Hearing Health: Diagnostic and assessment services for an adult 21 years and over
Diagnostic audiology assessment consists of a number of tests that give detailed information about your hearing. An audiologist, who is a specialist in hearing, will carry out the tests.
What happens after my hearing screening or referral?
When a hearing screening or referral recommends the need for a diagnostic audiology assessment you could be referred to any of the following services:
Australian Hearing Services (if eligible)
Diagnostic Audiology at a hospital or Community Health Centre in your local area.
Private Audiologists Check the Yellow Pages for local centres or contact the Audiological Society of Australia
Sydney Cochlear Implant Centre (if appropriate)
At this time you may also be interested in obtaining information from groups or agencies established to provide support and information for people with hearing problems.
This web page is managed and authorised by Primary Health & Community Partnerships of the NSW Department of Health. Last updated: 17 March, 2009