The name “Landa” was created by combining the initials of the founders’ first names—Lawrence and Alice. In Chinese, the name “Er Tong”(耳通) was created with a meticulous consideration of Chinese anthroponymy, which takes into account a character’s strokes, pronunciation, and original meaning.
Hearing Examination: Sensorineural hearing loss, conductive hearing loss, tinnitus.
Hearing aid: The most advanced hearing aids, hearing aid repairs、 Custom-made Earplugs for swimming(lower cases)、Custom-made Earplugs for noise-canceling(musician plugs).
Landa Hearing Center, established in 1992, was the first hearing aid center founded independently by an audiologist in the New York Chinese community. From the first day, we have been providing patients with assistance in Chinese. This is especially helpful for elderly Chinese patients, as they can communicate their problems more clearly in their native language and find suitable hearing devices.
Landa Hearing Center’s first clinic was at the Wing Fat Mansion in Chinatown. In 2010, we moved to the Golden Wheel Medical Building, 139 Centre St., where the Chinatown clinic is currently located. Our second clinic is in Flushing. It started out at the Golden Shopping Mall, before relocating to Sanford Tower. Finally, in 2008, we moved to Queens Crossing, where our Flushing clinic currently stands. Over our many years of service, we’ve gained our patients’ trust and developed a reputation for sincerity, patience and equality.
Nowadays, our patients are not limited to Chinese Americans. In our waiting rooms, you will find people representing different ethnic groups of the community. For instance, in our Flushing clinic, we see patients from various races and ethnicities including but not limited to Korean, Indian, Hispanic, Middle Eastern, Caucasian, African Americans, and Chinese. Etc.
It’s our greatest pleasure to have the trust of our clients. At Landa Hearing Center, we ensure that clients feel they are treated equally and genuinely.