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Audiology


Adult Audiology

Just a reminder to all of our patients that the Audiology Department at Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is still here for you, but are just working slightly differently due to COVID19.

We are offering postal or 'drop and collect' services for batteries, replacement tubes and hearing aid repairs. We are available to take your requests via telephone and can also offer advice if necessary regarding any queries you may have.

Please contact us on 01623 622515, extension 4672 or 4692 or 3341.

Any hearing aids posted to us should be sent by recorded delivery, with a note explaining the problem. We will return the aid to you by post.

The website www.C2Hearonline.com has useful information for hearing aid users, including videos on how to troubleshoot problems with your hearing aids.

Useful links

British Deaf Association (BDA): bda.org.uk

British Tinnitus Association: tinnitus.org.uk

Deafblind UK: deafblind.org.uk

Menieres Society: menieres.org.uk

Action on Hearing Loss (RNID): actiononhearingloss.org.uk

National Deaf Children’s Society: ndcs.org.uk

The Adult Audiology Department specialises in assessing, diagnosing and treating hearing and balance problems. Our highly skilled team of audiologists use a range of tests to assess hearing and can fit hearing aids for patients as necessary. We also provide therapies and counselling for tinnitus (noises in the ears), balance tests and rehabilitation. We have excellent levels of patient satisfaction because of our high quality, patient centred care.

The Audiology staff work closely with the Ear, Nose and Throat department, who investigate, diagnose and treat hearing and balance disorders. Our main audiology base is at King's Mill Hospital, where we provide hearing and middle ear function tests for patients who have appointments with ENT. Further tests can be provided to help the diagnosis and to decide on suitable rehabilitation.

Location and contact details

The Audiology department at King's Mill Hospital is situated in Clinic 8 on the 1st floor of the King's Treatment Centre, and is accessible by stairs or lifts.

Our opening hours are Monday to Friday, 8.00 am to 6.00 pm.

We also offer audiology services at Newark Hospital, with the department situated on the ground floor in main out patients. Audiologists from King's Mill Hospital provide the service at Newark, with opening hours of Monday to Friday, 8.30 am to 5.30 pm.

You can contact the department during the hours of 9.00 am – 5.00 pm via:

Telephone : 01623 622515 extension 3754/6171
Text: 07920206720
Email: sfh-tr.audiology@nhs.net

If you wish to make an Audiology appointment, you can contact the office by ringing 01623 622515, extension 3754.

How to access our services

Hearing aid repairs

Once a person has received a hearing aid from us, we also provide all ongoing service needs. If the hearing aid breaks a hearing aid repair appointment is required. 

Hearing aid repairs and lost hearing aids