We Make It Easy for You to Hear Better in Randolph, MA
Originally called Cochaticquom by the local Cochato and Ponkapoag tribes before European colonization, Randolph, MA was named after Peyton Randolph, first president of the Continental Congress. At the time of its incorporation in 1793, local farmers were making shoes and boots to augment household incomes from subsistence farming, but this sideline became the town’s major industry, attracting workers from across New England, Canada, Ireland, and later from Italy and Eastern Europe by 1850.
Randolph evolved into a suburban residential community as boot and shoemaking gave way to light manufacturing and service industries in the twentieth century. Located on the south side of Boston’s I-93 loop, transportation is an important part of Randolph’s economy, but its historic roots are still alive thanks to four Nationally Registered Historic Places: the Jonathan Belcher House, Stetson Hall (former town hall), Ponkapoag Camp of Appalachian Mountain Club and Gills Farm Archaeological District.
South Shore Hearing Center has helped thousands in Randolph and communities near Weymouth, MA, from grandchildren to grandparents, achieve better hearing through a methodical process of best practices and personal hearing care for more than 40 years.
Our team of 7 highly respected Doctors of Audiology, bring over 75 years of combined experience and have earned the trust of local physicians, organizations, and schools as Southeast Massachusetts’ hearing care experts.
If you or a loved one in Randolph, MA are concerned about your hearing and want to work with the most trusted and respected hearing care experts in Weymouth, then do not hesitate to contact us to start your journey to better hearing.
Your Nearest Clinic:
South Shore Hearing Center
541 Main St, Suite 418
South Weymouth, MA 02190
By Appointment Only
Monday - Friday : 9am - 5pm
*Hours for Premium Care Clean & Checks by Appointment Only*
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Different Ways We Can Help
Comprehensive Hearing Assessments
Your First Step to Better Hearing Is a Hearing Assessment
Yet the latest data shows that hearing loss is now the third most common physical health condition in the US, impacting 1 in 5 of us. The question is – why is our hearing often disregarded?
In exchange for a simple, quick, and non-invasive annual hearing assessment, you can ensure that your hearing health is in good shape and take any preventative measures needed.
Hearing Aid Tech
Advanced Prescription Hearing Aid Technology to Enhance Your Quality of Life
Nobody grows up looking forward to the day that they can wear their first set of prescription hearing aids, yet they’re the catalyst that help millions of people to hear the life they love and reconnect with the world around them.
The good news is that today’s hearing technology is very different from the memory of prescription hearing aids that many of us have. They’re no longer the large and clunky devices, but instead, they’re discreet, small, and in some cases, even invisible.
Best of all, they boast features such as rechargeable batteries and Bluetooth connectivity, allowing you to stream music, audio, or phone calls directly from your phone, television, or computer.
It means that the latest technology doesn’t just amplify your hearing, but it amplifies your life!
Professional Cerumen (Earwax) Removal for Southeast Massachusetts
Stuffiness, a feeling of fullness, or muffled conversations are common hearing issues almost everyone experiences once in a while. The most common cause in these instances is an excessive buildup of cerumen, also called earwax.
Although earwax build-up can be harmless, it can also be a sign that something isn’t working as it should be within your ears, that’s why our earwax removal appointment consists of both a comprehensive hearing assessment to check your overall hearing health and earwax removal.
Our earwax removal appointment will typically last around 60 minutes and, while the hearing test will be covered by your insurance, the wax removal is not.
Meet the Team
Jennifer G. Mayer
Dr. Jennifer G. Mayer purchased South Shore Hearing Center in January 2016. She was born and raised in Swampscott, MA
Jaime L. Hannon
Dr. Jaime L. Hannon was raised in Greenwich, CT. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in communication disorders from the University of New Hampshire in 2001
Dr. Kaitlyn Foley is a Massachusetts native . She is a recent graduate of Northeastern University’s Doctorate of Audiology program.
Tannya E. Poulter
Tannya has always had the desire to work in the healthcare field. While attending the University of Connecticut, she decided to major in Speech Pathology.
Alicia L. O'Sullivan
Abigail S. Keller
Dr. Abigail S. Keller was raised in Burlington, VT. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in speech and hearing with a minor in psychology from the University of Rhode Island in 2002
Casey B Masi
Dr. Casey B Masi graduated with her bachelors of science in communication sciences and disorders in 2014 from Northeastern University.
Hear What Our Patients Have To Say
An Appointment Worth Making
“I’ve had difficulty hearing since junior high. Prior to my appointment, I was concerned about the price of the hearing aids.
– Andrew Rando
How Elizabeth’s Life Is Better With Hearing Aids
For Elizabeth, life with hearing aids is all she’s ever known. So, supportive hearing care is extremely important to her.
– Elizabeth Merrick
Repetition Becomes History For Janice
“I noticed my hearing challenge while at my job when I missed important instructions because I didn’t hear them correctly.
– Janice Sebring
How Hearing Aids Reconnected Lucinda To Her World
“I can’t remember when I first noticed my hearing loss. It happened little by little.
– Lucinda Day
Not Even A Pandemic Can Stop Jack From Achieving Better Hearing
The pandemic has changed the way we live, work, and even communicate. The latter is particularly true for Jack – though
– Jack Weinstein
When A Little Bit Of Help Goes A Long Way
“I realized I had a hearing loss when I was having a hard time hearing the TV and people in meetings.
– Stephen Buker
Hearing Feels Natural Again For Charles
“I gradually noticed that I was missing words or ‘hearing’ the wrong word when people, mostly women, spoke to me.
– Charles Lindgren