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Why GPs refer their patients to City Hearing

  • City Hearing is a one- stop Audiology Practice providing comprehensive audiology services, hearing assessments, hearing devices, non-personal hearing systems and maintenance care
  • Employs only qualified, experienced and professional audiologists to attend to your needs
  • Has an experienced Registered Psychologist on staff to support new clients and family who need advice on adjusting to hearing devices during the transition period
  • Provides two, conveniently located office locations in Kew and Melbourne CBD
  • Is an Accredited Provider for Aviation Hearing Assessment, WorkSafe Victoria, Comcare and Transport Accident Commission (TAC) hearing assessment and hearing device fittings.
  • Has Medicare Provider status for patients appropriately referred by their General Practitioner (Chronic Disease Management)
  • Practices competitive pricing on hearing devices and other products.

City Hearing is an independent practice and has no affiliation with any one hearing device manufacturer, nor does the hearing device pricing structure favour any manufacturer. Our audiologists have access to a wide range of hearing devices from quality manufacturers and will prescribe only the best that meets the client’s requirements.

Pricing, Private Health Funds &Insurance Cover

Hearing Device prices can range from $890.00 through to $6,000.00; depending upon:

  • Degree and Nature of hearing impairment
  • Lifestyle and Listening Requirements
  • Cosmetic issues, and
  • Ear canal size

Payment for audiology consultation, assessments and hearing devices purchased is required on the day of service. We accept EFTPOS, Visa, Mastercard, American Express and cash payments. City Hearing does not charge a surcharge for the use of EFTPOS and credit card facilities.

Most funds contribute towards the costs associated with the purchase of hearing instruments and sometimes on the costs of professional consultation fees, depending on the level of cover that you have.

Assistive hearing devices are expensive medical items. Expensive items are worth insuring, so we recommend that you get in touch with your household contents insurer and add your hearing devices to your policy. This is usually done by insurers at no charge and we can provide you with the valuation paperwork if required.