Refer your patients to Lions Hearing Clinic
Thank you for making your patients hearing care a priority and choosing Lions Hearing Clinic – your trusted hearing provider in Western Australia.
GPs are crucial to detecting hearing loss, with people more likely to seek help from their GP than from a hearing clinic.
Refer your patient to Lions for complete hearing services, including hearing assessments, complex cases, tinnitus & cochlear implants.
With appointments to suit your patient, we take the time to understand your patient’s current hearing requirements, and our recommendations are backed by research and catered to their current needs. We are commission-free and offer a complete range of hearing devices from leading manufacturers.
All Pensioners and DVA clients receive fully subsidised hearing tests under the Hearing Service Program.
Hearing Services | Patient Referral Form
Medicare rebates are now available for patients referred for a full hearing assessment by their GP.
Please note that your patient’s referral must state that a full hearing assessment is required.
A full hearing assessment includes:
Item 82315 | Air and Bone Conduction audiogram and speech audiometry
Item 83234 | Impedance Audiogram (Tympanometry)
Help your patients on their hearing journey
Some patients may not know if they need a hearing check or be anxious about what’s involved, find out what happens at a Lions Hearing Clinic Hearing assessment.
However, hearing is important!
Hearing loss is highly prevalent and can significantly impact our social, emotional, and physical health. We recommended a hearing check every year.
Who needs a hearing test?
- +55 years
- Dizziness, tinnitus
- History of noise exposure
- Anyone exhibiting signs of hearing loss
Signs of hearing loss
- Constant requests for repeats
- Complaints that other people are mumbling
- Reduced social activity and withdrawal
- Domination of conversation
- Confusion and miscommunication
- Unexplained sadness and depression
- Needing the TV volume louder than your family
Does your patient wear hearing aids?
Hearing aids help many people, but as your hearing loss progresses, a cochlear implant may give you the clarity and volume you need to understand speech again. Cochlear implants are life-changing devices that can help you hear sounds you no longer hear with your hearing aids, restoring your confidence and connecting you to loved ones.