Serving Inverness for
over 30 years.
"I can't thank you enough for all your help and compassion you've shown my daughter. I really appreciate all your hard work you do every day trying to find a better way for all the hearing impaired—especially the children! It's nice to know there are still people that really care. Thanks again."
- J.W.More testimonials
Professional Hearing Centers was established in 1983. The original founder saw a need for hearing services in the Inverness area, as there was only one hearing aid office at that time, and there were numerous folks that were not getting the hearing help they deserved. While the practice functioned for a number of months in the Century 21 building, the plans were focused on being ready to move to the new Inverness Regional Shopping Center being built in town, and Professional Hearing Centers was one of the original tenants.
The practice eventually outgrew the office and in 1996 moved into the current location on South Apopka Avenue. This move allowed the practice to expand and offered safer and more convenient parking as well.
One thing that makes Professional Hearing Centers different is a very personal experience with how hearing loss can impact people’s lives due to our owner’s profound deafness. As a child, hearing help was not available for his loss, and when he was finally able to get a hearing aid in his early teens, it made a profound difference in his life. The doors to the future were opened to him, and life has been full of new experiences since then. Because of our owner Denny’s loss, and the deep personal understanding of the challenges of having a hearing loss that it brings to him and his wife Bonnie, the practice is based on the concept of being patient centered and results oriented and finding ways to improve the lives of patients through better hearing.
More about Denny
Over the years, Professional Hearing Centers has been active in the community in a number of ways, in both business and ministry based organizations. PHC has supported various groups through volunteering time, serving in leadership, and investing in the future of our wonderful community. Owners Denny and Bonnie have both spent hours serving the needs in the community on the local level, helping in those areas where they saw needs to be met.
Denny also served at various times as the president of groups such as:
He also pastored a church for three years and does pulpit supply as needed.
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