The Hearing Doctors is your #1 choice for an audiologist in Wheaton, Illinois to provide patients with the best in audiology and hearing health products and services. From hearing evaluations from audiologist Dr. Sheri Billing, to hearing aid fittings and a lifetime of service and support, The Hearing Doctors can be your source for better hearing.
We offer comprehensive audiology services and a complete selection of hearing aids, as well as hearing protection for hunters, musicians and occupational use, and assistive listening devices. We specialize in the most advanced digital products available. Depend on us as your complete source for all major brands of hearing instruments, offering lifetime service at the best possible prices.
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Dr. Billing wins Wheaton Chamber Citizen of the Year Award
Dr. Sheri Billing accepts the 2012 Gamon Award as Citizen of the Year from the Wheaton Chamber of Commerce at the Chamber’s Awards ceremony in March 2012.
Dr. Billing received the award for her tireless commitment to volunteering for the Rotary Club, her local grade school as well as numerous visits and presentations to nursing home on audiology and hearing health. Wheaton Chamber Directory
Giving Uganda Supplies, Hope
“While we were there we held town hall meetings with local health centers, hospitals, the schools. People came out and gave us ideas on what they could use and what they needed. The hospital gave us an 11-page document of equipment that they wanted. We call it the Uganda Project. We are collecting high school classic literature books, clothes and linens for the people there and to line the inside of the container. I want to send rubber gloves, slides for microscopes, Braille machines, old microscopes. It would be great if we could get an Isolette (incubator) or a centrifuge, any sort of lab equipment.”
How she got involved: “I’ve always wanted to do a mission trip,” she said. “But when the team from our chapter came back and did a presentation, I was just enamored. … I thought it would be an amazing opportunity and experience. Doing all the town hall meetings and seeing they were 100 years behind us was more fuel to the fire and I wanted to do more. Out of that came ‘Let’s do a medical container.’” CLICK HERE to read full article.
Credit to the Chicago Tribune: October 14, 2009 | By Helene Van Sickle