At Texas State Hearing Aid Device Center, we believe in building strong relationships with our patients. We get to know you so we can better serve you. We want you to feel like you know us, too. Because when it comes to something as personal as your hearing, you deserve to know who you're entrusting your care to.
Texas State Hearing Aid Device Center is a family-owned and operated business. Our patients are our neighbors here in Abilene, and we were raised to believe it's our duty to help our neighbors. Greg Brenner's parent's instilled in him a strong sense of right and wrong, and to this day Greg still lives by those values. Greg runs Texas State Hearing in a way that would make his parents proud.
Greg has led the hearing aid center for decades, and his daughter joined him in 2008 as an office assistant and is now a licensed hearing specialist carrying on the family legacy. You may even see a third generation of Brenners in the office, since Greg's granddaughter comes to visit and help out where she can. At Texas State Hearing Aid Device Center, you're more than just a patient - you're family.
Greg has over 30 years of experience in the hearing aid industry. During that time, he's led a franchise of hearing aid retailers, worked in a big-box store, owned a chain of hearing aid offices across the state, and partnered with other hearing instrument specialists in a single office - but what he likes best is providing patients with one-on-one care.
Working under other people, Greg found he wasn't able to devote as much time or attention to taking care of each patient. Every patient is unique, and they need hearing solutions that are custom-tailored to their individual hearing situation. With Texas State Hearing Aid Device Center, Greg is able to make sure every patient benefits from personalized care. Greg wears hearing aids himself, so he knows how important it is to have the right devices. We only sell hearing aids that live up to his high standards.
Prior to entering the field of hearing, Greg served in the Air Force and then worked in management for a major national retailer. He continues to care for his fellow veterans and invites them to come to Texas State Hearing Aid Device Center to have their hearing aids cleaned and reprogrammed.