As Hearing Healthcare Professionals, we identify, treat and prevent hearing loss. We have undertaken specialist training, education and work in a variety of settings; including clinics, hospitals, educational institutions, speech and hearing centres and private practices.
In order to dispense hearing aids in the UK, all Hearing Aid Dispensers and Audiologists must be registered by law with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC). (You can find out if your local hearing healthcare professional is registered by visiting www.hcpc.co.uk. This ensures that you are protected and that registered health and care professionals meet the national standards expected. In the UK, the minimum qualification to dispense digital hearing aids is a Foundation Degree in Hearing Aid Technology).
We are registered with the Health Care Professional Council (HCPC), and are members of the British Academy Of Audiology, the British Society Of Hearing Aid Audiologists, and the Association Of Independent Hearing Healthcare Professionals.
Chalfont Hearing Centre is an approved centre for the following manufacturers and services. In order to obtain approved status, centres must adhere to strict minimum standards, requirements and expectations. When selecting a provider for hearing instruments it is important to use a provider that is approved, to ensure quality and reliability. If you would like any further clarification or confirmation, please contact us.