With the on-going spread and ever changing nature of COVID-19 we are closely following the guidelines of local, state and federal health officials. It is our goal to ensure that we provide the cleanest facility possible for the safety of our patients. With that in mind, we have implemented procedures and protocols to align with that goal. Some measures include:
Norvell’s Hearing Aid Center began in 1967 by Geneva and Homer Norvell on Main Street in downtown Zanesville. With their background working for Beltone in Boston, MA, Geneva and Homer had a “working knowledge” that they could bring to the residents of Zanesville and surrounding areas. The practice continued to grow and prosper through the years as hearing aids continued to improve and transition from analog to digital. Gaining knowledge and experience from Geneva and Homer, their son Brad focused his education in the industry and joined the practice in 1982 after his college graduation. Working side by side, the Norvell family grew their patient base and provided the product and service that area citizens needed to the point that they moved the business to its current location at 735 Princeton Avenue, at the north end of Zanesville.
In 2006, Brad went from part owner of Norvell’s Hearing Aid Center to owner and president. Brad continues in the position today as the company continues to provide quality care and workmanship of its products to the Zanesville community and the surrounding eight counties. Offices are located in both Zanesville and Cambridge with service centers in New Lexington and Athens, Ohio. You can reach Norvell’s Hearing Aid Center by calling: (740) 453-1103.
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As a native Zanesville resident and a graduate of Bowling Green University with a degree in marketing and business management, Brad Norvell, B.S., ACA, HAS, began working in his parent’s business, Norvell’s Hearing Aid Center, located in downtown Zanesville in 1982. Brad has experienced the industry grow and change in leaps and bounds over the last three decades with the ever-changing technological world.
Brad has been an active member of the Sertoma Club of Zanesville since 1987; an organization that provides hearing aids for those in need. Having just celebrated his 20th year as a member of the IHS (International Hearing Society), Brad is proud to have been a part of this group of over 200 hearing instrument professionals and audiologists who are dedicated to helping non-profit agencies, manufacturers, and instrument specialists provide quality workmanship and service to individuals wearing hearing aids.
Brad has also become a certified Audioprosthologist by completing a year-long training program combined with over five years of experience in the industry. Brad resides in Zanesville with his wife, Chris. Brad and Chris enjoy their time together traveling, gardening, fishing, and rooting the Ohio State Buckeyes on to victory!