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Edmonton Central

10608 124 Street
T5N 1S3 Edmonton
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Edmonton Central

We are located at 10608 124 ST NW, next door to Albert's Restaurant. Parking is available in the back, or along the side streets. We offer free, no obligation hearing tests, and a large selection of hearing aid brands and styles. Our hearing aids come with a 3 year warranty, and a 2 year loss and damage warranty, along with a 3 year supply of batteries. We are open Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm.

Our Staff

  • Frank Lee

    Frank went to Grant MacEwan University before deciding to take the Hearing Aid Practitioner program at Grant MacEwan University. After graduating from the Hearing Aid Practitioner program. Frank worked at another business before getting a position at HearingLife (formerly Anderson Hearing Centres). Frank has about 15 years of experience helping people with their hearing needs.

  • Kim Ryll

    Registered Hearing Aid Practitioner

    Kim Ryll became a Hearing Aid Practitioner in 2008 upon graduating from Grant MacEwan College in the Hearing Aid Practitioner program. She is certified with the National Board for Certification in Hearing Instrument Sciences (NBC-HIS) as well as a member of the International Hearing Society (IHS) and the Canadian Hearing Instrument Practitioners Society. Kim joined the friendly HearingLife team in January 2018 and enjoys assisting her clients with compassion, patience and caring attention. As a musician, Kim is also very passionate about hearing preservation and carries her custom molded musician ear plugs everywhere she goes.

  • Renaldo Macalalad

    Renaldo graduated from University of Santo Tomas in the Philippines on June 2007. After working for a year in a hearing aid company in the Philippines as a dispensing audiologist, Renaldo moved to Canada in November 2008. Renaldo passed the CASLPA exam in 2009 and started working for HearingLife (formerly Anderson Hearing Centres) from October 2009 until February 2013. He then moved to Fort McMurray and worked at Northern Lights Regional Hospital from May 2013 until December 2014. Now, he is back in Edmonton working for HearingLife (formerly Anderson Hearing Centres).