Who We Are

Central Alberta’s clear choice for hearing health care and hearing aid technology. HearWell is owned and operated by Dr. Andrew Towers, a local Doctor of Audiology, and is located in the beautiful Creekside Professional Building in south downtown Red Deer, AB.

Dr. Towers’ mission is to bring a unique patient experience to Central Alberta through unparalleled clinical excellence, integrity and experience without paying more. Dr. Towers knows that an educated patient is a satisfied patient and so the HearWell patient experience emphasizes extensive counseling and follow up care.

​Dr. Towers has practiced as a Registered Audiologist in Alberta for over 10 years, helping thousands of patients hear better during that time. Most recently, Dr. Towers was the Head of Audiology for the Canadian branch of one of the world’s largest hearing aid companies. Such unique experiences afforded him the opportunity to sit in hundreds of clinics across Canada and learn from each. Dr. Towers also spent a considerable amount of time at the manufacturer’s world headquarters in Copenhagen, Denmark, gaining a unique insight into how hearing aids are made, from research to conception to production as well as implementation to those with a reduction in hearing. This “insider” knowledge of the hearing aid industry is unparalleled in Alberta and will serve his patients well.

From 2003-2009, Dr. Towers practiced clinically in Red Deer, being nominated for and receiving several awards along the way for outstanding contributions to the fields of Audiology and Rehabilitation. He has also held numerous executive positions with the Alberta College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (ACSLPA) as well as the Alberta Association of Audiologists (AA of A).

Dr. Towers lives in Red Deer and contributes his spare time to the Central Alberta Women’s Outreach Society and Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service (STARS) as his youngest daughter was a STARS VIP (very important patient) when she was born 11 weeks early in the Red Deer Regional Hospital and lifted by the STARS helicopter to Foothills Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in Calgary.

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