Help Your Child To Listen Well

Floor 3
Daily (7 days/week) - 07:00 - 20:00
66 (0) 2378-9000

We are aware of the importance of hearing problems, which is why the hospital has set up the Hearing Center to provide assessment, treatment and restoration to patients with hearing and speech impairment. About one in three of every 1,000 healthy babies have hearing impairment, while one in three of every 100 babies in high-risk groups are born with hearing loss. These babies are likely to face problems with speech and language development. These children start speaking later than usual, do not speak like kids at their current age level, do not speak clearly, have mental, emotional and social problems, which affects their learning and educational development.


This hearing loss has an effect on their communication, which impacts their school and social lives. Treating hearing impairment from birth or from a very young age and receiving correct diagnosis and appropriate care can help to solve many problems. For instance, a child who is deaf or suffering from hearing loss can be treated by using a hearing aid or a cochlear implant depending on the condition, and he or she can undergo speech therapy. Additionally, some hearing loss can be prevented. For example, those who are exposed to loud sounds in their work environment should wear earplugs or other protection.       

Our Services

  • Hearing screening and testing in newborn babies – school-age students by using Otoacoustic Emissions (OAE) and/or Automated Auditory Brainstem Response (A-ABR)
  • Hearing screening and testing in children ages six months – three years with Visual Reinforcement Audiometry (VRA)
  • Hearing screening and testing in children above the age of three years and adults with pure tone audiometry
  • Hearing screening and testing in children who do not cooperate in the testing (example: autistic children or children with mental and emotional  problems, by using Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) testing
  • Testing for different levels of hearing ability in children who do not cooperate in the testing with Auditory Steady State Response (ASSR)
  • Examining the function of inner ear using electrocochleaography
  • Examining the function of middle ear using tympanometry
  • Providing suitable hearing aids for children and adults
  • Cochlear implants
  • Follow up with patients using hearing aids to assist them in adjusting the hearing aid to suit the individual patient and providing care and solutions related to hearing aids
  • Training patients on how to listen and speak using a hearing aid
  • Hearing screening tests for factory workers
  • Using ABR on patients with neurological or balance disorders
  • Consultation on speech and hearing impairment
  • Surgery and treatment for auditory problems