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Effective Tuesday 31 March 2020
Perth Hearing & Tinnitus Clinic has been closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and continues to observe Australian health recommendations. Our first priority is the continued safety of our clients and employees. Public health officials continue to advise that social distancing is the most effective strategy to prevent the spread of COVID-19. As such, Perth Hearing & Tinnitus Clinic will be closed until further notice. Should you need to contact us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0480 261 179.
We will be checking messages frequently, and we will assist you in any way that we can during this period. We appreciate your support and understanding of this decision.
Thank you for loyalty. We are privileged to work with you, and we look forward to seeing you soon.
Hearing loss and tinnitus can impact people of all ages, from all walks of life. The first step towards a solution is to get in touch with us.
Our three-minute hearing screener can provide some quick and useful feedback about your hearing.
A one-hour hearing assessment is recommended if you’re experiencing hearing loss and would like guidance on your next steps.Find out more.
If you’re experiencing symptoms such as ringing in your ears or unusual sounds or sensations, book in for a tinnitus assessment.Find out more.
Many of the services we offer are eligible for rebates and financial assistance.
Australian pensioners and DVA cardholders can get assistance with the cost of hearing services including; hearing assessments, advice, support, and the fitting of a hearing device where needed. Check your eligibility at hearingservices.gov.au
Your GP must send a Hearing Services Program Medical Certificate to Perth Hearing & Tinnitus Clinic prior to your first appointment.
Medicare rebates are available through the Chronic Disease Management Program. A rebate is also available with a referral from an Ear Nose and Throat Specialist or a Neurologist.
We must receive the required paperwork prior to your appointment.
Private health funds may provide rebates on audiological testing and/or hearing aids. Contact your private health fund to check your entitlements.
A GP referral is not required to book an appointment.
Our friendly team is here to answer your questions and guide you in the right direction.Get in touch
Not sure what type of hearing aid best suits you? Start with booking in for a hearing assessment, which will include information about hearing aid types.
These have a both an internal and external component for your ear.Find out more.
These fit deep inside the ear canal and are virtually invisible to others.Find out more.
The latest technology, which synchronises with your mobile phone.Find out more.
These hearing aids are adaptable, fitting almost any ear canal shape.Find out more.
Are you feeling unusual sensations in your ears or hearing sounds such as ringing or buzzing? You may be experiencing tinnitus.
Learn more about tinnitus, including potential causes and support available.Find out more.
It can be tricky to know when to seek assistance. Learn the telltale signs.Find out more.
A comprehensive tinnitus assessment is available. Health rebates apply.Find out more.
As a respected and passionate specialist in the field of tinnitus treatment and hearing, Bev is a co-owner of Perth Hearing & Tinnitus Clinic.Find out more.
With a keen interest in using modern technology in the treatment of tinnitus and hearing challenges, Tennille is also a co-owner of the clinic.Find out more.
We’re open from 8:30am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday or after hours by appointment.
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