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Heroes of Hearing, Hearing Center of Tucson

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To be the HERO in providing bettering hearing to the world. Connecting people again to family and friends through better hearing. As a locally owned hearing center, we can provide the latest in hearing products to meet your everyday needs.

Patients are cared for in an environment that supports emotional as well as clinical needs. We offer innovative specialized treatments and support the patient in their journey to better hearing.

Consultant rooms and hearing testing are also available at our clinic. These offer patients the convenience of local access to routine consultation, and follow-up care so you will always have access to us no matter where you are based in the country.

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3755 N Business Center Dr
Suite 4
Tucson, AZ 85705

(520) 230-3999

My name is Russell Broadhead and I am the Hearing Instrument Specialist of Heroes of Hearing – Hearing Center of Tucson. I am honored to take part in the journey to better hearing of the people of this beautiful city!

I’ve been practicing since 2012. I worked for AccuQuest Hearing Centers in Chicago and was responsible for their Bloomingdale location. I had the opportunity to come to Arizona and be a little closer to family and start a practice through NuEar Hearing Centers that would be mine in a certain number of years. After about a year and a half and changes at NuEar I realized that NuEar was not truly the right path for me. I left NuEar and started my own independent practice Heroes of Hearing. I’ve seen much changing in the industry. At Heroes of Hearing we focus on hearing health care. We feel you should hear the best you can, you are not just getting a hearing device you are getting better hearing. That’s how we are different we take the time to listen and answer your questions.

For the past six years I have merged my love of art and technology by providing hearing health care for the people of Chicago and am thrilled to now do the same for the people of Tucson. As a hearing practitioner, my goal is to, quite frankly, change people’s lives. Better hearing can take people from isolation and return them to life, fully engaged with family and friends.





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