As Independent Audiologists we’re not a chain and we’re not owned by a hearing aid manufacturer, so we’re free to recommend to you every and any solution available on the market. It means, when you visit an Independent Audiologist you can be sure we’ll recommend the hearing solution that really is the very best for… Continue Reading How do independent audiologists work for you?
Healthcare professions are recognised by governments and the public as having defined scopes of practice and expertise that require predetermined levels of education and competencies. Recognition of scope of practice and required education affords the rights and responsibilities associated with earning a living from delivering healthcare services. In New Zealand, 21 health professions are registered… Continue Reading Why isn’t audiology a registered profession?
Patient-centred care means: That we only have qualified audiologists treating you in our clinics. That we ask you what your needs are That we never pressure you That we look after you long-term That we are responsive to you That we welcome your family and whanau into our clinics whenever you wish them to be… Continue Reading Patient Centred Audiologic Care – What it means.