Horsham Hearing Centre

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Our Horsham clinic is located in a beautiful 550 year old cottage in Bishopric. We are next door to KFC and just a short walk from the new John Lewis and Waitrose, where there is convenient parking. We have 2 audiologists that consult in Horsham; Patricia, and Sophie.

Contact Us

Tel: 01403 218863

Email: admin@hearingcarecentres.co.uk

Opening Times

Our opening hours are 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday for clinic appointments.

Horsham Hearing Care Centre

Our Services

You can book appointments for Microsuction Wax removal, hearing tests, tinnitus assessments, impressions for customised ear protection, music in-ear-monitors, shooting plugs sleep plugs, hearing aid fittings, second opinion and audiological counselling. We are the only local hearing care centre that uses microscopes and tiny video-otoscopy cameras for all consultations.

Getting To Us

Our street address is: 20-22 Bishopric, Horsham, RH12 1QN.

South East Hearing Care Centres clinic and head office in Horsham has ample nearby parking options such as, on Street Pay & Display Parking Bays on the road outside our clinic. A major Bus Stop opposite, with routes serviced by the 68, 63, 98 and Metro Bus

John Lewis & Waitrose Pay & Display Parking less than a 5 minute walk from our Clinic.

Situated in a beautiful 550year old building, which used to be part of King & Barnes brewery, next door To KFC.

There are a few Town Centre Car Parks to choose from in Swan Walk, Piries Place & Blackhorse Way.

The first historical record of Horsham is from AD 947. The name may mean either “horse home” or “Horsa’s home” after a Saxon warrior who was granted land in the area.

The town has historically been known for horse-trading in early medieval times, iron and brick making up until the 20th century, and brewing more recently.

Sophie Patterson

Audiologist

I joined the Horsham branch in November 2022 after having worked within the NHS for over 10 years. Due to being a CODA (child of Deaf adults) and my interest for science and technology, Audiology was a natural career choice for me. I enjoy having the time to get to know the people I see, and will always endeavour to find the best solution to meet their hearing needs.

On Saturday mornings you will often find me at a parkrun event either walking, running or volunteering. When I’m not at parkrun, out for a walk or attending my Olympic Lifting classes, I enjoy sitting quietly either crafting or reading a good book.