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About us

Founded in 1940 in Chicago, IL, Beltone Electronics Corporation is an established leader in the hearing care industry, committed to developing advanced technology, focusing on patient needs, and enhancing the hearing care experience. Beltone’s focus on the patient is a driving force in all its business activities, whether it be developing new       products, testing and fitting hearing instruments and hearing aids, or providing for a better in-office experience.

Beltone Electronics Corporation, along with its hearing care network, has received patient satisfaction ratings in the 90th percentile for products and service. Beltone proudly continues its long history as the most trusted brand in the hearing care industry among adults 50 and older.

Today, Beltone is one of the largest producers of hearing instruments and hearing aids. Beltone products are fit through an independent hearing care network serving patients in over 1,500 locations throughout North America. In addition, Beltone products are distributed in 27 countries spanning five continents.

Owners Dan and Jean Fletcher were both born and raised in the Detroit Area. Dan has been with Beltone, fitting hearing aids since 1989.  They purchased their first office in 1998 and have expanded to twenty-five offices throughout Michigan and Ohio.

Dan is Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences with a BA from Eastern Michigan University.  He has served on the Board of Hearing Licensing in Lansing, Michigan, and is a member of BC-HIS.  Dan has obtained every award  that the Beltone Corporation offers including The President’s Cup.  However, Dan and Jean are most proud of the “Circle of Excellence Award” given to the practice with the highest patient satisfaction; which they have earned 4 consecutive years.

“Our Mission Statement is to treat each patient as if we were treating a dear loved one,” Mr. Fletcher says, “and all of our employees must sign an agreement to treat them that way.”

Deeply involved in their community, they are active members of their church and spend their nonworking hours raising their three children.