Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences
Jake has worked in the hearing business since 2003 and is an expert at identifying issues and adjusting hearing instruments so patients can improve their hearing and quality of life. Jake received his B.S. degree from Westminster College and is a certified hearing instrument specialist. Jake and his wife, Molly LeRoy, are owners of The House of Hearing.
Molly began working in the hearing instrument industry in 1998 while attending the University of Utah. She received her Doctorate of Audiology from the University of Utah in 2009. Having worked in the hearing instrument business for more than 14 years, Molly has undergone intense training and coursework to fully understand all aspects of hearing loss, testing and hearing aid technology. Molly’s dedication and commitment to helping people hear better is shown through the passionate care she provides to each patient every day.
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“We have been working with Jenna. She is willing to take the time to make sure everything is done right and she meets my needs. She is very helpful, kind, and patient. She is also extremely knowledgeable about the cochlear implants and the programs that are offered. We are very happy we have been working with her and also Dr. Slattery. They are excellent. ”
“I lost one of my hearing aids during a trial period. Instead of charging me their cost, the owner instructed the employee to charge me the full price ($3500) for the one lost hearing aid even though that price is usually negotiated lower and it also includes aftercare such as cleanings, programming of device, frequent testing of hearing, refurbishing of devices, etc. Beware...anyone who seeks to benefit from someones misfortune is not someone I want to do business with. ”
Received 06/07/2019Official Response from House of Hearing - Draper:“Dear William, We appreciate your feedback, we welcome opportunity for improvement. I’m sorry that your hearing aid was lost and that you feel the contracted price for your hearing aid is unfair. An option you have is to purchase a replacement hearing aid since the hearing aid is under warranty. I apologize if this does not seem like the best option for you. If you’d like, please revisit any of our offices to discuss your options going forward. We wish you well. Sincerely, Stephanie Anderson, Manager ”
“The quality of their products and their service is outstanding. They take a personal interest in their clients and strive to make sure you are happy with your hearing aids. ”
“My appointment went very well. We skipped the test and the sales pitch because I had done it before. We talked prices and what quality would work best for me. I appreciated that very much.”
“Sam was the one who helped me. He was so kind and professional and was patient with me. He knew what he was doing. When I am able to afford the Hearing Aids I plan on asking for Sam to help me.”
Founded in 1984 the House of Hearing, proud partners of Ear, Nose and Throat Center, is Salt Lake City’s oldest hearing aid and hearing test provider. We understand the importance of hearing and the devastating impact of hearing loss. We work with each of our hearing patients to ensure we find the right solution for your hearing needs. That solution may include hearing aids, assistive listening devices or therapies and treatments that can help you improve and protect your ears.
Hearing care services
- Hearing evaluations
- Hearing aid consultation
- Hearing aid fitting and programming
- Balance testing and treatment