About Our Clinic

If you’re considering a hearing aid, one of the most important things you can do for yourself is to select an experienced, professional dispenser who will conduct a thorough evaluation, help you find the right instrument for your needs, and properly fit and program the device for you. You need a reliable provider offering follow-up service, including adjustments and repairs, to ensure your device always works properly.

Since 1972, AVC Hearing Aid Center, with offices in Middletown and Newburgh, NY, has provided Orange County residents with excellent service and the best hearing instrumentation on the market. We carry state-of-the-art hearing devices from the industry’s leading manufacturers.

At AVC Hearing Aid Center, you’ll find options for every lifestyle and budget, as well as every member of the family.

We provide comprehensive services, including evaluations, fittings, programming, repairs, cleaning, adjustments, and servicing. If you need supplies, you’ll find a great selection of batteries, swim plugs, custom ear molds, and much more.

From your first evaluation, through years of dedicated service, our hearing instrument specialist will be there to support, advise, and counsel you.

AVC Hearing is a member of the International Hearing Society and The Hearing Healthcare Alliance of New York. We are a Registered Hearing Aid Dispenser, New York Department of State.

Our Services


To ensure a proper fit with your device, you may need a hearing test to identify your hearing frequency levels in order to provide proper amplification. Your specialist will make recommendations based on your hearing evaluations. Once your hearing loss is determined, he or she can then choose the best aid for you to use. The correct fitting will be determined by how comfortably the hearing aids fit in your ears and how well the devices amplify sound. An ear measurement test will determine the sound pressure level in your canal to see if adjustments need to made. Also, you will be guided through some of the advanced features of the device, such as wireless syncing technology. Once you receive your hearing aid, a future hearing aid fitting will be required to ensure that your hearing aid remains perfect for you.


A computer software program is required to manage the hearing aids and adjust them to match your level of hearing loss. The software has basic tuning and fine-tuning capabilities that your specialist will use to determine and set the most comfortable levels. In addition, the hearing aids can be further tuned without using a software program. To do this, the specialist must have the correct instruments. They’ll have you listen to various frequencies and then make adjustments accordingly.

AVC Hearing Aid Center has an experienced and knowledgeable staff to address your needs and make useful recommendations where necessary. Make an appointment today!


• Hearing evaluations
• Hearing aid sales and product demonstrations
• Hearing aid programming, for many major manufacturers
• Fittings, repairs, adjustments, and servicing
• Batteries
• Wireless devices


• Custom floatable swim plugs
• Hearing aid batteries
• Cleaning tools
• Musician earplugs
• Sanitizers/hearing aid humidifiers
• Products for itchy ears
• Custom ear molds
• And much more!

AVC Hearing Aid Center is part of the Hearing Health USA network of healthcare providers, whose patient promise states: “We are dedicated to providing our patients with the highest level of hearing healthcare and to guide each individual through their journey to better hearing.” 

This information is intended for the sole purpose of fitting or selecting a hearing aid and is not a medical examination or audiological evaluation.

This information is intended for the sole purpose of fitting or selecting a hearing aid and is not a medical examination or audiological evaluation.
This information is intended for the sole purpose of fitting or selecting a hearing aid and is not a medical examination or audiological evaluation.

Meet Our Providers

Norman V. Meci, BC-HIS.

Norman joined the family business in 1981, after completing coursework in hearing aid dispensing at New York City Community College. He is a hearing instrument specialist, certified by the National Board for Certification in Hearing Instrument Sciences, and an active member of the International Hearing Society and the Hearing Healthcare Alliance of New York. Norman continuously updates his educational credits so he can dispense the latest hearing aid technology.