Ears Hearing in Langley took the Better Business Bureau Working Safer Pledge, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and keep clients and staff safe. To schedule a no-obligation free hearing aid trial, email info@earslangley.com or call 604-427-2828.

Ears Hearing in Langley took the Better Business Bureau Working Safer Pledge, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and keep clients and staff safe. To schedule a no-obligation free hearing aid trial, email info@earslangley.com or call 604-427-2828.

Hearing issues? Don’t hesitate! This hearing clinic is clean and safe.

Langley hearing clinic takes the Better Business Bureau Working Safer Pledge to keep you healthy

Kim Galick at Ears Hearing in Langley takes her clients’ health seriously. That includes their hearing, and their general well-being too.

“We want people to feel comfortable and safe starting their journey to better hearing,” she says. “We’re members of the Better Business Bureau, and we’ve taken the Working Safer Pledge to ensure we’re meeting the highest standards when it comes to COVID-19 safety.”

The Better Business Bureau Working Safer Pledge distinguishes BBB Accredited Businesses who have decided to take trust to the next level during the COVID-19 pandemic, following all federal, provincial and city health guidelines.

“If you’re concerned about hearing loss or need help with an existing hearing aid, the pandemic shouldn’t stop you from getting the help you need,” Galick says. “That’s why we continue to go above and beyond to ensure our clinic is clean and safe.”

Health and safety at Ears Hearing

It’s safer than ever to come and have your hearing tested at Ears Hearing.

  • Limited Visitors: Only one appointment at a time, to reduce contact for visitors and staff. The Ears Hearing clinic doors are locked at all times to ensure only scheduled visitors come into the clinic.
  • Regular cleaning: Staff disinfect the clinic after each appointment, and have installed air purifiers in the office which run at all times.
  • Personal Protective Equipment: Plexiglas barriers have been installed at all desks, and staff wear gloves, masks and face shields at all times.
  • Health screening: All staff and visitors are pre-screened for COVID-19 symptoms prior to entering the clinic. All staff members will stay home when sick.

If you’re experiencing hearing struggles, book a free appointment with Ears Hearing by calling 604-427-2828 or emailing info@earslangley.com. There are a range of hearing aid options for different lifestyles and hearing needs, and Galick can help you find the solution that’s best for you. For more hearing tips follow Ears Hearing on Facebook.

Find Ears Hearing at Unit C 20568 56 Ave. in Langley and online at earslangley.com.

Ears Hearing in Langley took the Better Business Bureau Working Safer Pledge, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and keep their clients and staff safe.

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