Draper Utah Hearing & Balance Tests And Hearing Aids Audiology Center Launched

Utah-based Intermountain Hearing has opened a new hearing center in Draper Utah and is offering free consultations for those suffering from hearing issues.

Draper, United States - March 26, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Utah based Intermountain Hearing Centers announced the launch of a new hearing and balance center in Draper. Intermountain Hearing currently has several locations around Utah that cover a range of audiology services.

More information is available at https://www.intermountainhearingcenters.com.

An industry publication reports that approximately 48 million Americans have some degree of hearing loss. The publication also stated that unaddressed hearing loss poses an annual global cost of US$ 750 billion but that interventions to prevent, identify and address hearing loss are cost-effective and can bring great benefit to individuals.

To help with early detection, Intermountain Hearing has opened a new hearing and balance center in Draper, Utah. Services on offer include a hearing and balance center, diagnostics and hearing aid selection & advice.

Intermountain Hearing is also offering a free consultation with a doctor of audiology that covers hearing loss diagnosis, personal lifestyle assessment, treatment plan orientation, hearing aid selection, fitting & verification, patient preferred follow-up & adjustment appointments https://www.intermountainhearingcenters.com/draper-hearing-and-balance-center

According to a spokesperson for Intermountain Hearing Centers, “Intermountain Hearing Centers provide hearing solutions that are customized to each patient’s individual needs. The most important part of what we do is listen. Thanks to today’s advanced technology, we can provide education & solutions that are more powerful, precise and user-friendly than ever before. Steven Harward’s expertise with hearing aid manufacturer Oticon’s state-of-the-art hearing aids ensures that his patients receive superior comfort, unmatched technology and best-in-class features. At Intermountain Hearing Centers our specialists work closely to diagnose your hearing loss & provide you with the best lifestyle solution. This unique process of better hearing begins with a comprehensive hearing evaluation.”

Intermountain Hearing Centers are specialist clinics with locations in Brigham City, Draper, Layton, Ogden, Evanston, Lander and Rock Springs. More information is available over the phone at +1-385-274-2586 or at the URL above.

Location details of the clinics are available at this link https://goo.gl/maps/nBGt79nZgxd1duEr8

Contact Info:
Name: Kevin Harward
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Organization: Intermountain Hearing Centers - Draper
Address: 1136 East, Draper Pkwy, Draper, Utah 84020, United States
Phone: +1-385-274-2586
Website: https://www.intermountainhearingcenters.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88950640

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