beltone hearing care center
in Jacksonville

15255 Max Leggett Pkwy
Jacksonville, FL 32218

Your Hearing Aid Center in Jacksonville

Address

15255 MAX LEGGETT PKWY
Jacksonville, FL 32218

Phone Number

904 694-8511

Hours of Operation

Our office is temporarily closed in compliance with local government directives. Please call 1-800-BELTONE or click here for more information regarding assistance with your hearing devices.
  • Monday:
    10:00AM-2:00PM
  • Tuesday:
    10:00AM-2:00PM
  • Wednesday:
    10:00AM-2:00PM
  • Thursday:
    10:00AM-2:00PM
  • Friday:
    10:00AM-2:00PM
  • Saturday:
    Closed-Closed
  • Sunday:
    Closed-Closed

Hours of Operation

  • Monday:
    9:00AM-5:00PM
  • Tuesday:
    9:00AM-5:00PM
  • Wednesday:
    9:00AM-5:00PM
  • Thursday:
    9:00AM-5:00PM
  • Friday:
    9:00AM-5:00PM
  • Saturday:
    Closed
  • Sunday:
    Closed

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Reviews of Beltone Jacksonville

The Beltone Jacksonville, FL Team


  • Michael Norton

    Hearing Care Practitioner

    I began in the hearing business in 2009 with North Florida Hearing and Balance in Lake City Florida with Kendall Varney, and Independent Beltone owner. I started out as his Audiologist assistant while I was doing my training/apprenticeship awaiting time to take my exam for my license to dispense hearing aids. I had come from a background in respiratory so I was familiar with working with the senior patients but found it remarkable that so many young people were suffering with hearing loss as well.

    As part of my employment, I was able to work two days a week at an ENT’s clinic, doing hearing evaluations and dispensing hearing aids. It was in this setting that my skill set improved the most. I was able to see so much more than I would in a normal Hearing aid office. I saw so many of the different pathologies that affect the auditory system and that changed how I look at my position in the patient’s overall wellbeing.

    In working with these patients over the years, I have developed close relationships with many of them. In fact, I have had the honor of being asked to preside over a few funerals when the patient has passed on. I have also had the privilege of officiating a couple of weddings for family members of a few patients, because now their mom or dad could actually hear what was going on. I was even thanked at a college speech given by a young lady who I first started helping when she was in junior high school. She woke up one morning with sudden deafness on one side. We worked with her and fit her with Beltone CROS Hearing Aids and helped her through high school and college. She was able to get an assistance German shepherd dog named Thor. She stated at her graduation speech from college that she would not have made it through without the help of Thor and her “hearing guy” Mike!

    I still do home visits quite regularly and will answers calls on the weekends because this is a service business and I do service work. I believe that there is a great deal of honor that comes with being a Hearing Aid Specialist. I also believe there is a great deal of Honor that comes from working with Beltone. But those do not even begin to compare to the Honor that I feel when a person walks through my door and allows me to help them with their hearing needs! I do not want to do anything that will cause them to believe that they cannot trust me or Beltone to do the right thing for them and by them.

    My motto is simply this: Work Hard-Stay Humble.


Michael Norton

Hearing Care Practitioner

I began in the hearing business in 2009 with North Florida Hearing and Balance in Lake City Florida with Kendall Varney, and Independent Beltone owner. I started out as his Audiologist assistant while I was doing my training/apprenticeship awaiting time to take my exam for my license to dispense hearing aids. I had come from a background in respiratory so I was familiar with working with the senior patients but found it remarkable that so many young people were suffering with hearing loss as well.

As part of my employment, I was able to work two days a week at an ENT’s clinic, doing hearing evaluations and dispensing hearing aids. It was in this setting that my skill set improved the most. I was able to see so much more than I would in a normal Hearing aid office. I saw so many of the different pathologies that affect the auditory system and that changed how I look at my position in the patient’s overall wellbeing.

In working with these patients over the years, I have developed close relationships with many of them. In fact, I have had the honor of being asked to preside over a few funerals when the patient has passed on. I have also had the privilege of officiating a couple of weddings for family members of a few patients, because now their mom or dad could actually hear what was going on. I was even thanked at a college speech given by a young lady who I first started helping when she was in junior high school. She woke up one morning with sudden deafness on one side. We worked with her and fit her with Beltone CROS Hearing Aids and helped her through high school and college. She was able to get an assistance German shepherd dog named Thor. She stated at her graduation speech from college that she would not have made it through without the help of Thor and her “hearing guy” Mike!

I still do home visits quite regularly and will answers calls on the weekends because this is a service business and I do service work. I believe that there is a great deal of honor that comes with being a Hearing Aid Specialist. I also believe there is a great deal of Honor that comes from working with Beltone. But those do not even begin to compare to the Honor that I feel when a person walks through my door and allows me to help them with their hearing needs! I do not want to do anything that will cause them to believe that they cannot trust me or Beltone to do the right thing for them and by them.

My motto is simply this: Work Hard-Stay Humble.

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Michael Norton

Hearing Care Practitioner

I began in the hearing business in 2009 with North Florida Hearing and Balance in Lake City Florida with Kendall Varney, and Independent Beltone owner. I started out as his Audiologist assistant while I was doing my training/apprenticeship awaiting time to take my exam for my license to dispense hearing aids. I had come from a background in respiratory so I was familiar with working with the senior patients but found it remarkable that so many young people were suffering with hearing loss as well.

As part of my employment, I was able to work two days a week at an ENT’s clinic, doing hearing evaluations and dispensing hearing aids. It was in this setting that my skill set improved the most. I was able to see so much more than I would in a normal Hearing aid office. I saw so many of the different pathologies that affect the auditory system and that changed how I look at my position in the patient’s overall wellbeing.

In working with these patients over the years, I have developed close relationships with many of them. In fact, I have had the honor of being asked to preside over a few funerals when the patient has passed on. I have also had the privilege of officiating a couple of weddings for family members of a few patients, because now their mom or dad could actually hear what was going on. I was even thanked at a college speech given by a young lady who I first started helping when she was in junior high school. She woke up one morning with sudden deafness on one side. We worked with her and fit her with Beltone CROS Hearing Aids and helped her through high school and college. She was able to get an assistance German shepherd dog named Thor. She stated at her graduation speech from college that she would not have made it through without the help of Thor and her “hearing guy” Mike!

I still do home visits quite regularly and will answers calls on the weekends because this is a service business and I do service work. I believe that there is a great deal of honor that comes with being a Hearing Aid Specialist. I also believe there is a great deal of Honor that comes from working with Beltone. But those do not even begin to compare to the Honor that I feel when a person walks through my door and allows me to help them with their hearing needs! I do not want to do anything that will cause them to believe that they cannot trust me or Beltone to do the right thing for them and by them.

My motto is simply this: Work Hard-Stay Humble.