Wesson Hearing Aid Center has been providing prompt, courteous, and professional hearing healthcare services to the greater San Joaquin County since 1979; a trusted name for over three and a half decades. Wesson HAC’s caring staff is passionate about helping people hear well. A Wellness program that fulfills their strong belief that everyone over the age of 55 should have a hearing screening is a large part of their community services, which is offered at no charge or obligation. Wesson HAC offers community educational seminars throughout the year to educate people on the importance of better hearing and hearing protection. A portion of the monies paid for their hearing aid purchases are used to fund hearing aid foundations (Oticon Foundation and Starkey Hearing Foundation) that donate time and hearing aids to give underprivileged individuals in third world countries and here in the US, the opportunity to improve their lives through better hearing.
Doug Wesson, owner and certified Audioprosthologist, is himself hearing impaired and knows firsthand the benefits of using hearing aids to stay in the game of life. That is why he and his wife, Debbie, traveled to Belize on a Starkey Hearing Foundation Mission to fit over a 100 children with hearing aids. Wesson HAC is also a regional drop-off point where used hearing aids can be turned in for recycling. A receipt for tax purposes is available upon request.
Wesson Hearing Aid Center has been a trusted hearing health care provider in San Joaquin County since 1979. The business was founded on the “Golden Rule” principal. Douglas B. Wesson BC-HIS, ACA, owner and founder, is a Board Certified-Hearing Instrument Specialist, Board Certified Audioprosthologist, and California State Licensed Hearing Aid Dispenser.
Doug has a hearing loss in both ears as a result of a virus and is a hearing aid user himself. He understands the complexities of hearing loss and how it affects one’s personality, confidence, and interaction with family and friends and how it can affect one’s employment opportunities. He is also personally aware of how hearing aids work in noisy situations and has years of experience in adjusting hearing aids to obtain the best hearing results for his patients.
Wesson Hearing Aid Center has 4 convenient locations—Manteca, Ripon, Tracy, and Oakdale.
Manteca Office opened in 1979. It is located at 1079 Eucalyptus St., Suite B., across from the Manteca Senior Center. Manteca is the main office with full time office hours: M-F, 9-5.
Tracy satellite office opened in 1982 and is open on Tuesdays by appointment. It is located at 530 W. Eaton Ave., Suite A in the Tracy Medical Building across from Sutter Tracy Community Hospital. Wesson Hearing Aid Center is in the office of San Joaquin Cardiology Medical Group – Dr. Gurinder Grewal, MD.
Ripon satellite office opened in 2008 and is open on Thursdays by appointment. It is located at 1444 W. Main St., Suite A, within the office of Dean Uecker’s Farmers Insurance Agency.
Oakdale satellite office opened in 2016 and is open on Wednesdays by appointment. It is located in the Oakdale Professional Center at 250 S. Oak Ave., Suite A-4. Wesson Hearing Aid Center shares the office of Oak Valley Otolaryngology with Dr. Jerrold Polterock, MD, FACS.
Each of Wesson’s clinics is a full-service hearing aid office which provides the same prompt, courteous, and professional hearing healthcare services: hearing tests; consultation, hearing aid selection, fitting and adjusting; hearing aid sales, service; and other assistive listening options.
Monday – Friday
9 AM – 5 PM
Tuesdays by appointment
Thursdays by appointment
Wednesdays by appointment