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in

, TN 37604

Your Hearing Aid Center in

Address


, TN 37604

Phone Number

423 218-0132

Hours of Operation

  • Monday:
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  • Tuesday:
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  • Wednesday:
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  • Thursday:
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  • Friday:
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  • Saturday:
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  • Sunday:
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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

Evening and weekend appointments are available by request.

Special Hours

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Reviews of Beltone Johnson City

The Beltone Johnson City, TN 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”.

  • Bill Amrhein

    William is known fondly by his patients as Bill, he is the third generation of Beltone Hearing Care Practitioners in the Tri-Cities area. Bill feels privileged to serve the hearing impaired. He has learned many great things about caring for the hard of hearing from his mother, Marsha Mattingly, and his Grandfather, H. William Mattingly. Bill finds joy in applying this knowledge on a daily basis. He has earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences from the University of Colorado and remains passionate about helping the community hear the way they should.


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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Bill Amrhein

William is known fondly by his patients as Bill, he is the third generation of Beltone Hearing Care Practitioners in the Tri-Cities area. Bill feels privileged to serve the hearing impaired. He has learned many great things about caring for the hard of hearing from his mother, Marsha Mattingly, and his Grandfather, H. William Mattingly. Bill finds joy in applying this knowledge on a daily basis. He has earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences from the University of Colorado and remains passionate about helping the community hear the way they should.

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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”.

Bill Amrhein

William is known fondly by his patients as Bill, he is the third generation of Beltone Hearing Care Practitioners in the Tri-Cities area. Bill feels privileged to serve the hearing impaired. He has learned many great things about caring for the hard of hearing from his mother, Marsha Mattingly, and his Grandfather, H. William Mattingly. Bill finds joy in applying this knowledge on a daily basis. He has earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences from the University of Colorado and remains passionate about helping the community hear the way they should.