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Covid-19 (Coronavirus)

In line with NHS GG&C’s Covid recovery plan, Audiology Services are now open to appointed patients. We will continue to support our existing hearing aid wearers by phone, email and by post. Please only attend in person if you have an appointment. If you are awaiting an appointment you will receive this in due course.

(last updated 26th June 2021)


Welcome to the NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde Audiology Service.

Our service includes a range of services for the assessment, treatment, and ongoing management of hearing and balance disorders. We provide services for adults across the Glasgow and Clyde health board area.

The term Audiology refers to the science of hearing.

A much broader definition of Audiology is the discipline involved in the prevention and identification of hearing impairment; which includes evaluation of hearing disorders, the selection and evaluation of hearing aids and the rehabilitation of individuals with hearing impairment.

Our team provides a comprehensive range of services; please note that not all sites provide all services:

To be referred to NHS Audiology you will need to:

Visit your GP practice and request that your GP sends us a referral, if appropriate.

If you already wear a hearing aid issued by NHSGGC you may be able to self-refer into the Service, so please contact your local Audiology Department.

Please ensure your ears are free from wax prior to attending any Audiology appointment

Last Updated: 26 May 2021