Quality Hearing Aid Center has been a local staple of Eastern Suffolk County on Long Island since 1985, providing the highest quality of hearing and hearing aid care for all patients.
What sets Quality Hearing apart from other hearing clinics? We specialize in the latest digital hearing aid devices and technology for all types of hearing loss. Hearing problems can be difficult to deal with and understand. That’s why we are here to help.
We offer a wide variety of brands and have a strong sense of pride in our customer service practices and availability for patients. Plus, we offer a two-week trial on all hearing aids.
Now under new ownership, Quality Hearing has two convenient office locations in both Riverhead and Southold.
Lisa Milano, Owner
Lisa graduated from St. Joseph’s College in 2008 with a major in speech pathology and audiology and a minor in psychology. She started working for Dr. Barbara Pastano, who was her audiology professor, at ENT and Allergy – formerly Peconic Ear, Nose and Throat – where she developed a passion for helping patients with their hearing and matching them with the best hearing aid possible. Lisa continued her training and became a licensed hearing instrument specialist in 2009.
After working there for five years, she began working at Quality Hearing Aid Center in 2012 and bought the practice in April of 2015. She hopes to provide her patients with the high quality of care they deserve and expand the practice to serve more patients in the Long Island area.
Lisa lives close to both Quality Hearing Aid Center offices in Aquebogue with her husband, Doug, and three sons, Mark, Jace and Luke.
Karen, Administrative Assistant
Karen joined Lisa in 2015 as a special project manager, is learning the business and is now an Administrative Assistant.
She has an extensive background as an Operations Manager in Customer Service, Collections, insurance, and Services Fields Self motivated and organized she now enjoys working in the Health Care field. Her people skills and client relations are a good match to work effectively with patients. She is caring and understanding and enjoys helping people.
Semi retired, she hopes to make a small contribution in the lives of the people who choose Quality Hearing for their individual hearing needs.
She also lives in Aquebogue with her husband, loves to travel, and spend time with her fifteen grandchildren.