Children’s Hearing Service

The children’s hearing service is a nurse-led service for children and young people who have concerns with their hearing.

The team will test your hearing in a pleasant and friendly clinic to see if you have any hearing loss and what may be the cause of that loss.

They will discuss the results and offer you advice for future care. If you need specialist help, the hearing service will make sure you are helped by the right people.

Please see the following video that shows a typical visit to the service (press ‘f’ to play full-screen when the video is playing):

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What to expect at the Children’s Hearing Clinic

Where are we?

You may be seen at one
of these clinics: St Annes Primary Care Centre,
Durham Avenue,
Lytham St Annes,
Lancashire, FY8 2EP.Whitegate Drive Health Centre,
150 Whitegate Drive,
Lancashire, FY3 9ES.

Cleveleys Health Centre,
Kelso Avenue,
Thornton Cleveleys, FY5 3LF.

Fleetwood Hospital
Pharos Street
Fleetwood, FY7 6BE.


Getting Help

If a child, parent or carer
have concerns there may
be a hearing loss, an
appointment can be
requested through a
healthcare professional
such as a doctor,
health visitor,
school nurse or
speech and language

Monday to Thursday-
8:30am – 3:30pmFriday-
8:30am – 12:30pm
Contact Us

01253 951592

Extra Help


All clinic locations are accessible with an accessible toilet. If you need help with British Sign Language or translation, the team can arrange help through a translator or note taker.