Taylor Hearing Centers

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At Taylor Hearing Centers in Mountain View, AR we are devoted to our patients and will go above and beyond to provide the care they deserve. We value our patient’s trust and relationships, providing hearing care throughout their lifetime. We always recommend regular visits to have your hearing checked and, if you own hearing aids, to have them maintained to work at 100%.

We specialize in hearing loss treatments and offer top-quality aids to fit anyone’s hearing requirements. Our primary concern is to help the patient experience better hearing once again, so the special moments in life are not missed.

Our services include hearing evaluation, digital hearing aids, hearing aid repairs, hearing protection and more!

Meet Our Providers

Matthew Taylor, Au.D.

Matthew A. Taylor received his doctorate from The University of Florida in August of 2002. Dr. Taylor completed his Master of Arts degree and his Bachelor’s degree at Kent State University in Ohio. Dr. Taylor is currently the Audiologist representative to the Arkansas Board of Hearing Instrument Dispensers. He is a member of the American Academy of Audiology, American Speech Language Hearing Association, Arkansas Speech Language Hearing Association, and is licensed in the state of Arkansas.

Ann Cartwright

Patient Care Coordinator

Ann Cartwright was born and raised in the Baton Rouge Louisiana area before moving to Arkansas. She has been a resident of Mountain View since 1995. She is enrolled at Ozarka College and will have her Associates degree in Applied Science/Business Technology in May of 2012. She has been with Taylor Hearing Centers since 2008 and is the Mountain View Office Receptionist. She enjoys working in her garden, cooking, and spending time with her husband, two daughters and grandchildren.

Randy Fore, HIS

He is a graduate of Arkansas State University Mountain Home with a degree in Hearing Healthcare and is licensed by the state of Arkansas in Hearing Instrument Dispensing. Randy completed his American Conference of Audioprosthology to further his education. The 13 month graduate course included 168 credit hours on hearing impairment, hearing instrument selection and appropriate electroacoustic properties, as well as managing the professional, technical and business aspects of our field. Randy is the father of three, a son and two daughters and a very proud grandpa of 2 handsome grandsons.

Randi Williams, HIS

Randi is a graduate of Missouri State University-West Plains. She is a licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist. Randi has worked for Taylor Hearing Centers for 2 years.

She has 2 daughters with her husband Keith. When Randi isn’t working she enjoys running half marathons and is an active member of her church. She is currently the nursery teacher at her church.