We host a service run by Scrivens Audiologists in this Centre, able to provide NHS Hearing Aids
You must be referred to us by your GP to benefit from our free services below:
- A thorough hearing assessment
- Fitting of digital hearing aids (where required)
- Continuous aftercare support
- A regular supply of batteries straight to your front door
Scrivens NHS hearing aids feature:
Modern digital technology
- Small and discreet
- Custom made moulds (where required)
- Powerful technology to assist the more advanced of hearing losses
- Flexible fitting range
Many of our patients are fitted with their brand new hearing aids on the day of their assessment, meaning they can benefit from better hearing straight away
We are proud that 90% of our NHS hearing patients rate our service as very good or excellent and 98% would recommend us to a friend or family member.
If you would like to learn more about our NHS hearing service and to find out if you are eligible please call 0800 0275102 to find out more about NHS hearing care and how you can access this service locally.
For more information you can also visit the Scrivens Website
Will the service and care be as good as my local hospital?
Our contract with the NHS requires us to meet clear standards of clinical excellence that all NHS hearing providers must work to, meaning you will receive the same, if not better services as you would at your local hospital. We are proud to say that 98% of our patients said they would recommend our services to a friend or family member.
What happens after I am fitted with my hearing aids?
Our dedicated customer service team will arrange regular reviews after your hearing aids are fitted. We understand that getting used to your hearing aids could take some time so we will keep in close contact to make sure you are getting the most out of your hearing aids. Also feel free to pop in if you have any concerns.
Will my hearing aids cost me anything?
No, the hearing aids and continuous supply of batteries are all funded by the NHS.
I thought I could only get NHS hearing aids from hospital?
New legislation means that in some areas, following a referral by your GP, you are able to choose from a selection of accredited providers in your area