Reasons For Choosing UK Hearing
Quality of service: UK Hearing pride ourselves on providing accurate advice on all our products.
Price: We check prices daily to make sure we supply all our hearing aids at the most competitive prices.
After care service: UK Hearing will provide you with after care support for the life of the hearing aid.
Insurance: UK Hearing can offer insurance for loss or damage of your hearing aid outside of its warranty.
Range: UK Hearing supply hearing aids from all the world’s leading manufacturers.
Peace of mind: UK Hearing have over 25 years’ experience in hearing care and all of our audiologists are qualified and registered with the HCPC(health care professionals council).
Customer Contact: UK Hearing are open 7 days a week from 8am to 8pm and our telephones are manned by audiologists to enable us to give you the very best accurate professional advice.
Choosing Your Hearing Aid
Finding the right hearing aid can be a difficult choice.
With so many different models to choose from, different types and varying prices, making the right choice can be daunting.
UK Hearing aim to take the confusion out of choosing the correct hearing aid by providing you with the UK’s most comprehensive guide to hearing aids by the world’s leading manufacturers.
With our easy to use search functions you can filter your choices by price, rating and type.
To help you even further, we have also added where available links to independent reviews from well respected websites including Which.
With audiology specialists throughout the UK we will be able to put you in contact with an independent hearing expert.
Service & Aftercare
The Health and Care Professions Council is the statutory regulator of Hearing Healthcare Professionals in the United Kingdom. The Council reports its main purpose is to protect the public. It does this by setting and maintaining standards of proficiency and conduct for the professions it regulates. All our audiologists can be found on the HCPC register which is a legal requirement.
BSHAA is the professional body which represents and promotes the interests of the independent hearing aid profession mainly within Great Britain and Northern Ireland but globally too. Members are highly trained hearing care professionals who have extensive and unrivalled experience and knowledge of the hearing instruments that are available to help with hearing loss.
Nigel is a Fellow of the British Society of Audiologists and has over 25 years of Experience
Peter Qualified in 2011 as an Audiologist at Anglia Ruskin, Cambridge