Audiology

Please note: There will be no clinic on Saturday 18 March.

What we do 

We work closely with Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) consultants, nurses and hearing therapists to provide assessment and treatment for people with hearing loss and balance disorders. We provide specialist support using state-of-the-art equipment to deliver a comprehensive adult diagnostic service, including balance tests and a full hearing aid service six days a week. We also treat gradual hearing loss over the age of 50 and can assess patients for any equipment needed for their homes (obtained through local Social Services).

We offer rehabilitation for patients suffering from hearing disorders and host one of only a few tinnitus and hyperacusis (acute sensitivity to sound) support groups in London. Our therapy services include self-help, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), relaxation training, sound therapy and sleep counselling.

Our team

Our team is managed by Mrs Gillian Ross, Head of Audiology, and includes a Deputy Head of Audiology, senior Audiologists, Audiologists, an Audiology Rehabilitation Officer and Assistant Technical Officers. We also have a full time student on placement from University College London and students from Middlesex University.

Information

Location

We are located in Outpatients 5, 1st Floor, East Wing, West Middlesex University Hospital. Outreach clinics also take place at Teddington Memorial HospitalFeltham Centre for Health and Whitton Corner Health and Social Care Centre.  Home visits can be provided on request by your GP and we offer a walk-in service for replacing life tubes.

Contact

West Middlesex University Hospital

T: 020 8321 5681
E: audiology.department@wmuh.nhs.uk

Opening hours

  • Mon–Fri: 8:30am–12:30pm and 1:30pm–5:30pm
  • Sat:  8:30am–12 noon (except during Easter and between Christmas and New Year)

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