We Can Fit You With Free NHS Hearing Aids

Free NHS hearing aids

Hearing loss makes it harder to socialise

NHS hearing aid waiting lists are now much shorter. We can fit you with a FREE digital behind-the-ear hearing aid within eight weeks of being referred to us by your doctor.

If you are struggling to hear properly it makes no sense now to delay getting help.

Hearbase Ltd is working in partnership with the NHS in Kent and South East London to reduce waiting lists for hearing aids.

Free NHS hearing aids

We have fitted thousands of people with FREE NHS digital hearing aids in the past few years. Ask your doctor for a referral to Hearbase if you live in South East Kent, Bexley or Bromley.

We accept referrals by fax, letter or electronically via email to hearing@nhs.net or by NHS Choose and Book.

If you choose Hearbase Ltd you may not have to visit a hospital. Hearbase Ltd is Kent’s largest independent hearing company and has clinics in high street locations. Find your nearest Hearbase NHS clinic.

You will find lots of information about our NHS services by clicking the links on the left-hand menus. You you can also download a printable guide. If you want to find out more about the company or find out about our private services, use the tabs at the top of the page.

Hearbase – The Company

We have been working in audiology in Kent for more than 25 years. Since 2007 we have delivered NHS services, initially in South East Kent and more recently in Bexley and Bromley.

Free NHS hearing aids from Hearbase

Mark Scutchings

We take pride in applying the latest technology to the problems of hearing loss. We strive to ensure that all our patients are treated with courtesy, sympathy and consideration at all times.

Our well trained and experienced team treats hearing loss with the seriousness it deserves.

“Since September 2007 Hearbase has fitted thousands of NHS patients with FREE NHS digital hearing aids,” says Mark Scutchings, Hearbase managing director

For more information contact Hearbase on 01303 256995 or talk to your doctor