Our People

The Tasmanian Centre for Hearing is one of the longest established independent private Audiology practices in Australia. 

Our senior Audiologist, Susan Grenness  has been providing hearing services to the Tasmanian community for over 30 years. 

The Tasmanian Centre for Hearing is staffed by Audiologists, Audiometrists, Industrial Screeners, Safety Officer, reception and support staff.

Our talented staff have a wide range of experience in all aspects of hearing care.

Audiologists are tertiary trained university graduates with a Masters of Audiology. An Audiologist has to obtain an undergraduate degree first before being eligible to apply for the Masters training program. Upon completion of the Masters a further intern year is required before completion of training.  It is a minimum of 6 years to complete the training to be an Audiologist.

We have been supporting the Office of Hearing Services scheme since its inception in 1992

Hearing Solutions


The Clinic is closed over the Easter week due to renovations. The clinic will re-open on MONDAY 29t..

Links found between hearing loss, memory and dementia

A recent conference in Sydney by leading experts reported a link between hearing loss, memory and th..

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