Hearing Aid Office Wins Practice of the Month

What does it take for a Hearing Aid Office to win the Practice of the Month Award? Well, it is not uncommon to hear words like, “Hearing Group Emporia not only gave me back my Hearing but have also changed my life”, or “Hearing Group people are wonderful. So helpful! They want you happy or they’re not happy” or “I was impressed with their knowledge, sense of professionalism”. These are just a few of the comments people are making about the Hearing Group team in Emporia via Google.

Gevan Stover is leading the charge with his Patient Care Coordinator Justine Sandstrom at his side to help as many people hear the very best they can. As a result, it is apparent that patients just love the service they are receiving.

At the beginning of each month, Hearing Group highlights a practice with the Practice of the Month award. Make no mistake about it, receiving this award demonstrates the highest level of hard work and service to patient care. People recognize Hearing Group for this.

We are proud to announce the HG Emporia, KS team to receive this honor for November 2017.

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If you or a loved one are in the Emporia area it is worthwhile to stop in and visit them to see what they can do for you. ?Furthermore, with the service they are giving, you will walk out extremely pleased.

“One thing that makes us special is our great selection of hearing instruments” comments Gevan. They offer products from top of the line manufacturers including a variety of styles and technologies to fit anyone’s lifestyle and budget. Indeed, this straightforward approach lends to why people love Hearing Group. “It is all about the patients in our practice. Sure, hearing aids cost money but that is a distant second to making sure they walk out hearing happy. That is what I love about our practice and I believe that is why people love us!” comments Gevan.

Jesse Hidalgo, BC-HIS

Jesse is Board Certified in Hearing Instruments and has built over 25 practices during his business career starting in 1998. Using his training in Hearing Instrument Sciences he has helped thousands of patients across those practices hear better.
Published: December 5, 2017
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