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Lawson’s Hearing Center: Our Story
Since 1953, Lawson’s Hearing Center has been a family owned and operated practice serving our community. Lewis Lawson started Lawson’s optical on the corner of Front Street and Main Street and focused on helping people with their eyesight. Robert Lawson joined his father Lewis and started fitting hearing aids in the mid-1980’s.
In 2002, we moved to our current location at 57 Front Street as Lawson’s Optical and Hearing Center. During this time Robert and Pamela Lawson owned and operated the business helping people with their eyesight and hearing needs, before gradually phasing out optical services. A few years later, Lawson’s Hearing Center was primarily focused on helping the community with their hearing needs. We still are to this day!
Jonathan joined the Lawson’s team in 2016 after practicing in Ohio for several years. Jonathan became the president of the practice in 2018, and is dedicated to his legacy of serving the community by providing excellent hearing healthcare.
We believe in helping the people in the Southern Tier area with all of their hearing needs, and treating them just as we would our own family. We have been serving our community for over 65 years and will strive to keep people connected for years to come!
Meet the Professionals
Jonathan is continuing the legacy and reputation of his family business as a third-generation business owner and is Board Certified by the National Board for Certification in Hearing Instrument Sciences. He is a graduate from Cedarville University with a bachelor’s degree in Youth Ministry and Christian Education. Jon’s inspiration developed from being around the industry all of his life and seeing how hearing aids affect people’s hearing health in a positive way.
NYS Licensed Hearing Aid Dispenser
Michelle joined Lawson’s Hearing Center in October of 2017. She earned her undergraduate degree in Exercise Science with a minor in Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University. Her professional interest includes hearing aid technology and helping patients improve their quality of life through better hearing.
How We Give Back to the Community
Lawson’s Hearing Center is a proud member of the Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce and a member of the Better Business Bureau. We are proud to give charitable donations to multiple disaster relief organizations and helping our community any way we can.
We offer free service to veterans as part of our Give Back to Veterans program. We offer free service to college students as well.
If you or someone you know is in need of hearing care, please refer them to Lawson’s Hearing Center. We will do whatever we can to make hearing care affordable.