West Shore Hearing Center
At West Shore Hearing Centers in Camp Hill, PA we are proud to provide exceptional care and the latest in hearing care technology to our valued patients. Through our comprehensive and compassionate approach to hearing health, we strive to provide optimal solutions for all lifestyles and budgets.
Our services include hearing screenings and demonstrations, routine and diagnostic testing, programming and adjustments, in-office repairs, and cleaning of all makes and models of hearing aids, hearing aid batteries, and hearing aid accessories. Any new hearing aids purchased from us come with an evaluation period, extended warranty, and 0% financing! All relationships begin with trust, and you can trust our hearing professionals to guide you through your journey to better hearing.
We value being a part of the local Camp Hill, PA community and believe in treating our patients like family. We know that every person has different needs, and everyone has a unique lifestyle. That is why we are readily available to answer all of your questions and to help you on your journey to better hearing health.
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Meet Our Providers
Donna McGirr, HIS
Donna McGirr is a Hearing Instrument Specialist Licensed by the state of Pennsylvania. Donna brings to her position a wide range of experience built on a career in the medical field, and a lifelong dedication to helping others. By staying up to date on the latest innovations in hearing aid technology, and recognizing that each patient’s situation is unique, she provides the best possible care for her clients.
Donna lives in York, PA with her husband. She is the proud mother of two grown boys, and one adorable rescue named Storm. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, and can often be found working on DIY home projects.
“I love knowing that the work we do improves our patient’s ability to hear, and improves their quality of life. It’s the success stories – when they share the ways that being able to hear brings them back to their families, allows them to be a part of their churches, and to feel like a part of their community again. That’s the good stuff.”