Bay City, MI, July 14, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The sale of the Bay Area Hearing Clinic from Dr. Larry Byle to his son John Byle has closed, securing the clinic's future as a family business in the Great Lakes Bay Region.
Dr. Byle will continue his 30-year practice at the clinic as an audiologist after the business formally changes hands. He'll also continue his community outreach efforts as an ear specialist regarding hearing loss prevention education and discussion of related topics like tinnitus.
"I am pleased that I will be able to pass the torch to my son," Dr. Byle says. "He knows our business, but more importantly, he knows our patients."
Under the younger Byle's ownership, the clinic will continue to provide the same kind of essential services for which it is known, such as audiometry (hearing testing), ear impressions and fittings for hearing aids. The continuity of care ensured by the new ownership will protect patients from losing the level of care to which they have become accustomed.
From his experience as a technician, Byle has kept abreast of the latest hearing assistance metrics and technologies. He'll make use of this knowledge by providing numerous products and up-to-the-minute hearing assessment tools, like an online pre-appointment hearing screening.
The clinic offers a broad selection of assisted listening devices for a range of conditions, but they specialize in products from Siemens, which the Byles say are designed for maximum comfort, noise reduction, and discretion. In the past, Dr. Byle has served as a product consultant for Siemens.
Clients and press can learn more about Bay Area Hearing at the clinic's website, www.bayareahearing.net, or at their office. The clinic is located at 200 S. Wenona St. Suite 165, Bay City, MI 48706. Their contact number for inquiries is 989-892-6232.
Bay Area Hearing is a family-owned hearing clinic located in Bay City, MI. It provides individualized testing services and treatment for hearing loss, tinnitus and other auditory-related conditions. They offer the latest advancements in equipment, technology, and education and they take a personalized approach to each of their patients.