Sometimes what Clients have to say can be the best advertising.
Here are some recent Testimonials for Hearing and Audiology:
“Just wanted to thank you for the new EasyTek that arrived a couple of weeks ago. I am not sure if it came direct from Siemens, or through you, but it is here safely and is working perfectly. Thank you so much for continuing brilliant service. I am so glad I chose Hearing and Audiology!
Best Regards …John”
“Carmelo Agnello the young 90 yo pictured with Vivienne has been a patient for 18 years starting at the Mount hospital. She has such a warm and caring nature and has always looked after him so well that he refuses to consider someone else closer to home. She makes him feel so special that it’s a appointment that he really looks forward to!..Lydia Agnello”
A patient that used HealthEngine to book an appointment at Hearing and Audiology – Duncraig on the 2015-05-25 just completed a survey and we thought we’d let you know the results.
Below is what they had to say:
Overall, how would you rate your experience at the front desk / reception of the practice you visited:
Overall, how would you rate your experience seeing the doctor at the practice you visited:
Would you return to this practice in the future:
Were you seen promptly at the practice when you arrived:
Do you have any general feedback or comments about either HealthEngine or the practice you visited?:
I booked online as it was a Saturday and was confident the booking was booked online for Monday. The practice itself was great, just not the booking system.
Hearing and Audiology donates any unused behind the ear hearing aids for recycling to The Nepal Hearing Project.
The Nepal Hearing Project’s primary focus is to provide a community health service whose purpose is to improve or restore hearing to the hearing impaired in Pokhara and its surroundings. The project is committed to providing free or low cost assistance to the children and adults with low or no income. Local staff will be employed and preference will be given to the appointment of women to key decision making positions. The project will have a direct, practical and immediate benefit, be ongoing with the goal to have it eventually run by local staff, with external support as needed.
|Message from the Director|
We are now well into our fourth year of operation and can say that the project has been very successful and running smoothly. We have seen more than 10,000 clients providing hearing tests, removing wax blockages, treating ear infections and have fitted about a thousand recycled hearing aids by this time.
One day each week our staff visits a school or community centre where they screen test all the children as well as some adults from the nearby areas. We have also begun extended trips to remote areas where there are no hearing services. These trips may be four to five days in duration.
To continue our work we desperately need financial assistance as we rely almost solely on myself and my partner Valerie to fund the project. We are given a generous grant from Rotary International to buy new test equipment but we need ongoing funding for our lease payments, staff salaries, batteries and medical supplies, etc. To expand our operations we hope to somehow get assistance to purchase a 4WD vehicle so that we can access remote areas.
The project has given many Nepali people the opportunity to live a full and useful life and we hope to see it continue indefinitely.