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600 6TH AVE


304 554-9646
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

Please note that we are closed on the following National Holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day

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Your local Hearing Aid Center beltone hearing aid center, Huntington, WV 25701

If you're looking for the best in hearing care, we invite you to discover the Beltone Difference. It starts by making sure hearing trouble is actually hearing loss – many times it's not. If it is, you can try the tiniest and most advanced hearing aids you'll find anywhere – right here in the office. Add to that our compassionate hearing care and comprehensive aftercare, and you'll understand why Beltone patients are so satisfied. By choosing Beltone, you're assured a lifetime of individualized attention – for you and your hearing instruments.

Beltone Huntington, WV is more than just a place to buy hearing aids. At beltone hearing aid center, we are your hearing care partner - right beside you every step of the way on your journey to better hearing.

We invest in research and development to continually bring you new products and improve the ones we have. Beltone hearing aids, apps, and accessories are designed to integrate seamlessly into daily life and accommodate each patient's unique lifestyle and preferences.

At Beltone Huntington, WV, hearing tests are always complimentary and include a comprehensive hearing assessment and consultation with a hearing care professional.

Schedule yours today.

Call 304 554-9646 or fill out our form to request your free hearing test appointment at Beltone HUNTINGTON, WV.


Beltone Testimonials

Sherry Palmer:
"My screening experience was exceptional. I knew I had a hearing deficit but was blown away at my low level of word comprehension. The clarity of hearing with the demo Amaze was profound."
Julia Martin:
"I would tell others how easy Beltone was and the difference in being able to hear and knowing what you couldn't hear. You would be able to discern birds and different trees and what a siren sounds like to be in a car."
Michael Valovcin:
"The professionalism, understanding, care, consideration, and reassurance exhibited by the Hearing Professional, were nothing short of outstanding. In addition, once you purchase the hearing aids designed for your personal needs, Beltone does not leave you on your own to adjust to them."
Jeffrey Koivu:
"This is a real game changer. I had one to try out for a week, and I must say that I was quite pleased with the MyPAL Pro. Throw in the easy access to Beltone hearing specialists, and a lifetime of care, and it was perhaps the smartest purchase I've ever made."

Meet the Beltone Huntington, WV Staff

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


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.

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