Hearbase in Ashford Spencer Hospital
(Note, do not enter William Harvey,
follow signs for Spencer Private Hospital)
Spencer Private Hospitals,
William Harvey Hospital
0800 028 6179
HEARBASE AT SPENCER ASHFORD HOSPITAL
Please contact us on 0800 028 6179 or email email@example.com to book your appointment.
Hearbase works in association with The Spencer Private Hospital to deliver a high quality hearing diagnostics and children’s hearing, plus ear wax removal service (water irrigation and microsuction).
Hearbase is the leading local digital hearing company and we have been working in audiology for more than 25 years. We currently offer ear care and wax removal services at The Spencer Private Hospital.
We take your hearing loss seriously. It needs to be professionally diagnosed and treated with the best solutions available.
Our services at The Spencer Private Hospital:
Hearbase is Kent’s largest independent hearing company and we offer you a quality, clinically-based, private ear care and wax removal service at The Spencer Hospital Ashford. We use the latest diagnostic techniques, combined with first class care and support.
Digital hearing aids come in a vast range to suit everyone’s needs, from the most straightforward to the most sophisticated. Our highly trained audiologists will advise you as which hearing aid best suits your hearing loss and your needs. They will explain the pros and cons of the various features so you can be sure of making the right decision.
As we are independent of any hearing aid manufacturer, this means we have access to all the world’s leading hearing aid brands making it simple to find the best solution for your hearing loss.
We are confident about the quality of our service so all our hearing aids come with a guarantee of 100% satisfaction or your money back.
Marta joined Hearbase in November 2013 and is now the clinical manager, overseeing all of our clinicians and ensuring quality and best practice is adhered to. Marta also specialises in paediatric audiology and also works at our branches in Folkestone and Canterbury.
Marta completed her audiology degree in her home country of Portugal. After graduating she worked in two hearing care centres and in private and public hospitals where she tested adults and children for hearing loss and screened newborn babies.
In 2013 Marta published a study for an international symposium on the effects combined exposure to noise and toxic substances have on our ears and hearing. She says: “Despite publishing an article about industrial audiology and my interest in hearing aid technology, my dream has always been to work with children and be a paediatric audiologist.”
Marta wanted to work in health care because she likes to improve people’s wellbeing and make a difference to their lives.
“Working for Hearbase makes this possible,” she says. “Living in a different country with a different culture is a challenge but I am doing what I want to do. I have support from the Hearbase team which makes everything easier.”