Pittsfield, MA Hearing Aids
Avada Hearing Center in Pittsfield, MA was established in 1980. Berkshire County in Massachusetts known worldwide for its scenic beauty and cultural attractions. Our office is located at 222 South Street in Pittsfield, MA 01201. We also host a Service Center at the Great Barrington Senior Center the first Tuesday of each month, providing screenings and cleanings.
We offer the community of Pittsfield a wide variety and an affordable selection of hearing aids. The road to better hearing and a higher quality of life begins with a test, please contact our office today to receive a free hearing screening. There is no obligation to purchase hearing aids and no charge for your hearing screening and consultation at Avada Hearing Care Centers.
Avada is committed to serving anyone with hearing loss with the highest degree of integrity, professionalism, ethics, technology and service available to ensure the highest patient satisfaction. We have helped thousands of people with a staff that has over 30 years of experience.
If you have noticed a decline in yours or a loved one’s hearing it is imperative that you schedule a free hearing test with our office. Not only are you suffering from hearing loss, you also suffer from a diminished quality of life. Avada Hearing Centers are committed to helping citizens of the Pittsfield, MA community regain their hearing and the lifestyle they deserve.
We guide our patients through every step of the process – from your first appointment to your final fitting – to minimize inconvenience and ensure satisfaction. If you or a loved one is suffering from hearing loss, please do not hesitate to contact us today and discover the Avada Experience.
Monday: 9:00A to 5:00P
Tuesday: 9:00A to 5:00P
Wednesday: 9:00A to 5:00P
Thursday: 9:00A to 5:00P
Friday: 9:00A to 5:00P
Herman values his commitment to keep his patients hearing as well as possible with their present instruments as well as keeping them informed of any new technology that might make them hear better. Herman believes in the importance of taking the time to really listen to his patients. He creates an environment where open and honest communication can take place and his patients can make decisions about their hearing needs without feeling rushed or pressured.
Along with his formal education in sociology at the University of Hartford, his 30 years of experience and his knowledge in hearing improvement has helped a wide range of patients, including those who have mild losses to those with severe to profound hearing loss. He provides screenings, a full battery of hearing tests, recommendations, fine tuning and a lifetime of follow-up care.
Herman lives in the Berkshires with his wife, Cindy, a music teacher and two sons; one in college and one in graduate school for performance in cello. His hobbies include skiing, mountain-biking, reading and film.
“I pride myself in the relationships that I have achieved with my patients and their families, who must also be taken into consideration when dealing with hearing difficulties. I strongly believe with proper counseling, patient motivation and family support, I can improve the quality of life for many patients with hearing loss.”