Shawn Wilcox, HIS
Hearing Instrument Specialist
Shawn Wilcox has been an Illinois licensed hearing instrument specialist for the past 30 years. Shawn currently lives in his hometown of Benton Illinois with his wife Tammy and 2 daughters Kelsey and Kortney. Shawn had family in the hearing industry and followed in the profession becoming licensed 1992. He began his career working in Springfield Illinois and later relocated back home to Benton Illinois. Shawn has been working for a private practice commuting to Fairview Heights Illinois for the last 25 years. He decided to relocate to be closer to home and spend more time with his family, so he joined the Starkey family in March of 2021 working in the Marion and Effingham locations.
Shawn is passionate about working with the hearing impaired and strives to give each patient the best follow up care and excels in patient communications allowing each patient to achieve their best hearing outcome possible. Shawn when not working with patients can be found at home enjoying family time, on a lake fishing and working in his church on special events along with co-directing their Easter dramas each year. Shawn encourages you to call and give us the opportunity to help you with your hearing.
We were given fantastic, flexible service. After our appointment, Cindy brought us back to finish work that needed to be done and we had to go home and get things we forgot to bring with us. She worked us into.her already busy day and solved all our issues. She has...Mark Ewald, on Google
I am very pleased with the service I received today. I would recommend this place to anyoneMargo Hoyle, on Google
The young man was very knowledgeable and concerned about my care. He did an excellent job explaining what the procedures were and the outcomes.Lori Quinn, on Google
Professional and experienced assessment. I waited 45 minutes past my appointment time before being seen.Brenda Sprague, on Google
The staff at the Effingham office is fine. I have no problem there. They were sent in for the 5th time today, they DO NOT communicate with each other to raise or lower volume about 50 percent of the time.Charles Leak, on Google