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Temporary changes are being made to how we provide our Audiology services in response to the Coronavirus outbreak. For information and updates visit our restarting services page (opens in new tab) and view clinic and service changes.

We carry out various tests to find out whether you can hear within the normal range. If you cannot hear within normal range, as audiologists we can find out which areas of hearing (high, middle, or low frequencies) are affected and to what degree.

We work with people of all ages and backgrounds including the very young. If an we find out that you have a hearing loss, or something wrong with your balance, we can recommend different options to you as to what is available, such as a digital hearing aid or a referral to an Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) consultant.

We provide audiology services at Bronglais, Glangwili, Prince Philip, and Withybush General Hospitals as well as many different various health care centres.


Useful links

Danalogic - patient portal (opens in new tab)

Danalogic - patient support ambio smart (opens in new tab)

C2 hear online (opens in new tab)


What to do if you think you need to see an audiologist

If you think you have difficulty hearing or a concern about your hearing or balance, the first thing you must do is visit your GP to discuss this. You and your GP can then decide if a referral to ENT or audiology is needed.

If you already use a hearing aid that was supplied by the audiology department, then you can get in touch with us directly and we can discuss what is best for you. Details of who to contact are given below.

Hearing aids