This is the place where Emily will be posting about the very latest in audiology advances as well as letting you in on her vision for the future of The Hearing Suite and a bit about herself too.
For many of us, music isn’t just a form of entertainment, it’s a part of life. It can create an energy, it can lift your mood, it can be a form of escapism. It’s a beautiful art form, and even a universal language. It’s a big part of our social scene, and can be a real connector of people.
At The Hearing Suite, we use micro suction to remove excess wax build up, which is essentially a tiny hoover. There’s no need for water, and it’s a really simple process that is done right here in the Suite. But when should you be getting booked in for a wax removal?
It’s World Hearing Day, and we really wanted to explore the question of hospitality in healthcare. Why would an audiology centre or a hearing clinic care about interior design? How do we make sure that everyone who walks through the door feels comfortable, and why The Hearing Suite anyway?
Opening The Hearing Suite has been a dream of mine for several years now. I have seen and worked with (or within) Audiology practices in the NHS, national chains and family businesses. I felt like they all had their strengths, but I wanted to create the kind of practice that offered the care that I would want for myself or my own family.