diego area 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. 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).

“As a company, we are committed to providing Simply Excellent Hearing Care to the estimated 48 million Americans who are living with hearing loss when they no longer have to,” says Mengerink. “New hearing aid technologies have significantly improved sound quality, performance and usability. 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, it’s clear that everyone living with hearing loss can now access hearing solutions that are tailored to their needs and lifestyle.”

HearUSA Hearing Centers of the Future are designed from the ground up to make accessing hearing care easier and more client-centric, the company says. All centers feature a new, modern design concept that is innovative, welcoming, and engaging, with open spaces and product displays.

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