The SCIP would like to advise that it now offers the Oticon Medical Cochlear Implant system. This system is available for private patients; for funded patients the SCIP continues to use Cochlear Limited as its majority supplier. The Oticon Medical system is based on the Neurelec system. Neurelec SA is (was) a French company that…Details
A PDF copy of this News item can be downloaded. We would like to advise a change of location for some of our Christchurch Outpatient surgical clinics. When visiting our service in Christchurch you will be seen by one of our three surgeons; Phil Bird Melanie Souter Daran Murray Clinic appointments for Ministry of Health…Details
We’ve just mailed out a short survey for those recipients and families living in Southland and Otago. We’re looking at how we can improve access to our service for people in these regions and need your input to do this. The surveys are paper-based and quite short. We ask you what you find most important…Details
The Southern Hearing Charitable Trust (SHCT) has among its objects a desire to increase the attainability of cochlear implants for members of the general public who would benefit from the same, and to provide the opportunity for each individual to reach their full potential particularly in respect of their auditory-verbal skills. The SHCT has a…Details
If you’re one of our Otago or Southland recipients we’ll shortly be writing to you with details of meetings in your area to discuss visiting services. We provide visiting clinics in other regions and now would like to extend these to Otago and Southland.
The Southern Hearing Charitable Trust is holding its AGM on 25 October 2017 at its Milford Chambers rooms in Christchurch. Details on the meeting.