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Audiology Services for your Patients

When you refer your patients to Melbourne Audiology Centre, you can expect that we will treat your patients with care and respect.  You can also expect to receive a detailed and timely report of assessment results and recommendations. We are here to complement your medical expertise by providing audiological services required by your patients. We offer personalised services and care in a comfortable no-pressure environment.


More patients than you think have trouble following a conversation during a consultation at your clinic.  Hearing loss is one of the most common chronic conditions doctors encounter and about 64% of your patients over 60 years of age will have a hearing loss, and about half of your patients with hearing loss will be of working age.

Hearing impairment is a hidden disability that may not be visible to patients or their physicians and is often linked to other chronic medical conditions such as dementia, diabetes and obesity. in addition, there is an increased risk of falling with hearing loss. References.  Therefore we would recommend that your patients with these conditions or anyone over the age of 50 should have their hearing tested. 

Please see tests and Services for a list of all our services and when to recommend your patients

Pensioners and Veterans

If your patient is a pensioner or Veteran, they may be eligible for services under the Australian Governments Hearing Services Program (formerly OHS) program. We are accredited to provide services under the Hearing Services Program. 

Chronic Disease Management (EPC)

All of our audiologists have Medicare provider numbers and can provide audiology services under Chronic Disease Management plans. We bulk bill patients referred under these plans for Audiology.

Aural rehabilitation

We offer a range of aural rehabilitation services and solutions for patients with a permanent hearing loss (i.e. sensorineural or conductive where there is no medical treatment).

Tinnitus Management

Tinnitus can be managed. Our audiologists provide a holistic approach to managing the complex needs of people suffering from tinnitus. Read more on therapies offered at Melbourne Audiology Centre.

Cerumen Removal

Melbourne Audiology Centre provides a professional cerumen removal service using gentle micro-suction techniques. Our Audiologists use a binocular microscope, which allows a clear view of the ear canal and its contents. Depending on each individual’s situation, the ear wax is removed using micro-suction or special ear wax removal tools or a combination of both. This is the gentlest and safest way to remove ear wax and other foreign bodies from the ear canal.


We are a contracted provider for providing hearing services under Worksafe Victoria.

Hearing loss and Auditory Deprivation

It is important to address hearing loss earlier rather than later because long-term untreated sensorineural (or permanent conductive) hearing loss leads to auditory deprivation; a weakening of the auditory neural system affecting the brain's ability to understand speech. Auditory deprivation can also occur with poorly fitted hearing aids that do not deliver adequate sound to the brain or with monaurally fitted hearing aids when there is a hearing loss in both ears.

What we offer

Assessments are conducted in soundproof testing facilities using fully calibrated equipment to ensure accurate assessments are carried out for your patients. Read more to see the services we offer...
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Your patients may be eligible for free services

Many Pensioners and Veterans are eligible for free services under the Australian Government's Hearing Services Program (HSP). Under this program, eligible clients are issued with a voucher for hearing services. Melbourne Audiology Centre is an approved service provider for this program.
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What is a CDM Plan?

People with a chronic medical condition may be able to get Medicare benefits to cover audiology services that help manage their condition. If you have a patient under a Chronic Disease Management (CDM) plan (a GP Management Plan and Team Care Arrangements) and require audiology services, all of our audiologists are accredited to provide audiology services under Medicare.

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Download a Referral Form

Download a print and complete GP Referral Form.

If you prefer, here is an editable GP referral form.

Referral Pad: Please contact us for a referral pad.

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Our References

Hearing loss is linked to other conditions such as Dementia, Diabetes, Obesity and risk of falling over.
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