Raleigh, NC Hearing Aids
The Avada Hearing Center in Raleigh was originally established in 1958. Our clinic is one of the oldest continually operated hearing aid offices in North Carolina. You can find us at 7019 Harps Mill Road in Raleigh. To make our services more accessible to current and future patients, we host a hearing service center at the Springmoor, Cypress, and Magnolia Glen retirement facilities once a month. We are happy to clean, adjust and reprogram hearing aids for anyone at any of these locations.
We offer the community of Raleigh a wide variety and an affordable selection of hearing aids. The road to better hearing and a higher quality of life begins with a hearing checkup. Please contact our office today to receive a free hearing screening.
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.
If you have noticed a decline in yours or a loved one’s hearing, it is imperative that you schedule a free hearing checkup with our office. The staff at Avada is eager to help citizens of the Raleigh, NC 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 are suffering from hearing loss, please do not hesitate to contact us today and discover the Avada Experience.
Monday 8:00A to 5:00P
Tuesday 8:00A to 5:00P
Wednesday 8:00A to 5:00P
Thursday 8:00A to 5:00P
Friday 8:00A to 4:30P
Rocky Quiller is a North Carolina licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist who has been fitting and dispensing hearing aids for over 30 years.
Rocky was born and raised in a farming community in Colorado and has lived in the Raleigh area for over 25 years. Upon graduation from high school, Rocky attended college before serving a full time mission for his church for two years. Rocky then joined the US Air Force, spending his enlistment time at FE Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne Wyoming. At the end of his enlistment period, he and his family moved back to Colorado to finish college.
Rocky is married and the father of 8 children and 11 grandchildren. He is active in his church and has served over 30 years as an adult volunteer with the Boy Scouts of America (BSA).
Since Rocky couldn’t share the farming work ethic with his sons, he sought out what he felt was a character building organization, the BSA program. Six of his sons have earned the prestigious award of Eagle Scout. Rocky currently serves as District Roundtable Commissioner and in Occoneechee Council Roundtable in leadership training.
With over 30 years of dispensing experience, he is an expert in early detection and treatment of speech understanding problems. He has served all populations and appreciates the opportunity to help patients improve their health and functionality. Patient care is his top priority, and he works in conjunction with those who specialize in disorders and diseases of the ear in order to meet the goal of optimal patient care.