Helping people hear better

Our clinics are open and our professional Audiologists are looking forward to helping you hear better.

We have protocols in place that prioritize health and safety while providing personalized service. Read our COVID-19 Operational Plan.

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New technology


This year we're featuring the new Resound ONE™ which just launched a month ago. Its revolutionary 3rd in-ear microphone uses the unique shape of your ear to collect sounds around you naturally. 

You're invited!

Oak Bay: Monday, Nov. 2ND & Wednesday, Nov. 4TH

Broadmead: Tuesday, Nov. 3RD & Thursday, Nov. 5TH

  • FREE hearing evaluation with a professional Audiologist
  • Then try the ReSound ONE for 6 weeks for FREE.

LIMITED SPACES. Call today, or request an appointment online, to reserve your spot!

ReSound ONE hearing aids on a table


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At Broadmead Hearing Clinic and Oak Bay Hearing Clinic, we are here to listen to you and your hearing needs, and we can provide the best, most up-to-date hearing solutions to fit your lifestyle.

With clinical expertise as its foundation, the Oak Bay and Broadmead Hearing Clinics aim to set the standard for auditory care in Victoria. Embracing advanced technology and innovation, we seek to improve the quality of life for each of our patients through individually tailored solutions.

Whether you have a long-term hearing loss or if you are just noticing a lack of “clarity” with speech, we are here to help.

Dr. Erin Wright is one of the few Audiologists who have earned their clinical doctorate in the field of Audiology.  Her passion for learning about the ear and hearing has given her the expertise to serve your hearing health care needs.  With 18 years experience, Dr. Wright is very knowledgeable about the latest advances in hearing instrument technology.

We look forward to improving your hearing!

Don't just take our word for it...


"My hearing aids are fantastic! Most musicians lose the "top end" of their hearing spectrum and I am no exception.  We don't notice it when we speak because it's common that rock musicians speak louder to each other because of this loss.  However, conversations with others become problematic.

My hearing instruments are great for normal conversations, meetings and especially when finalizing sound mixes to make sure I haven't boosted the "top end" of the music to intolerable decibels for normal ears. They are also undetectable when being worn which is an important cosmetic feature.

Thanks to Dr. Erin Wright at Oak Bay Hearing Clinic in Victoria for her efforts in helping with my hearing loss. The world has become a different place and I didn't realize how many wonderful sounds I was missing until I got my aids.”

Randy Bachman