West Boca Hearing Center

9178 Glades Road
Boca Raton, FL 33434
(561) 488-2207
westbocahearingcenter.com
Contact: Drucker, Craig
Business Description: Founded in 1979, West Boca Hearing Center has been owned by Craig Drucker since 2003. Craig is a Florida licensed hearing aid specialist and is also a Nationally Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist (BC-HIS). Craig continually participates in advanced trainings provided by some of the largest hearing aid laboratories in the country. Among his areas of specialty are the specialized deep fitting of the newest invisible hearing aids. Along with Craig, the staff at West Boca Hearing Center also includes two Florida state licensed hearing aid specialists. Melissa Delgado has been our office administrator for the past fifteen years and more recently also became a licensed hearing aid specialist. Michelle Drucker graduated from the University of Central Florida (Summa Cum Laude) in 2009 with her degree in communicative sciences. Throughout her college career Michelle also worked and interned under the direction of a Doctor of Audiology. She is now a licensed hearing aid specialist. Also on staff at West Boca Hearing is Jeremy Weintraub, AuD. Dr. Weintraub received his Doctorate in Audiology from Nova Southeastern University. Angelo Giordanelli is also a Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist as well as a Florida licensed hearing aid specialist. Angelo runs our affiliated office, Deerfield Hearing Center, and also occasionally sees patients at West Boca Hearing Center. On a personal note, Craig served as the lead Volunteer for the YMCA of Broward County for almost 20 years. He started the West Broward Y (now known as the Sheinberg Family YMCA of Weston). For all of his efforts, Craig was honored as the first recipient of the prestigious Craig Drucker Pioneer Achievement Award. Craig also has been a major financial supporter as well as an active Volunteer for the Hear Now Foundation. Please give us a call (561-488-2207) and set a time for your complimentary hearing exam!
In Business Since: 1979
Service Area: We are conveniently located in west Boca Raton, serving Northern Broward County and Southern Palm Beach County.
On Angie's List Since: 10/6/2010
Warranties: YES
Office Hours: Mon 09.30 AM - 04.00 PM, Tue 09.30 AM - 04.00 PM, Wed 09.30 AM - 04.00 PM, Thu 09.30 AM - 04.00 PM, Fri 09.30 AM - 04.00 PM, Sat Closed, Sun Closed
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
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Cities Served: Atlantis | Belvedere | Boca Raton | Boynton Beach | Delray Beach | Greenacres | Hypoluxo | Lake Clarke Shores | Lake Worth | Lantana | Palm Springs | West Delray Beach
 
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