Eli Duberow shows one of the hearing aids.Miracle-Ear has opened a new service center in Madras next to Central Oregon Eyecare in the Hometown Drug complex.

The Madras Miracle-Ear Center at 65 N.E. Oak St., Suite 110, is open on Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The business also has opened new centers in Bend, Prineville and Burns, according to owner Shanell Vega.

Eli Duberow has joined the Central Oregon Miracle-Ear team as a licensed and trained hearing instrument specialist. Duberow has a bechelors of Applied Science in information engineering tgechnology. He previously worked for Miracle-Ear on the Oregon Coast.

He will be dividing his time amonth the service centers in Madas, Prineville and Burns one day per week, while working at the main office in Bend during the days he is not traveling.

Hearing aid selections include devices which are invisible, completely in-the-ear-canal , worn behind the ear, ones with the receiver in the ear canal, and waterproof devices. The Miracle-Ear Foundation also provides financial assistance for qualifying children and others who cannot afford hearing aids. Ask Duberow for more information on this program.

Miracle-Ear offers free, no obligation hearing evaluations, and recommends people have their hearing evaluated once a year. The business is also offering several end of the year specials. For a free evaluation, or more information, call the office at 541-330-5503.

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