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Celebrating 10 Years of Service



Story and photography by Joyce Taylor

The mission of Thigpen Hearing Center is “uplifting our community by improving communication one patient at a time. Our approach to services and relationships is to exceed your expectations while providing a remarkable standard of compassionate, caring, and expert hearing health care.”

To show their appreciation of their patients, Patti Thigpen and her staff invited the community to stop by on an April afternoon to enjoy snacks and cake that was served to celebrate their ten
years of service to the community. To celebrate “Better Hearing Month” in May, there will be another Patient Appreciation Day May 24, 1-4PM. They will be serving ice cream sundaes with all the toppings.

For more information on Thigpen Hearing Center, please visit www.pthearingcenter.com.

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