Changes to our services
Owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, and preparations which we as a set of hospitals are undertaking at this time, we are taking steps to ensure patient and staff safety before attending the department for a face-to-face appointment.
We have now resumed all of our services. We ask that you contact us by telephone or email should you wish to be booked in for a face-to-face appointment.
If you cannot attend due to symptoms of COVID-19, we will ask you to contact us after 14 days at least and when you are symptom free.
We ask that you attend alone where possible. If not, you may bring a maximum of one person with you. We also ask that you arrive as close to your appointment time as possible in order to minimise the number of people in the department.
You must be wearing a mask at all times. If you do not wear a mask your Audiologist reserves the right to refuse to see you.
Batteries can still be collected from the following locations:
- Trafford General Hospital (main entrance)
- Altrincham Hospital (main entrance)
- Chapel Road clinic
- Timperley Health Centre
- Partington Health Centre
- Delamere Health Centre
Tel: 0161 746 2304 (adults)
0161 746 2911 (children)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (adults)
Thank you for your patience and support during this time. We look forward to seeing you again.
The Audiology team
Appointments for new patients hearing assessment is via referral from GP, ENT consultants or other medical professionals. Any existing Trafford NHS hearing aid users can also self-refer for hearing reassessment to the service. Patients fitted with hearing aids from other hospitals may need to be referred via their GP.
Appointments for existing patients or for general advice can be made by calling the department on 0161 746 2304.
Our clinics are run at:
- Trafford General Hospital, Davyhulme
- Altrincham Hospital, Altrincham
- Chapel Road Clinic, Sale
All of clinics are by appointment only, so please arrange an appointment before attending.
We also offer a home visit service for the housebound at the discretion of the patient’s GP.
Hearing aid batteries are available to collect in person from Trafford General Hospital, Altrincham General Hospital, Chapel Road Clinic and Partington Health Centre.
Clinics run from 8am – 6pm on various days of the week. All clinics are by appointment only.
Trafford General Hospital
Phone: 0161 746 2304
Fax / Minicom: 0161 746 2450 (available Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm)
TypeTalk: 18001 0161 746 2304
Verbal and BSL Interpreters are available
Head of Audiology: Dr Greg Nassar, Principal Clinical Scientist
Deputy Head of Audiology: Mr Mike Philbin
Clinical Lead: Mrs Agnes Pagan
Senior Audiologist: Ms Marion Pollock
Audiologist: Ms Anita Singh
Audiologist: Rumannah Chothia
Audiologist: Shona Fairclough
Audiologist: Sabah Hussain
Audiologist: Ammarah Moheed
Assistant Audiologist: Mrs Lynn Gover
Admin and clerical: Mrs Lynne Whyte
Admin and Clerical: Michelle King-Barker
All aspects of Adult Audiology are dealt with, including hearing aid assessment, paediatric hearing problems and also more complex work for patients suffering with common balance problems or tinnitus. We offer a complex objective diagnostic service for patients who are difficult to test and adults with learning difficulties.
Being part of Central Manchester Foundation Trust, the audiology department has excellent links with both Manchester Royal Infirmary and the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital ensuring that all patients have access to specialist interventions wherever necessary.
Awards / Recognitions:
Our Head of Department Dr Greg Nassar was recently awarded the accolade of “UK Audiologist of the Year 2014” for his dedication to our paediatric hearing aid users.