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Eastern Audiology is dedicated to improving the lives of children, adults and families by providing affordable hearing services of the highest quality.

Private - Self Funded

If you have private health insurance you may be eligible to received rebates directly from your health fund provider.  We recommend that you check your specific entitlements with your health fund before receiving services or purchasing hearing aids.

The following link is provided by Independent Audiologists Australia and lists all current health insurers and eligible rebates for hearing services.  Please use this information as a guideline only as all health funds rules and provisions are subject to frequent revision.

Contact your local Eastern Audiology clinic to book and appointment or to find out more information.

Workers Victoria Compensation

If you have experienced hearing loss as a result of a workplace related incident you may be eligible to receive compensation under the Worksafe authority.

Eastern Audiology is an accredited Worksafe Victoria contracted service provider and is eligible to provide hearing services and devices to candidates in accordance with the WorkSafe Hearing Services Fee Schedule and regulations.

Contact your local Eastern Audiology clinic to book and appointment or to find out more information.


The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) began its national rollout in 2016 across Australia and has a staged rollout across all Richmond shires.

The NDIS is a new way of providing support/funding to Australian citizens under the age of 65 with a permanent disability, including hearing loss.

This is a huge step forward for those in Australia with hearing loss. Up until now there have been no funds available for those with hearing loss who are older than 26 years and not on a pension. Support may include individual personal care, access to community services and therapies and essential equipment required.

Eastern Audiology is an accredited partner of the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) and is able to support those with hearing difficulties lead a better quality of life with the rehabilitation of their hearing.  Our advice is to apply early, given the lengthy processing time. Remember you will require a recent hearing test and report to support your application form.

Eastern Audiology is here to help.  Visit ndis.gov.au or call them on 1800 800 110 to request an access form or make an appointment to see any of our audiologists.

Australian Government – Hearing Services Program

Eastern Audiology is fully accredited to provide eligible patients with FREE/subsidised services under the Federal Governments Hearing Services Program (HSP). Eastern Audiology routinely fits more sophisticated technology than typically funded under the Program at no cost.

To be eligible you must meet one of the below criteria:

  • A Pensioner Concession Card Holder
  • Receiving Sickness Allowance from Centrelink
  • The holder of a Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) Gold Card issued for all conditions
  • The holder of a DVA White Card issued for specific conditions that include hearing loss
  • A dependent of a person in one of the above categories
  • A member of the Australian Defence Force or
  • Australian Government NDIS participant

If you are unsure, please contact your local clinic and our friendly staff will be able to assist and check your eligibility.

Tailored 'In-Clinic' Payment Plans

In order to ease the upfront cost of hearing devices purchases, Eastern Audiology offers in-clinic tailored payment plans for our patients. Typically 50% of the total costs is paid at the fitting appointment with the remaining 50% paid off in tailored instalments over a 6-12 month period.

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