Audiology and aural care expert, House of Hearing, has expanded its operations with an investment of over £1 million pounds since the start of the year, with a new clinic launched in Glasgow and the relocation of its clinic in Edinburgh, which has been on the current site for 50 years.
These moves have supported the growth of the House of Hearing team, which has recently taken on four more clinicians, with two more anticipated to join in the coming weeks.
House of Hearing’s clinic in Glasgow will also be the first in Scotland solely dedicated to providing specialist ENT, audiology and aural care services, in partnership with local ENT consultants, Clyde Consulting Rooms. These will be led by local ENT Consultant, Stuart Robertson and ENT Nurse Practitioner, Melanie Jackson who states, “This represents a unique proposition under one roof.”
House of Hearing has also invested in a state-of-the-art ENT treatment facility and audiology suite, making the Glasgow clinic one of the most well-equipped ENT facilities in the country.
This expansion has led to the creation of six jobs across a variety of roles since the start of the year, including a position for an ENT Aural Nurse practitioner.
Melanie Jackson, Clinical Lead and Head of Nursing at House of Hearing, said, “Following this period of investment, House of Hearing is focused on further supporting growth with the expansion of our team across our practices in Edinburgh and Glasgow.
“These roles will provide health professionals with the opportunity to join the most experienced team in the UK, as we continue to provide a high-quality service to our patients using cutting edge technology. It will also give successful applicants the chance to expand their scope of practice and learn from some of the best in the field.”
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