Hearbase opens new Broadstairs High Street branch

Hearbase in Broadstairs

Hearing company Hearbase has opened a new branch in Broadstairs High Street.

The new clinic will offer private hearing services with all the latest technology, as well as wax removal (micro suction and water irrigation) and a drop-in service for NHS patients once each week.

Hearbase managing director Mark Scutchings said: “The opening of a five-day-a-week centre in Thanet means a big increase in the range of services that we will be able to offer, greater flexibility and more appointment availability.

“Our Thanet audiologist Sharon Harris has many years of clinical experience and having a new permanent base in Broadstairs gives her the opportunity to further develop our services for the people of Thanet.

‘We are continuing to expand our branches across Kent to make it easier for our customers to be seen at locations that are convenient to them.

“Our new Broadstairs office is the latest development in the expansion of our High Street and hospital-based services.

“I think it is important that independent local retailers do not abandon the High Street and I hope that the local community will support our efforts.”

The new Broadstairs branch is opposite the town’s railway station and many Thanet patients will know Hearbase from the Spencer Private Hospital on the Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother site in Margate.

Existing clinics at the QEQM will carry on as usual.

Ring 01843 808704 or email [email protected] to make an appointment.

The new branch address is 135 High Street, Broadstairs, Kent  CT10 1NG.

2 Comments

  1. Is this an advertorial?

    Hearbase, a company populated with staff trained by the NHS, ex NHS employees and now, as with the Dental service making you pay for your hearing needs.

    This is yet another example of the Health industry benefitting from the Tories running down the NHS.

    What a country.

  2. Whatever the Tories do or don’t do, it’s an option open to those that can afford it; many of those ex NHS employees you quote are overworked and burnt out. Why shouldn’t they ply their skills in an environment that is fair, commensurate with their worth and offer a better life balance?

    The NHS (in its current state) is, quite frankly, perilous to users in the 21st century. Not yet finished, though undead.

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