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A Milestone For The Speech & Hearing Center In Chattanooga

The HearMobile, the mobile testing unit of the Speech & Hearing Center.
Speech & Hearing Center
The HearMobile, the mobile testing unit of the Speech & Hearing Center.

For seventy years, The Speech & Hearing Center has helped thousands of people in the Chattanooga area who have a speech or hearing impairment.

Taylor Bostwick is the Center’s president and CEO.

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