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Date: 25 January 2022
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Audiology Centre
Due to COVID-19, our walk-in hearing aid repair service has been suspended until further notice. The Audiology department is working to reinstate clinics in line with local and national guidelines.
Please be patient with us, as there is currently a significant backlog of patients awaiting appointments. Further information is available in the coronavirus information for patients section of the website:
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Audiology Centre (QEHAC) provides a broad range of services to adults affected by problems with hearing, balance or tinnitus.
We have a large multi-disciplinary team comprising audiologists, hearing therapists and administrative support, with close liaison with ear, nose and throat (ENT) consultants and other professionals.
- hearing tests
- digital hearing aids
- bone conduction hearing implants
- cochlear and middle ear implants
- diagnostic hearing and balance services
- balance rehabilitation
- hearing therapy
- tinnitus rehabilitation
For routine hearing aid advice/maintenance, please telephone reception for an appointment on 0121 371 7100.
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The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Audiology Centre has achieved national accreditation with the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS). Accreditation number: IQIPS 7978.