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Free hearing tests in Somerset

Diamond Hearing Services are one of the leading providers of free hearing tests in Somerset.

With a combined total of more than 50 years as professional audiologists, our team has the expert knowledge to be able to diagnose all types of hearing loss problems. We have linked up with prominent businesses in Bath and Clevedon, making our drop-in clinics easily accessible to most people in the county.

Book your free hearing test

We offer our free hearing tests to the people of Somerset at our drop-in clinics in Combe Down and Clevedon.

If you suspect that you or one of your family members are experiencing hearing loss – having the TV on too loud, or struggling to fully hear conversations are often symptoms – then give one of our partners below a call to arrange an appointment.

To book your appointment call us on:

Rob Iles: 07779 027 773
Richard Walsh: 07971 876 627

Or you email us on:
info@diamondhearingservices.co.uk

If you are in a part of the county where we don’t have a drop-in centre or mobility is an issue, then we can still conduct a free home hearing test from the comfort of your own living room.

Contact us

Book an
appointment

To book your appointment use the form here or call us today on:

Rob Iles: 07779 027 773
Richard Walsh: 07971 876 627

Book an appointment

To book your appointment use the form here or call us today on:

Rob Iles: 07779 027 773
Richard Walsh: 07971 876 627

Drop-in locations in Somerset

Assured Mobility Shop

105 Midford Road
Combe Down, Bath
Somerset
BA2 5RX
Tel: (01225) 831 960

Better Mobility

11 Station Rd
Clevedon
Somerset
BS21 6NH
Tel: (01275) 342977

FAQs

What happens at a hearing test?

Hearing tests are unobtrusive, comfortable, and totally painless.

Typically taking under an hour, our hearing tests find the range of sound frequencies that your ears can pick up. The first part of the assessment involves a series of beeps being played through noise-cancelling headphones. This gives us a great idea of any hearing issues.

The second stage uses a modern video microscope to make a close-up examination of your inner ear. This can reveal the extent of any earwax blockages, or potentially any ear drum or ear canal damage.

We will discuss the results with you and can offer independent, fully impartial, no obligation advice on the most suitable paths for treatment if we detect any problems.

This could involve a referral to your GP, an ENT specialist, or a more in-depth hearing test to diagnose any underlying issues.

Will I need a hearing aid?

It’s possible, but it depends on what is causing hearing loss. If you have a condition that a hearing aid will improve, then we can help.

As an approved hearing aid supplier, we show how the most suitable models – from cutting edge in-ear receivers, to discreet digital hearing aids – might assist with improving your quality of life. We pride ourselves on supplying the most suitable devices rather than the most expensive, and as well as demonstrating how your model works, our aftercare is second to none.

If you have any issues, just get in touch.

Where are your drop-in clinics?

We provide our hearing services at outlets throughout South Wales and the South West of England.

You can book an appointment with us in Bristol, Cardiff, Gloucestershire, Newport, Oxfordshire, Somerset, and Wiltshire.

Where do you give home hearing tests?

If mobility or transport issues mean you can’t reach one of our clinics, our audiologists can come straight to your door.

This includes places where we don’t have branches, taking in the whole of South West England, South and Mid Wales, and as far north as Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Shropshire.

Just fill in the form below to arrange a home visit.

FAQs

What happens at a hearing test?

Hearing tests are unobtrusive, comfortable, and totally painless.

Typically taking under an hour, our hearing tests find the range of sound frequencies that your ears can pick up. The first part of the assessment involves a series of beeps being played through noise-cancelling headphones. This gives us a great idea of any hearing issues.

The second stage uses a modern video microscope to make a close-up examination of your inner ear. This can reveal the extent of any earwax blockages, or potentially any ear drum or ear canal damage.

We will discuss the results with you and can offer independent, fully impartial, no obligation advice on the most suitable paths for treatment if we detect any problems.

This could involve a referral to your GP, an ENT specialist, or a more in-depth hearing test to diagnose any underlying issues.

Will I need a hearing aid?

It’s possible, but it depends on what is causing hearing loss. If you have a condition that a hearing aid will improve, then we can help.

As an approved hearing aid supplier, we show how the most suitable models – from cutting edge in-ear receivers, to discreet digital hearing aids – might assist with improving your quality of life. We pride ourselves on supplying the most suitable devices rather than the most expensive, and as well as demonstrating how your model works, our aftercare is second to none.

If you have any issues, just get in touch.

Where are your drop-in clinics?

We provide our hearing services at outlets throughout South Wales and the South West of England.

You can book an appointment with us in Bristol, Cardiff, Gloucestershire, Newport, Oxfordshire, Somerset, and Wiltshire.

Where do you give home hearing tests?

If mobility or transport issues mean you can’t reach one of our clinics, our audiologists can come straight to your door.

This includes places where we don’t have branches, taking in the whole of South West England, South and Mid Wales, and as far north as Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Shropshire.

Just fill in the form below to arrange a home visit.