Independent local hearing centre
Easy to book appointments
It's been a dream come true to move to New Zealand, life really did begin at 40! Now it’s a further dream come true to form HEARO, in Te Awamutu, my home town, where we have a created a clinic with an individual, boutique, friendly feel, at 197 Alexandra Street.
With the latest state of the art sound proofing and equipment, we perform extremely accurate Hearing Assessments and are accredited by ACC to carry out work for ACC tests and applications. We also have ideal clinic rooms in Anglesea Pharmacy, Hamilton, and also in Unichem Pharmacy in Morrinsville.
It was absolutely crucial to us that HEARO in Te Awamutu was fully independent. We are not owned or funded by any hearing aid manufacturer, and have no agenda. Being fully independent, we are fully able to prescribe hearing aids of any make and design.
I would say that cost is absolutely vital, and we do our very best to offer very cost-effective solutions. I would highly recommend comparing our prices. Even a very simple hearing aid can be better than no hearing aid.
We look forward to welcoming you to our clinic.
-Martin Stratton, Owner
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“I've been in the farming/shearing industries and loud noise has been standard in my work. As deafness is gradual, you don't seem to notice until you're talking in a conversation & really can't hear - especially if there's other background noise, until one day I was working for Martin & he offered to test my hearing. Being a little reluctant, I wasn't going to be bothered, but decided why not. Martin put me through the tests, picking up what was needed & fitted/set me up with hearing aids which you don't notice you're wearing except for you can hear really good again.. definitely makes you realise how poor my hearing had become.
I would recommend Martin at Total Hearing Waikato for his professional approach/service plus the quality, set up/tuning of the hearing devices. After-sales service is great & on going so it's not like you get sold something & forgotten about. I feel so confident wearing hearing aids as they are discreet.. so thank you Total Hearing Waikato.”
— Tony Knight
Deafness is an ‘invisible’ disability. As a result, many deaf and hearing impaired people often experience feelings of isolation, loneliness and frustration.
Apart from alerting the person to sounds, hearing dogs offer great companionship, security, greater independence, reduced stress, and social interaction.
HEARO is a very proud sponsor of Hearing Dogs for Deaf People NZ - and their team is even more excited to bring treats for the dogs and the team!