Products and ServicesServices
Hearing Tests, Hearing Evaluation, AdjustmentsBrands
Phonak, WIDEX, Oticon, Siemens, ReSoundConcerns
Tinnitus, Hyperacusis, Auditory Processing DisorderProducts
Hearing Aids, Ear Moulds, Ear Protection, Protective Devices, TV DevicesPractices
About Courtenay Hearing Centre
Courtenay Hearing Centre is an independent clinic that offers a wide range of hearing care services. The key focus for our staff is to determine the best solution for you. Our clinic is able to provide products from all of the main hearing care manufacturers, which allows us to meet the goal of finding the correct solution for all clientele.
The team consists of 7 qualified audiologists and 3 administration staff members, striving to offer the best service to all. A qualified audiologist is a hearing specialist with a postgraduate qualification in audiology and a minimum of 12 months supervised clinical practice.
Our Audiologists regularly attend professional development sessions to learn about the newest developments in hearing technology and equipment on the market ensuring up to date knowledge on all the tools available to help our clients.
We provide a full range of audiology services to help improve our clients ability to operate comfortably in their daily lives. Some of our core services include:
- Full Audiological Hearing Assessment
- Hearing Aids fitted with a 60 Day Trial
- Assistive Listening Devices
- Tinnitus Assessment and Treatment
- Access to ACC and War Pensions Funding
- Up to $1,022.22 Government Subsidy per Pair of Hearing Aids
For friendly and experienced support with your hearing, contact the team today.
Hearing Aids and Accessories
We stock a wide range of hearing products from all of the main hearing care manufacturers. This ensures we choose the right device for you, rather than simply recommending a single brand or model.
What is a Hearing Aid?
A hearing aid consists of a microphone that picks up sounds, an amplifier that makes it louder and a receiver that delivers the amplified sound to the ear.
Hearing aids today are much smaller than they used to be making them discreet, flexible and able to reduce disturbance from annoying whistling or wind.
Types of Hearing Aids
Receiver-in-the-ear: Sit behind the ear with a thin wire attached to a receiver which delivers sound to the ear canal.
Behind-the-ear: Tone hook on the end the attaches to a custom made ear mould.
In-the-ear: Fits neatly into the ear canal and parts of the outer ear.
In-the-canal: More discreet and fit neatly into the ear canal.
Completely-in-canal: Fits completely inside the ear canal and is more suitable for mild hearing loss.
There are a wide range of manufacturers available for hearing devices today. We stock equipment from the leading providers which include:
- GN ReSound
If you're having problems hearing, come and see us for friendly, professional advice.
Please visit our website for more information or contact us today!
What makes us different
Courtenay Hearing Centre has authorised access to available third party funding schemes such as ACC, War Veterans, Government subsidy, medical insurance and Accessable funding.
All clients will be advised about any source of funding they may qualify for, preventing them from missing out on financial assistance.