Michigan Audiologist Creates Hearing Bus to Serve Rural Communities

Dr. Gyl Kasewurm, Owner of Professional Hearing Services,  has created a Mobile Audiology Center (“Hearing Bus”) to bring hearing testing services to rural Michigan communities.

Dr. Kasewurm decided to create the Hearing Bus after realizing that there were under-served populations in rural Michigan that did not have access to hearing services.  The Hearing Bus not only brings services to these people, but also acts as a vehicle for spreading hearing awareness throughout Southwest Michigan.

“The Hearing Bus is an example of the ever-expanding mobile services industry,” said Dr. Gyl Kasewurm.  “You can’t come to us?  No problem, we’ll come to you.”

Anyone that has been to the Professional Hearing Services clinic in St. Joseph knows that Dr. Kasewurm is all about creating a remarkable and comfortable experience for her patients.  While you wait for your appointment, you can treat yourself to a cup of coffee from their gourmet coffee bar, enjoy a warm cookie fresh out of the oven, relax on the sofa in front of the fire, and take advantage of their virtual theatre where you can see how hearing aids are made, watch a movie, or play on their Nintendo Wii.

“We have become renowned as a center for exceptional patient care and we have won awards for customer service,” said Dr. Kasewurm. “Our goal is to deliver the same level of patient experience on the Hearing Bus.”

The Mobile Audiology Center will visit each community one day each week.  You can catch the hearing bus in Allegan, MI, and Niles, Michigan, at the addresses below.

Allegan, MI
Tuesdays, from 9 am – 4 pm
Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church
110 N Cedar St, Allegan, Michigan 49010-1244

Niles, MI
Thursdays, from 9 am – 4 pm
Great Lakes Eye Care
120 Longmeadow Village Dr, Niles, Michigan 49120

For more information, visit http://www.hearingaidbus.com or www.facebook.com/hearingbus.

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