Our experienced audiologist provides tailored services for adults and children. Find out more about our hearing and listening services.
Our audiology services
- Diagnostic assessment
- Auditory processing assessment
- Ear wax management
- Tinnitus assessment and management
- Hyperacusis assessment and management
- Hearing aid fittings
- Ear plugs and other assistive listening devices.
- Specialised testing for children with global developmental delay and autism spectrum disorder
Our audiologist can also provide screenings at schools and work places. As well as arranging custom ear plugs for post-surgery.
How to make an appointment
Please contact our intake team on 03 9810 3000 or email email@example.com
Fees and payments
We offer services for all members of the community. Some of our services prioritise access to people and families with greater health, economic and social needs. We set the costs of our services based on income ranges. These income ranges are based on the Centrelink Income Test for pensioners. See our current income tables.
If you are on a low income, or have a valid Health Care Card, our audiology fees are bulk billed with no gap.
If you are on a medium or high income, please refer to the fee and funding options table. There are multiple funding options including:
- Medicare rebates
- private health insurance rebates
- Helping Children with Autism (HCWA)
- NDIS funding under clients’ NDIS plans
Medicare on line and individual private health insurers can provide more information about available rebates
If you want to talk to someone about fees, please call 03 9810 3000. We are here to help find the best solution for you.
What does an audiologist do?
Our audiologist is here to help with your hearing and listening. The first thing an audiologist will do, is check your hearing. They then manage and treat any issues, including tinnitus and other external noises you may be experiencing. If you have a hearing aid, our audiologist can fit and tweak these.
For your children, our audiologist can check their hearing and provide education and support for any difficulties they may be having.
How long are the wait times to see the audiologist?
Wait times can vary. We encourage anyone with a sudden perceived hearing loss to speak with the audiologist immediately.
Call 03 9810 3000 to book an appointment.
Do I need a referral to see the audiologist?
No referral is needed. A referral from a team care arrangement or from an Ear, Nose and Throat Doctor or Neurologist will receive rebates.
Do you provide hearing screenings?
Our audiologist can provide hearing screenings for:
- schools and kindergartens
- aviation services
- police force
- security work applications, and
- industrial sites.