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Welcome

 

The purpose of the Missouri Hearing Society is to:

  • Educate their members and the public;
  • Further the interest of the hearing impaired and those who work with the hearing impaired;
  • Enhance the image of the Hearing Instrument Specialist and Audiologist through positive public relations efforts with the residents of the State of Missouri.

 

Member Benefits:

Personal growth, legislative issues monitored for you, added credibility, CEU opportunities and member access to our Association web site are among the best benefits for being a member. For full detail on the benefits of being a MHS Member, click here.

 

Contribute to the MHS Political Action Committee:

In order for us to stay on top of legislative items against our industry, we have our own Political Action Committee. Click here for a contribution form and send your donation today! Personal and corporate contributions are accepted.


Chapter Happenings

MHS 2018 SPRING CONFERENCE!

             

SAVE THE DATE!

Missouri Hearing Society

ANNUAL CONVENTION AND EDUCATION SEMINAR

March 1-3, 2018

Hilton Kansas City Airport
8801 Northwest 112th Street
Kansas City, MO 

REGISTER HERE

Download the program here


 FIT TO SERVE PASSES THE HOUSE!

 
Today, Sept. 14, 2016, the U.S. House of Representatives considered H.R. 5620, the VA Accountability First and Appeals Modernization Act of 2016, an omnibus bill that incorporates a series of reforms aimed at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). As part of the bill's consideration, Rep. Sean Duffy (R-WI) introduced an amendment to the bill that contains our hearing healthcare language that was passed just two days ago in H.R. 3471. The amendment was adopted, and H.R. 5620 passed the House 310-116. NOW ONTO THE SENATE!!! IHS Still Needs your support!

 

  

MHS Blog

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    March 4, 2018 Farmington, MO Lynn Royer is now past MHS president. But hers was a great tenure! Many of you know Lynn well and are aware of her inordinate talent for performance. You know, of course, that she is an accomplished administrator and a distinct and direct voice in any executive chair. I wish I might fill this office half as well! But my point in submitting my thanks to Lynn here – at this juncture of transition – is perhaps tied a tad ...

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