Welcome to The Rotherham Ear Care & Audiology website
Following the easing of lockdown restrictions, and observing strict guidelines, we are once again able to welcome you to our clinics at the Community Health Centre.
If your problem is that your ears are full of wax, please refer to your own GP.
If your ear problem is more serious, please telephone for an appointment on 01709 423207. If your call is not answered, please leave your name, address, date of birth, telephone number and brief details of what is wrong on the answerphone, which will record your message. Someone will ring you back.
If your problem concerns your hearing, please telephone for an appointment on 01709 423145. The answerphone will record your message so please don't forget to leave your details and an idea of what is wrong.
Hearing aid batteries and tubing are available by post only. Please ring 01709 423145. Again, please leave your name, address, date of birth, telephone number and brief details of what you need and it will be posted to you. We cannot supply batteries and tubing at
Rotherham Community Health Centre (RCHC) so,
PLEASE do not attend RCHC to
collect these items.
We will ensure that these are sent out to you.
If you prefer to contact us by email,
our email address is: email@example.com
Please check here for news of Action on Hearing Loss Hear to Help repair clinics which will be posted shortly.
If you are finding it difficult to change your hearing aid tubing and would like a little help please click below to see an excellent video which one of our Audiologists has made
For lots more information and helpful interactive videos please click on the link below
Stay Safe. Stay at home!
We have issued a statement regarding how we plan to move forward clinically. Please see the Health Professionals News Page
We shall restart our Training programme in the Autumn, with the Ear Irrigation & Instrumentation Course for Support Workers and their mentors on September 30th & 31st 2020.
Further details of this and our other courses will be published as soon as they are finalised. We shall be incorporating technology into our future training, with the taught sections being via one of the interactive platforms: Zoom, Microsoft Teams etc. The practical sessions will be presented differently, certainly in the short-term. Further details will be available during the coming months - please go to our training pages.
If you have already booked on a course or if you would like a to book a place on any of our forthcoming courses please contact us in the ususal ways:
Phone: 01709 423140
Regretfully we took the decision to postpone the Tinnitus Conference due to take place on June 15th 2020
We are happy to tell you that we have re-booked the venue for the 22nd February 2021. The programme is the same and we hope that you will be able to join us then.
Despite the lock-down we continue to take bookings for this and all our training
Tinnitus Conference Programme
Tinnitus Conference Application
There is an interactive application form on the Training page where all the details of the Conference can also be found.
I think you'll agree that during this stressful period in our lives, the management of tinnitus is even more relevant,
Take a look at the Patients'
pages. You'll see lots of references to c2hearonline.
It's a wonderful resource for
patients: lots of helpful information and interactive videos about
hearing and hearing aids.
If you have patients who are
struggling with their aids or simply want to know more about their hearing,
direct them to our website and the link.