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Croydon Hearing Resource Centre (CHRC)

Croydon Hearing Resource Centre (CHRC) logo

Provides:
• Re-tubing – every 4 to 6 months and sooner if required
• Providing batteries – free to NHS aid wearers
• Hearing aid check
• Ears checks for wax
• Assistive Equipment in the home
• Hearing Screening Tests
• Counselling new and inexperience hearing aid users
• Social Support Groups
• Open surgeries across the Borough of Croydon (Dates, times   and venues are listed on our website)
• 1 in NHS Medical Centres
• 7 in Community Centres
• Home visits for the house-bound
• Care Homes Service

Address:
5 Floor, 22 Park House, 22 ParK Street, Croydon, CR0 1YE
Telephone:
020 8686 0049
Related website:
http://bit.ly/2wlyXos
Opening times:
Mon - Fri 10am to 3pm
Who is it for:
All people who have or think may have a hearing loss or impairment. Primarily for the residents of Croydon but we will give advice and information to residents in surrounding boroughs.
Disabled access:
Ground Floor with wheelchair access
Charges:
The majority of our services are free.
How to apply:
Contact direct
Buses:
60, 119, 166, 197, 405, 407, 412, 455, 466 and 468 to the Croydon Flyover.
Train/tube:
George Street Tram stop
Parking:
Parking in Central Croydon car parks. Recomend the use of public transport if possible.
Sector:
Voluntary

Related Information

Service Definitions

People with partial hearing or who have lost their hearing completely can be helped by the NHS.A list of all of the services available can be accessed by looking further.