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Hearing/Audiology
Audiology is the study of hearing and hearing-related disorders. Our aim is to improve the quality of life for each person and family by enhancing the ability to hear, understand, and communicate. Our audiologists hold master's degrees and are registered members of the Manitoba Speech and Hearing Association.
 
The audiology department provides state-of-the-art hearing testing procedures for all ages. We also provide specialized assessments such as:

OtoAcoustic Emissions (OAEs) are sounds generated from within the inner ear. OAE testing is simple and non-invasive for newborn babies and children who are too young to cooperate in conventional hearing tests.
 
Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) testing is a test that evaluates how well sounds travel along the hearing nerve pathways from the ear to the brainstem. The test is performed with the infant or child asleep and shows the softest sounds the infant/child can detect at various pitches.
Hearing aid evaluations are available for all children up to 18 years old.
 
Contact us
  • Selkirk & District General Hospital
    100 Easton Drive Selkirk MB R1A 2M2
    Ph: (204) 785-7403
    Fax: (204)785-9113
  • Beausejour Primary Health Care Centre
    Box 550 151 1st Street South Beausejour MB R0E 0C0
    Ph: (204) 268-7465 
    Fax: (204) 268-2153

How to make a referral
Referrals are accepted from all sources, including health professionals, school and individuals.

Audiology referral form
Weatern (Interlake) part of the region - fax form to (204) 785-9113. 
Eastern (east of Lake Winnipeg) part of the region - fax form to (204) 268-2153.

Once the referral is received, the department will contact the patient or family either by phone or in writing to set up an appointment.

Days of Service
Both sites are open five days a week, except public holidays.
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