Audiologists are health care professionals. Audiology services include newborn hearing screening, assessment, diagnostics, intervention, education and advocacy related to:

  • hearing disorders in infants, children and adults
  • amplification such as hearing aids and other assistive listening devices
  • tinnitus (noise or ringing in the ears)
  • auditory processing disorders (issues with how the brain processes sound)
  • hyperacusis and misophonia (sensitivities to particular sounds)
  • balance disorders including dizziness or vertigo caused by Ménières disease, ear infections and trauma to the skull

auditory boy listening headphonesServices are based out of the following sites:

  • Boundary Trails Health Centre in Morden/Winkler
  • Community Health Services Building in Steinbach (365 Reimer Avenue)
  • Portage District General Hospital

Registration and licensing occurs through the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Manitoba.

Services are accessed through a referral process.

For further information to access services call:

Bethesda Regional Health Centre

Boundary Trails Health Centre

Portage District General Hospital