Having healthy ears is a big part of being able to hear the world around us. Our hearing services help your child do just that.

What we do

Our audiometry (hearing) nurses conduct comprehensive hearing tests. These tests help with the early identification of ear disease and hearing problems.

Audiometry nurses can also make referrals to other health professionals and educators.

Who we care for

Children from ages 3 to 12 years.

How to access this service

If you think your child has hearing problems, speak to your Child & Family Health nurse. They will refer you to the hearing service if they think your child needs to have their hearing tested.

You can also ask for the service by calling the Central Referral Service on 1800 600 681.

Service Providers please refer your clients using our referral form.  We will confirm acceptance of your referral following receipt and review of eligibility.

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