Telephone No: 05-6298400 ext. 8925
Audiology units provide quality hearing and rehabilitation services to hearing-impaired individuals in order to improve the quality of life of each patient.
- Provides continuous and quality Audiology services to outsiders and insiders.
- Each patient will be treated in a safe environment, using appropriate examination/intervention techniques.
- Information on patient medical records will be kept confidential and will only be disclosed with the patient's own consent.
- Each employee is encouraged to attend continuous medical education (CME) and continuous professional development program to improve their skills and competencies, as well as to enhance their work experience.
To improve the quality of life of hearing-impaired individuals through early intervention, counseling and educational programs to patients, family members, and communities.
- Conduct a hearing check, diagnosis, and provide effective and effective intervention to hearing-impaired individuals.
- Improve community awareness of hearing impairment and the intervention of hearing-impaired individuals.
- Identify the needs of the community by providing services that are free of bias, so as not to violate the sensitivities of any ethnic/ethnic.
The Audiology Services Scope covers:
- Conduct comprehensive Audiology diagnostic tests to assess the patient's hearing rate.
- Make a diagnosis of hearing problems, and determine appropriate recovery interventions/treatments in terms of medical references, (re) aural habilitation, communication strategy choices and appropriate learning methods.
- Conducting assessments, making recommendations and implementing appropriate installation and programming of hearing aids (ABPs) to patients who need them.
- Evaluate the suitability of hearing-impaired patients to undergo cochlear implants through appropriate tests, and refer patients to the cochlear implant team at the hospital/university involved.
- Running an early intervention program through a high-risk infants screening program.
- Establish periodic hearing/monitoring programs for workers exposed to noise and at risk of hearing loss
- Provide education and exposure to hearing-impaired individuals, family members and the community about hearing, hearing care, and early intervention of hearing problems in order to raise public awareness.