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Heartland Hearing Centers
Family-Owned & Family Operated
Royce LaMarr has been helping patients since he was 11 years old. He got his start in his father’s pharmacy and is now the Founder and CEO of Heartland Hearing Centers.
Heartland Hearing’s Journey
Royce’s practice grew to over 14 offices serving the Bi-State Missouri and Illinois region. Although the practice is independent, it has successfully become the largest dispenser for one of the major U.S. laboratories in the state of Missouri.
Today Royce and his staff are personally involved in the day-to-day care of their patients, helping them successfully utilize the technology available to improve their communication skills and enjoy life, experiencing reconnections with family and friends to the best of their ability.
Additionally, Royce is the Founder of a Missouri Non-Profit Corporation, Heartland Health Events Inc., who works with Government, Corporate, Union, and Civic organizations to bring health events/ fairs to their members. This allows the teaching and screening of participants about healthy pathways and identifying those with areas of need. Connecting them to local physicians and health care providers that can serve them where they live.
Family life is a priority at Heartland. Royce and Gayle have been married for over 50 years and have 4 grown children, 15 grandchildren, and 4 great-grandchildren. Royce’s interests outside of his hearing practice are their church, boating, and golf. He has served several Civic organizations helping to better their community. They currently reside in Terre DuLac, Missouri.
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Ringing In The Ear
Are you hearing ringing, whistling, hissing, buzzing, or pulsing sounds? You may be suffering from tinnitus.
Unfortunately, many people suffering from a hearing loss are either unaware of their condition or are too embarrassed to seek help. You can’t reverse hearing loss. However, your professional at Heartland Hearing Center can apply the appropriate care and technology to lessen its effects, and improve the quality of sounds you hear.