Hearing Tests

Our First Meeting

Your hearing test will be conducted by a member of our Audiology team. Please click here to find out more about our team. All our Audiologists are regulated by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), hence you can be assured that you will receive the highest standard of care. Prior to your hearing test, you will sit with an Audiologist for a discussion about what your concerns are in particular. The hearing test will then be explained to you and you will enter one of our modern sound proof booths that ensure accurate results are collected. The hearing test will last approximately 15 minutes.

After the hearing test, your Audiologist will provide a print out of your result and explain in detail, the condition of your hearing. If you are interested in trying hearing aids, we will talk to you about the range of premium hearing aids that we have on offer. Please click here to find out more about hearing aids.

In addition to the hearing test, if further testing/investigation is required, our state of the art equipment can be used to conduct:

  • Tympanometry
  • Acoustic Reflex
  • Speech Audiometry
  • Transient and DP Otoacoustic Emissions

At London Hearing, we are very fortunate in the fact that we have an in-house Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) clinic. Hence if further referral is required for specialist investigation by a Consultant, we are also able to provide same day appointments where possible. To find out more about our ENT Consultants, please click here.

The cost of an appointment is £100, which includes a hearing test and a detailed 1-on-1 consultation with an Audiologist.

“I cannot thank you enough for enabling my daughter, to feel less isolated when in a group situation. Her hearing aid has already made an enormous difference to her life”


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“After about 2 weeks I realised being able to hear meant, that I was once again initiating conversations which I had not been able to do since I would not hear the response… In effect I was re-joining society.”