Scott’s Alamo Hearing Aid Centers was opened in 1978 to improve people’s lives through better hearing. Our expertise combines knowledge of the latest hearing aid technology with hearing solutions to benefit those with different types of hearing loss. Our owner, Greg Scott, is a third generation hearing aid specialist. His father and grandfather were both in the hearing industry and have been providing hearing services to their community since the 1950s. Greg knew he wanted to continue on the family tradition of helping people through improving their hearing so he opened his own practice.
Because Scott’s Alamo Hearing Aid Centers is privately owned, we have the freedom to work with any patient regardless of their budget. We will find a way to help you experience better hearing. Greg Scott genuinely loves helping people and has been involved in his communities for over 40 years. We believe your hearing matters, and we want to help you experience your best life possible.
Greg Scott is the owner of Scott’s Alamo Hearing Aid Centers. He has over 43 years of experience and is able to confidently help his clients find the right hearing aid for their specific condition. Greg travels to Central Texas areas and works with physicians in Llano, Lampasas, Burnet, and Marble Falls. At these locations Greg holds regularly scheduled hearing clinics at nursing homes, doctors’ offices, and community centers to help a wider range of patients in the outlying communities. Greg is a certified Hearing Instrument Specialist (HIS) and maintains regular educational programs to keep up with the ever changing hearing aid technologies. Greg is shown here with his pet Chihuahua, Amorcita. When you come in for an appointment she will happily greet you. Come buy the Burnet office and say hello to them while bettering your hearing.
Darlene Ortegon is the office manager and a patient care coordinator. She is a single mother raising her two sons; Abel is in the military, and Adam is working at Toyota. She's been working with hearing aids for 20 years, and she loves helping patients hear better!
Her plan is to become a hearing instrument specialist next year.
Jessica Marvin is a patient care coordinator. One of her biggest interests is in helping others, and working for the hearing industry helps her to do just that.
Not only does she strive to provide the best experience possible, she also truly cares about her patients and can empathize with not being able to hear.