Broadmead Hearing Clinic is located at #107, 4430 Chatterton Way. The clinic is easy to access from the Pat Bay Highway (Highway 17) and there is plenty of parking. Click the Request an Appointment button on the upper right to request an appointment online or call us direct at 250.479.2969.
Hearing Clinic Hours
|Monday||8:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Tuesday||8:00 am - 7:00 pm - NEW!|
|Wednesday||8:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Thursday||8:00 am - 7:00 pm - NEW!|
|Friday||8:00 am - 5:00 pm|
Late appointments available upon request.
4430 Chatterton Way #107
Victoria, BC V8X 5J2
Phone: 250.479.2969 Fax: 250.479.2931
Our professional Audiologists care for the hearing health of clients from Broadmead and the Saanich Peninsula, Westshore, Langford, and up-Island to Shawnigan Lake and Mill Bay. Everyone is welcome!
- Diagnostic hearing assessments
- Hearing aid selection, programming and verification
- Tinnitus assessment & management
- Custom ear pieces for swimming, noise, sleeping and other uses
- Hearing accessories
- Central auditory processing (CAP) testing
- Earwax removal
Evaluating your hearing and balance
If you, or the people around you, have noticed changes in your hearing or balance then you may be ready to speak with an Audiologist. During your Hearing Evaluation, an Audiologist will ask questions about:
- Your hearing
- Tinnitus (a ringing or other sound in your ears), if you experience it
- History of noise exposure
- Family history
- General health
Along with a hearing test, the information you provide will help determine the health of your hearing.
If you are over the age of 50, or it has been more than 2 years since your last hearing test, we recommend seeing an Audiologist for a Hearing Evaluation.
Our team of professional Audiologists diagnose and treat hearing loss, tinnitus, and balance disorders. Audiologists have advanced training at the university level which makes them uniquely qualified in the prevention, identification and treatment of hearing loss.
Owner/Audiologist Dr. Erin Wright has a doctorate in clinical Audiology and 25 years of experience helping people hear and communicate better.
Hearing aids are micro-computers, worn in or behind the ear, that make it possible for a person with hearing loss to hear sound. Early treatment of hearing loss with hearing aids can bring missing sounds back into range. Some of the factors that an Audiologist will consider when recommending hearing aids:
- Your level of hearing loss
- Your lifestyle and what type of listening situations apply to you
- Your technology preferences. For example, do you want to connect your hearing aids wirelessly to your smartphone or television?
- Comfort based on the size and shape of your ear
- Price and quality
The Audiologists at Broadmead Hearing Clinic are trained in earwax removal. We will review the state of your ear canals, remove the wax, and create a management plan for ongoing treatment in the clinic or at-home.
Broadmead Hearing Clinic is independently owned. That means we can choose from any manufacturer to find the perfect hearing aids for you. To find out more about what’s new in hearing aids from the major manufacturers such as ReSound, Oticon, Phonak, Starkey, and Widex watch Dr. Erin Wright’s video.
The Broadmead Hearing Clinic, the consultation rooms, hearing testing booth, and washrooms are wheelchair accessible. There is a parking space reserved for people with mobility needs.
What a client says
I had "given up" on ever being able to hear well again. Seeing Dr. Erin Wright's ad in the local papers somehow encouraged me to make an appointment. This decision proved to be vital for my hearing needs. Erin was able to help tremendously.