The Hearing Clinic provides high quality, compassionate and personalized hearing care to help you get the most from your hearing. Hearing is an integral part of connecting with the world, and the clinic’s founder, Bridgitte Harley, is passionate about helping people to value and care for their hearing.
The Hearing Clinic ensures a personal experience: taking the time to get to know you and your lifestyle and understand your hearing problems. We pride ourselves on delivering exceptional aftercare and ongoing hearing health. We work with people of all ages, from young children to older adults, supporting them in making the most of their hearing in the long term.
At The Hearing Clinic we’re committed to providing a wide choice of hearing technology and ensuring hearing aids are properly fitted and programmed to your unique needs. We also offer a range of other services, including the diagnosis, treatment, and management of:
Through targeted treatment we’ll show you how to manage the symptoms of tinnitus, stimulate your auditory system, and restore hearing loss.
We provide a range of hearing protection products to reduce the risk of hearing damage while enabling you to continue taking part in the work and leisure activities you enjoy.
The Hearing Clinic has rooms across Hertfordshire to better serve the community. Come and see us at Radlett Opticians, at The Hertfordshire Clinic in St Albans, and Shepherd and Akay in Hitchin
About Bridgitte Harley
Bridgitte studied Audiology and Speech Pathology at Tygerberg, the medical campus of Stellenbosch University in South Africa. After moving to the UK in 1999, she began working as a senior audiologist for the NHS, fitting adult hearing aids and supporting Ear, Nose, and Throat specialists.
During the course of her career, Bridgitte has amassed a wealth of knowledge and experience in diverse aspects of audiology including an in-depth understanding of digital hearing aids. Her career has included working for a hearing aid manufacturer teaching NHS audiologists about digital signal processing and programming of hearing aids, serving as a clinical lead in Children’s Hearing Services at the NHS, lecturing at The Ear Institute at UCL, and founding The Hearing Clinic. Bridgitte was runner up in the UK Audiologist of the Year awards in 2014, 2015 and 2016 and was awarded “Excellence in Tinnitus Treatments – UK” in the Healthcare and Pharmaceutical awards 2016.