beltone hearing aid center
in Huntington

600 6Th Ave
Huntington, WV 25701

Your Hearing Aid Center in Huntington

Address

600 6TH AVE
Huntington, WV 25701

Phone Number

304 896-9875

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:
    08:30 AM-05:00 PM
  • Tuesday:
    08:30 AM-05:00 PM
  • Wednesday:
    08:30 AM-05:00 PM
  • Thursday:
    08:30 AM-05:00 PM
  • Friday:
    08:30 AM-05:00 PM
  • 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 Huntington

The Beltone Huntington, WV Team


  • Marsha Mattingly, BCHIS

    President and Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist


    Marsha Mattingly has been servicing the hearing impaired since 1977. She began her career as a Hearing Care Practitioner, became a Partner of Beltone Hearing Aid Center in 1987, and sole Owner in 2000. Helen Keller once noted that of all of her impairments, she was perhaps troubled most by her lack of speech and hearing. She elaborated, that while blindness separated her from things, her lack of speech and hearing separated her from people-the human connection of communication. The National Institute on Deafness & Other Communication Disorders reports an estimated 28 million Americans have a hearing loss that can be treated; yet fewer than 7 million use a hearing aid. Marsha has dedicated her life to changing these statistics. From the sweet lullaby of a songbird, to the whisper of an “I love you”. It is Marsha’s passion to help those with a hearing loss hear the way they should. With genuine sincerity Marsha says, “One simple test can change your life."

  • H. William Mattingly

    Founder

    Beltone Hearing Aid Center has been serving the Tristate hearing impaired since May 15th of 1962. Mr. Mattingly has seen hearing aid technology evolve from simple amplifiers, the size of a pack of playing cards, to digital hearing aids smaller than the size of a dime that can "learn" the habits of it's wearer and are invisible to the naked eye. Mr. Mattingly is so passionate about the hearing aid business and cares deeply about each patient that comes through the door, that he still remembers his first patient in 1962. His love for the hearing aid industry has been passed to his daughter and current owner, Marsha Mattingly, who began learning the business in 1977.


Marsha Mattingly, BCHIS

President and Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist


Marsha Mattingly has been servicing the hearing impaired since 1977. She began her career as a Hearing Care Practitioner, became a Partner of Beltone Hearing Aid Center in 1987, and sole Owner in 2000. Helen Keller once noted that of all of her impairments, she was perhaps troubled most by her lack of speech and hearing. She elaborated, that while blindness separated her from things, her lack of speech and hearing separated her from people-the human connection of communication. The National Institute on Deafness & Other Communication Disorders reports an estimated 28 million Americans have a hearing loss that can be treated; yet fewer than 7 million use a hearing aid. Marsha has dedicated her life to changing these statistics. From the sweet lullaby of a songbird, to the whisper of an “I love you”. It is Marsha’s passion to help those with a hearing loss hear the way they should. With genuine sincerity Marsha says, “One simple test can change your life."

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H. William Mattingly

Founder

Beltone Hearing Aid Center has been serving the Tristate hearing impaired since May 15th of 1962. Mr. Mattingly has seen hearing aid technology evolve from simple amplifiers, the size of a pack of playing cards, to digital hearing aids smaller than the size of a dime that can "learn" the habits of it's wearer and are invisible to the naked eye. Mr. Mattingly is so passionate about the hearing aid business and cares deeply about each patient that comes through the door, that he still remembers his first patient in 1962. His love for the hearing aid industry has been passed to his daughter and current owner, Marsha Mattingly, who began learning the business in 1977.

Close

Marsha Mattingly, BCHIS

President and Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist


Marsha Mattingly has been servicing the hearing impaired since 1977. She began her career as a Hearing Care Practitioner, became a Partner of Beltone Hearing Aid Center in 1987, and sole Owner in 2000. Helen Keller once noted that of all of her impairments, she was perhaps troubled most by her lack of speech and hearing. She elaborated, that while blindness separated her from things, her lack of speech and hearing separated her from people-the human connection of communication. The National Institute on Deafness & Other Communication Disorders reports an estimated 28 million Americans have a hearing loss that can be treated; yet fewer than 7 million use a hearing aid. Marsha has dedicated her life to changing these statistics. From the sweet lullaby of a songbird, to the whisper of an “I love you”. It is Marsha’s passion to help those with a hearing loss hear the way they should. With genuine sincerity Marsha says, “One simple test can change your life."

H. William Mattingly

Founder

Beltone Hearing Aid Center has been serving the Tristate hearing impaired since May 15th of 1962. Mr. Mattingly has seen hearing aid technology evolve from simple amplifiers, the size of a pack of playing cards, to digital hearing aids smaller than the size of a dime that can "learn" the habits of it's wearer and are invisible to the naked eye. Mr. Mattingly is so passionate about the hearing aid business and cares deeply about each patient that comes through the door, that he still remembers his first patient in 1962. His love for the hearing aid industry has been passed to his daughter and current owner, Marsha Mattingly, who began learning the business in 1977.