You'll feel at home as soon as you visit Hearing Care Center. Our staff will greet you by name, and our audiologists will treat you like members of their own family. That's just how we are. We truly care about helping people with hearing loss lead more fulfilling lives and connect better with the world around them.
Since 1989, we've made a difference for individuals in the Sharon community. We're in the business of helping people, and we love knowing that we change lives every day. Whether you need your hearing aids adjusted or are just exploring possible hearing solutions, we take the time to do it right. We go the extra mile to take care of our clients because we see you as an important individual, not just an ear to be treated.What We Do
“The Hearing Care Center in Sharon, MA, is run by professionals who are very knowledgeable in the latest hearing techniques. They care for and satisfy all their clients. It’s a pleasure to go to their office. ”
~ Bob C. of East Walpole, MARead More
We accept cash, checks, and credit cards. We also take CareCredit and will help you fill out your application if you need it. CareCredit allows you to have 12 months of interest-free payments for your hearing aids. Some insurance plans provide coverage for hearing testing and/or hearing aids. Our staff at the front desk will be happy to work with you to see what benefits your insurance gives you.
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