Covid-19 Notice

Due to COVID-19, we will be TEMPORARILY CLOSING our practice, effective, FRIDAY, MARCH 27TH.  We are joining in the effort to help prevent further spread of the Coronavirus.  We expect to RE-OPEN WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8TH.  We will re-evaluate at that time and follow the guidance from the state and local governments as to when we can safely serve you again.  We will continue to communicate with you through our website and Facebook.  If you need assistance during the next two weeks, please call our office at 781-7200.  We will be checking voicemails daily.  We hope to return back to business as usual to take care of all of your hearing needs as quickly and safely as possible. 

Stay well!  ~ The SMH Team:  Holly Thibodeau, Angela York, and Christina Crawford


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