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Action Ear Hearing of New Hartford - serving Central New York

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Action Ear Hearing is a family owned business, servicing Central NY for over 25 years – Expanding in the Mohawk Valley eight years ago. We have offices in Rome & New Hartford. We are Hearing Care Professionals dedicated to providing the best service possible.
Robert R. Bishton III, BC-HIS has been a New York State registered hearing aid dispenser since 1993. He is a member of the International Hearing Society and has been Nationally Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Science since 1996. He has received numerous peer and patient-based accolades and has been recognized for his expertise in speech mapping verification and REM (real ear measurement). 

Board Certificants are fully committed to providing their patients with quality care. The designation, BC-HIS (Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences), distinguishes the Board Certificant's outstanding skills and professional expertise needed for completion of the National Competency Exam. The achievement of this designation represents the initiative to excel beyond the normal requirements for operating a hearing instrument dispensing practice.

Since 1993, Robert has helped thousands of people enjoy a better quality of life through the use of properly adjusted hearing aids and counseling. In addition to the instruments themselves, he has helped the patient better understand their impairment. Not only has he provided counseling to the patient, in many instances their families as well.

Robert grew up in Central New York and has lived here his entire life. He enjoys hunting, fishing, trail riding on horseback, spending time with his family and listening to music, especially Blues and Americana. 

In addition to his spouse Laurie (who owns her own hearing practice - Hamilton Hearing, LLC), he has 4 children and they all reside in Central New York.

“When you lose your vision, you lose contact with things… 
when you lose your hearing, you lose contact with people.”   Helen Keller
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