Hearing Aids in Republic and Springfield, MO

Republic Hearing Care helps people everyday to hear again or protect their hearing. Our practice has all of the hearing products you know and love and hearing care provider Marcey Hartman will work with you one-on-one to find the solutions that best suits your needs.

We offer the following hearing care services:

Republic Hearing Care carries hearing aids from the brands you know and love including Starkey, Unitron, and Siemens. Explore our options and the process of hearing again.
Hearing Aids
From hearing evaluations to cleaning hearing aids, Republic Hearing Care is here to aid you in the process of choosing the hearing aid or protection that's right for your life.
Services & Testing
Help protect your hearing health with products from SoundGear at Republic Hearing Care designed for LEOs, hunters, industrial workers and everything in between.
Hearing Protection

Your Hearing Specialist

Marcey is a Missouri native who knew early in life that she wanted a career helping people. Her passion is to work closely with people in a system where people are treated like individuals, not numbers. She spent 16 years working to help people in customer service and the medical field.

Her work in these areas led Marcey to enroll in school to specialize in providing customized solutions for the hearing impaired. She trained for four years and obtained her degree in Hearing Instrument Science.

After receiving her degree, Marcey decided to go into private practice so she could create her own system of working with her clients to create personalized treatment for their hearing impairment.

Learn More About Republic Hearing Care

Should you test for a loss significant enough for hearing aids to be the best course of treatment, you will need to consider what to choose for yourself. The degree of hearing loss is a major factor in deciding what type of hearing aid best suits a person’s need. Personal preference and lifestyle are also factors that should be considered. Hearing Instrument Specialists® should guide hearing aid selection.
The microphone in the aid picks up the sound in the environment and changes it to electrical energy that goes to a set of amplifiers and other modifying and adjusting circuits. The modified electrical signal is then sent to a miniature speaker (called a receiver) and delivered to the ear. The newest aids are smart enough to amplify certain sounds or frequencies that are tailored to each hearing loss.