NZ Independent Audiologists- NZiAud
The NZ Independent Audiologist group (NZiAud) was formed in 2010. We believe that small clinics, run by people who have a stake in the way you are treated, and who take personal responsibility for the clinical services on offer, will always give New Zealanders the value that they look for in an audiology provider.
Clinics within the NZ Independent Audiologist group are generally small, local, and owned by the clinician who also operates it. This means that each clinic, while run under the rules of NZ Audiological Society membership, is as individual and flexible as you could want. We don’t have to please overseas shareholders; we aim to satisfy our customers, and give them the best value for money. We pride ourselves on a personal approach, forming long-term relationships with many of the people who come to us for help.
Our clinics are staffed by university trained audiologists who are members of the New Zealand Audiology Society (NZAS). This means you can be sure your hearing care is delivered to the highest professional and ethical standards. All NZiAud clinic staff adhere to the NZAS Code of Ethics. NZAS members are highly educated diagnostic and rehabilitative professionals who can offer a wide range of knowledge and advice, as well as being accredited to apply for the full range of third party funding.
By obtaining your hearing help from an NZiAud clinic you are assured of a hearing solution from a locally owned business who only sells hearing aids that are supplied and serviced by locally based hearing aid suppliers for the best support. NZiAud audiologists have access to the full range of hearing aids and hearing solutions available on the NZ market.
It is important that we get it right for you.
“I want to be able to live my life with out second guessing what people are saying. Now I can.” John from Wellington
“Very professional. Nice to meet an audiologist who listened to me and understood what I needed – and was able to provide it!” Jo from New Plymouth.
“I felt I was given a good choice, and, importantly to me, I wasn’t rushed into making a decision.” Bruce from Carterton
“ I was delighted to be told that I didn’t need a hearing aid!” Barbara from Karori
Visit an NZiAud clinic for honest, professional independent advice.