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in

, KY 41230

Your Hearing Aid Center in

Address


, KY 41230

Phone Number

606 989-2080

Hours of Operation

  • Monday:
    -
  • Tuesday:
    -12:00 PM
  • Wednesday:
    -
  • Thursday:
    -
  • Friday:
    -
  • Saturday:
    -
  • Sunday:
    -
Call us to schedule an evening or weekend appointment

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
Call us to schedule an evening or weekend appointment

Special Hours

We have regularly scheduled hours at this location on the third Tuesday of every month. Evening and weekend appointments are also available by request.

Special Hours

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Reviews of Beltone Louisa

The Beltone Louisa, KY Team


  • Marsha Mattingly

    President and Owner

    Marsha Mattingly has been servicing the hearing impaired since 1977. She has served as President and Owner of Beltone Hearing Aid Center since 2000. The National Institute on Deafness & Other Communication Disorders reports an estimated 28 million Americans to have a hearing loss that can be treated, yet fewer than 7,000,000 use a hearing aid. Marsha Mattingly has dedicated her life to changing these statistics. From the sweet lullaby of a songbird to the whispered “I love you”.

  • Steven Butt

    Steven cares for our patients in our Eastern Kentucky locations. He feels that the most rewarding aspect of hearing rehabilitation is the immediate impact it has on the lives of his patients. Steven says, “The quality of their day-to-day lives are instantly improved and the expressions on their faces and those of their loved ones is something you cannot place any value on. It’s the reason I have dedicated my life to helping the hearing impaired.”


Marsha Mattingly

President and Owner

Marsha Mattingly has been servicing the hearing impaired since 1977. She has served as President and Owner of Beltone Hearing Aid Center since 2000. The National Institute on Deafness & Other Communication Disorders reports an estimated 28 million Americans to have a hearing loss that can be treated, yet fewer than 7,000,000 use a hearing aid. Marsha Mattingly has dedicated her life to changing these statistics. From the sweet lullaby of a songbird to the whispered “I love you”.

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Steven Butt

Steven cares for our patients in our Eastern Kentucky locations. He feels that the most rewarding aspect of hearing rehabilitation is the immediate impact it has on the lives of his patients. Steven says, “The quality of their day-to-day lives are instantly improved and the expressions on their faces and those of their loved ones is something you cannot place any value on. It’s the reason I have dedicated my life to helping the hearing impaired.”

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Marsha Mattingly

President and Owner

Marsha Mattingly has been servicing the hearing impaired since 1977. She has served as President and Owner of Beltone Hearing Aid Center since 2000. The National Institute on Deafness & Other Communication Disorders reports an estimated 28 million Americans to have a hearing loss that can be treated, yet fewer than 7,000,000 use a hearing aid. Marsha Mattingly has dedicated her life to changing these statistics. From the sweet lullaby of a songbird to the whispered “I love you”.

Steven Butt

Steven cares for our patients in our Eastern Kentucky locations. He feels that the most rewarding aspect of hearing rehabilitation is the immediate impact it has on the lives of his patients. Steven says, “The quality of their day-to-day lives are instantly improved and the expressions on their faces and those of their loved ones is something you cannot place any value on. It’s the reason I have dedicated my life to helping the hearing impaired.”