Hearing tests are conducted by university qualified and Audiology Australia certified Audiologists.
Why an Audiologist?
What is an Audiologist?
You can find out more about audiologists at the Audiology Australia website which is the peak governing body
We conduct a suite of assessments using the latest technology and methods including:
Pure tone audiometry; air conduction and bone conduction
Speech Audiometry; in quiet and in noise
Aided free field testing; threshold testing and speech discrimination testing
Impedance Audiometry; tympanometry, acoustic reflexes
ENH Audiologists provide specialist services such as;
Assessment For Surgically Implanted Devices.
Diagnosis of hearing loss and liaising with GPs and other health professionals
Auditory Processing (APD)
Hearing assessments for children from 3 years
Driving authority hearing tests
Pre-employment hearing tests
As well as:
Fitting Of Hearing Aids and Assistive Listening Devices
Provision Of Custom Swim Plugs, Musician’s Hear Savers And Custom Noise Plugs
At your initial appointment
- Bring your referral if you have one. Medicare rebates are only available with an Ear Nose and Throat Specialist’s referral or a GP Care Plan
- Bring someone with you; two sets of ears are better than one
- Don’t be afraid to ask questions of your audiologist
- Health Fund Benefits; not many Health Funds cover hearing tests so you will need to check with your fund.
You will receive a copy of your test results and when needed a report will be sent to your referring GP/Specialist.
Hearing aid discussion (if required)
The benefits and features of a range of hearing aids will be discussed based on your hearing loss and communication needs.
Never feel pressured to make a choice, take your time, it is an important decision.