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Win a Free Pair of Hearing Aids – Hear for the Holidays Contest

Win a Free Pair of Hearing Aids – Hear for the Holidays Contest

Hearing & Balance Doctors is excited to announce our 12th annual Hear for the Holidays contest.

This contest allows people in our community to nominate loved ones for free hearing aids this holiday season.

There are no obligations associated with this contest – in other words, there are no strings attached. This is simply a program that allows our doctors to give back to our local community.

How Do I Nominate Someone?

To submit a nominee, go to our website: hearingdoctors.net.

At the top of the screen, find the “Patient Resources” tab and click on “Hear for the Holidays.”

You will then be directed to fill out a short form and write a brief message letting us know why you have nominated this individual.

If you are unable or uncomfortable going online, you are welcome to call our office directly at 435-688-8991, or you could drop by our St. George office to pick up a written nomination form.

We are located at 1054 East Riverside Drive, Suite 201, St. George. If your nominee has not had a recent hearing test, a hearing test will be scheduled to verify candidacy.

What Hearing Aids are Being Given Away?

The hearing aids being given away employ state-of-the-art technology. These hearing aids are water resistant, Bluetooth capable, have excellent sound quality, and are small and discreet.

A major hearing aid manufacturer has donated several sets of brand-new hearing aids for this contest.

Our doctors are donating their time to fit the hearing aids and provide follow-up care. The products and associated service are all completely free of charge.

How are Winners Selected?

Winners are chosen as our doctors and staff carefully review each nominee.

The nomination forms are reviewed as are the results of the nominees’ hearing tests. The selection process is both heart-warming and difficult.

Emotions are often close to the surface as we read touching tributes to deserving candidates. Winners are notified before Thanksgiving so that they can be fitted with their new hearing aids in time for the holiday season.

For those that are nominated but not selected as winners, they will receive a coupon for a $1000 discount off a set of hearing aids (or $500 off a single hearing aid). This coupon can be used at any time in the future.

When Do I Need to Submit My Nominations?

The deadline for nominations is October 31, 2019, so please do not delay.

If you have a friend, family member, or loved one that could benefit from hearing aids, nominate them today.

Giving the gift of hearing can be life-changing, and our doctors are eagerly looking forward to helping your loved ones this holiday season.

If you have any questions, please call us today at (435) 688-8991.

 

 

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Dr. Richard Luekenga

Dr. Luekenga opened Hearing & Balance Doctors of Utah in 2005. Since that time he has been dedicated to creating state-of-the-art facilities filled with the latest technology along with the most qualified and caring hearing healthcare team. He received his Doctor of Audiology from the University of Louisville School of Medicine. His doctorate is supported by his B.A. at Utah State University, clinical fellowship at Bountiful Hearing Center and further clinical experience at the Veteran’s Administration Hospital, IHC Hearing and Balance Center, The Kosair Children’s Hospital, Heuser Hearing Institute (Deaf Oral School), and Avada Hearing and Balance Center, to name a few. With this long list of experience, it is clear that Dr. Luekenga is very passionate about good hearing and is well-versed in the advances of hearing aid technology. He is equally as passionate about helping patients that feel off-balance, dizzy, lightheaded, or unsteady, and understands the need these patients have to get back on their feet! Additionally, he provides counseling and therapy for patients who experience tinnitus (ringing or buzzing in their ears).

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