What makes a good audiologist/hearing instruments provider?
"True caring and concern for each customer and their overall situation. Also continually improving my technical skills in understanding the newest technology choices and physical fits. Always looking back and thinking, "What have I learned in the past 3 months in fitting the current product technologies? What worked and didn't work? What comments did the customers/patients have regarding the quality of hearing? How can I use this information to move forward and improve outcomes?" I have taken that approach for 30+ years! I try to always fit each person so that no matter what level of technology they have purchased that I have given them an excellent value."
Jerry, hear.com partner provider in Cleveland, OH