Wesley has been a practicing hearing aid specialist since 1987. In 1988 he earned hearing aid dispensing licenses in Texas and New Mexico. He moved to New Mexico from San Antonio, Texas in 1991 and opened the Roswell Sandia Hearing Aid office in its current location.
That same year he earned the important designation BC-HIS. This achievement represented his desire to excel beyond the normal requirements for operating a hearing instrument practice. The designation, BC-HIS (Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences), is earned by completing and passing a highly specialized National Competency Exam which is based on practical knowledge of dispensing and decision-making capability. The designation requires recertification every three years with proof of qualifying continuing education.
The following year, Wesley earned the coveted title Audioprosthologist from the American Conference of Audioprosthology. The ACA program is an upper division undergraduate course specifically designed for hearing instrument dispensers with emphasis on Speech Pathology and Audiology. It is the highest designation a hearing aid dispenser can obtain. Through this designation he is qualified to assess the type and magnitude of hearing impairment, analyze and select hearing aids with appropriate electroacoustic properties and manage the professional, technical and business aspects of the hearing aid field.
In the last 22 years, Wesley has expanded the Sandia practice to include Eddy, Lea, Roosevelt and Curry counties in addition to the home area of Chavez County. Each community in Southeast New Mexico welcomes him as a specialized member of the hearing health community. He has helped thousands of citizens in Southeastern New Mexico with his caring dedication to the best and latest technology and highest quality service.
Wesley believes in the important task of giving back to the communities that have made him successful. He has served on various boards and committees over the years, offering his insight and judgment to causes important to Southeastern New Mexico.
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Wesley Miller Betty Ford died. The first person that says 'raise a glass' gets unfriended.
Jul 8, 2011 via Facebook
Wesley Miller Kelli is gone for the weekend. Will I: a) sit around in my boxers and watch Spike TV b) leave the toilet seat up c) leave the dirty dishes in the sink or d) all of the above
Actually, trick question, none of them, I'm gonna mope around till she gets back.
Jul 8, 2011 via Facebook
Wesley Miller Fell asleep upstairs last night. When I woke and went downstairs to go to bed at 2am I find my wife had completely rearranged the bedroom. WTH? It's not easy to move the amours and
bed even with two people. I'm happy with the change but I'm jealous of her energy!
May 22, 2011 via Facebook