Denis Murnane is a board certified hearing instrument specialist and the owner of Community Hearing services. He earned his master’s degree from Fordham University and an undergraduate degree from Manhattan College. He is nationally board certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences and completed a workshop in hearing aid selection and fitting from Vanderbilt University Medical Center. He is a member of National Hearing Aid Society and New York Hearing Health Care Alliance.
This provider participates in the following insurance and discount plans: Federal Employee Program, Harmony Hearing, Advanced Hearing Providers, Homelink, OCCM, AARP-HearUSA, MCAS, Prime Health, AFE USA and AMAC.
Kristy Unflat-Tilley is a licensed audiologist serving patients at Community Hearing Services. She earned her doctorate from Ball State University and a bachelor’s degree from State University of New York. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and holds a certificate of clinical competence in audiology from the American Speech Language Hearing Association.
Rachel Donchek has a BA from the University of Albany. She is a NYS Licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist. She is originally from Queens, NY and now lives in the Westchester Area. Rachel's greatest reward is watching her patients develop the courage to thrive and transform their connection to the world around them by regaining their ability to hear better. Her mission is to empower people, through awareness and knowledge, to get treatment for their hearing loss and live their lives to the fullest.
Read 10 verified patient reviews for Community Hearing Services - Mount Kisco! Their average review score is 4.9 () from 10 reviews.
“I have needed hearing aids for quite sometime and finally got around to doing the research and going to 4 or 5 different places. I decided to go with Dennis because he had the best price, longest trial period, best financing and excellent customer service. Very attentive to mall my needs. Highly recommend. ”
“I am a senior citizen whose hearing loss is family related. Hearing loss can start as early as 30 years of age but, for me it became apparent 10 years age. It took me approximately 2 years to decide to have my hearing tested. Yes, I was a candidate for a hearing aid. A friend of mine recommended Community Hearing Services. My first appointment was in October 2008. Here you’re never pressured. You’re given the facts which are easily displayed on their computer. Note, computer programs are not supplied by any one company. The practitioner must purchase the program. Here programs are bought as needed. At this point my hearing aid is attached to my phone through blue tooth. However, there are many kinds of hearing aids & every patient is fitted for an aid best suited to their needs. Community Hearing Services has several locations. As a result of my schedule and the office’s availably I have on occasion gone to another location. The same standard of care can be found in all their offices. IF YOU ARE NOTICING TROUBLE WITH HEARING, I RECOMMEND COMMUNITY HEARING SERVICES.”
“Denis is amazing! I recently began using hearing aids and I am so glad I chose Community Hearing in Mount Kisco to help me do so. After testing and talking, Denis suggested the right hearing aids for me. I am really surprised by how easy the process of adjustment has been and a major part of it is attributable to the support and patience I have received from Denis. I would highly recommend his services!”
“My wife and I are both first time hearing aid wearers, and were little bit nervous. Denis led us through the process as smoothly as possible. He made sure we were comfortable with each step and well informed about the decisions that we had to make. I think the most important thing is the amount of time that he has been willing to spend with us. You never feel rushed, and he was anxious to answer our all of our questions. He has made multiple adjustments along the way to make sure that we had the best hearing results possible. From beginning to end, he has been a true professional. Needless to say, we are highly satisfied and have no qualms about recommending Community Hearing Services.”
“As a speech and hearing therapist I paid careful and particular attention to the person who recommended and fitted my hearing aids. Denis Murnane at Community Hearing Services was patient and thorough in explaining my hearing aids to me and did a superb job fitting them. I would highly recommend him. ”
About this clinic
Audiological services to clients for over 23 years. Our Danbury, Connecticut office and the offices in Carmel, Mt. Kisco, Poughkeepsie, and Poughkeepsie, New York are staffed by state certified hearing aid specialist and an audiologist who are committed to giving our clients the highest quality hearing health care available. We specialize in conducting audiological evaluations, fitting of advanced hearing systems, and follow up care. As a multi-line hearing aid company, we dispense and service all hearing aids and have received specialized training in Digital, Micro and open fit hearing systems.
We have 4 locations to choose from:
201 South Ave Suite #203
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
672 Stoneleigh Ave Suite #C120
Carmel, NY 10512
359 East Main St Suite #4B
Mount Kisco, NY 10549
600 Tuckahoe Road
Yonkers, NY 10710
- Hearing evaluations for adults and children
- Comprehensive hearing aid fittings and adjustments
- Hearing aid repair and programming
- Industrial hearing conservation services
- Educational audiology services for hearing-impaired children
- Complete hearing health care
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|Monday||9:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Tuesday||9:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Wednesday||9:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Thursday||9:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Friday||9:00 am - 5:00 pm |
|Saturday||Open by appointment|
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- Insurance accepted, please call for details