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Recent Audiology Reviews in Melbourne

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    March, 2016. I bought a hearing aid for one ear only at Costco. They have a fantastic warranty, good preliminary testing, and great people who know their business. The one thing I like about Costco is that they are paid by salary and not by their sales quotas. They are free to give unbiased information about their products without pressure to sell a specific item. My hearing aid is, so far, working very well and worth the money ($900) I spent for it. Other providers were in the neighborhood of $2500 per unit with a very limited warranty. Additionally, the cost for batteries can be expensive... Costco's cost is rock bottom minimal for very good batteries. I'll positively buy from them again. ps: no tax on hearing aids !!
    - John D.
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    Sound Hearing Care, LLC.
    My Westone in-ear monitors arrived on time and worked as advertised. I was given a hearing test which was used in the set-up of new widex hearing aids. I was given full and complete service and instruction in the use and care of the widex product. At my first follow-up visit (6 mos) I was able to report no problems with the widex hearing aids and the package of services is working as promised.
    - Paul H.
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    Edward Holland MD
    .He is one of the best eye doctors in the country and is an expert in the field. He did a wonderful job and his bedside manner was very good because he was very reassuring.
    - PAUL S.
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    Coors, Dr. Raymond B.
    He cleaned out my ears and found out it was wax. It is easy to get in as I called the day before and I only had to wait 15-20 minutes. They are in a convenient location. I am pleased with the results. It is much better, now.
    - Sari M.
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    Head & Neck Surgery Associates
    They have multiple offices. It is a normal medical facility, nothing extravagant, but it's nice. It was fine, they do well by me. There were no problems.
    - Richard H.
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    Group Health Associates
    It was fine. They guarantee them, she had to go back several times and have them adjusted. It was never a problem. It's probably getting close to its end of a lifetime because I know they don't last very long.
    - JUSTIN G.
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    Mariemont Hearing
    She's got an assistant. You can always get in to see her. She's very responsive. It's hard to tell, mine was covered by insurance which is unusual but I think they were on a high priced side.
    - Gail R.
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    Donnellon, Dr. Amy E.
    She checked my hearing and we talked about different hearing aids available. I had an impression made of my ear for my custom hearing aid. I have been back twice for follow up appointments. Overall everything went very well. She is patient with questions, explains everything, and is very knowledgeable. I am very satisfied and my hearing has definitely improved. The office is very clean, too.
    - JEAN M.
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    Goldman, Dr. Thomas M.
    The audiologist had to clean out the wax build-up from her ears.  She has real little baby canals so they have to occasionally take out the ear wax.  The canals are really really tiny and they have to go down in there and work at it.  I don't know about Dr. Goldman, but I know my mom likes him a lot.  He basically gives her ear tests.  They put you in a room and adjust the volume to see where you hear and where you don't hear.  He has always been no trouble fitting mom in and working with her if there are any problems with her hearing.  He is very good.  We haven't had any problems with his availability.  We don't have to get in touch with him that often, just if there is a problem that pops up with the hearing aid but we really haven't had any problems.  He is in the hospital and they have moved him to a little cubby-hole area in the hospital.  It's not really an office as such.  He basically sits out in the hallway and then he calls you into the office which he shares.  Some of the college students come and he works with them and helps them out.  There is just about enough room in that office for the two of them plus the patient.  I usually wait in the hall until he calls me in to tell me exactly what's going on.  There is no office as such, but you would consider that an office.  It's probably not what people would consider an office.  His punctuality is good.  Staff friendliness is good.  His bedside manner is good.  His doctor-patient communication is good.  The effectiveness of his treatment is very good.  He used to bill himself.  We would get a bill from his office.  Another hospital has taken over in the past year and when mom went to pay him, he told her she would get a bill from someplace else.  I don't know whether it is the hospital he works directly from the hospital or if it is an agency.  Mom hasn't gotten a bill yet that I know of, unless she has gotten it and mailed it back to them and hasn't said anything to me, but I don't think she has gotten one yet.
    - MARY B.
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    Goldman, Dr. Thomas M.
    His staff has been very nice. He's been involved in the family for years. He's honest and reputable.
    - S Marvin W.
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