Penelope: Delivering better hearing to NZ
At Triton Hearing we’ve become the first company in the world to offer Triton TeleAudiology in a Mobile Hearing Clinic – an innovation that connects audiologists with clients around New Zealand using a high-definition teleconferencing system.
Your hearing is as unique to you as your fingerprint. That’s why Triton Hearing is dedicated to finding the best solution for you, personally. Your journey to hearing is simple, and your Triton Hearing team is here to support you all the way. With over 60 clinics throughout New Zealand, there is a qualified audiology clinician not far from you who is ready to help you take care of your hearing health.
At Triton Hearing, we are passionate about what we do for our clients and also the wider community. We believe that access to expert hearing health care and the latest hearing solutions improves quality of life for our clients and their families. Through our national network of 70 clinics, our teams have the expertise and skills to make this happen.
At Triton Hearing, we are passionate about what we do for our clients and also the wider community. Combining expert skills and experience with access to the latest in hearing technology and exceptional customer service, our mission is to help as many people as possible rediscover the joy of hearing and reconnect with life. At Triton Hearing, you will be working with top hearing specialists and business professionals to provide the best possible outcome for each and every client. In return, you will be provided with ongoing support to develop your skills and opportunities to build a successful and rewarding career.
Why Triton Hearing?
Every experience of hearing loss is as unique as our fingerprint, and every person has individual lifestyle needs. This is why we offer such a wide selection of hearing solutions, rather than a one size fits all approach. Your audiologist will carefully analyze which models are suitable for your hearing loss, and which are most appropriate for your needs. Find out here what is involved:
Your Hearing Specialists
If you are experiencing hearing loss, it is important to get advice from a specialist you can trust. A good audiologist will offer you advice, assess your hearing, recommend a hearing aid, and adjust it to your personal requirements. This page offers valuable information on hearing issues, what you can expect on a first visit, what kind of help is available, and how the professionals are trained.
If you want to measure the state of your hearing and see if you have hearing loss, you should have your hearing tested by an audiologist. You'll then have a diagram, known as an audiogram, is created from the results. This is used to assess a person’s hearing ability. What does an audiogram look like? How is it created? How do you read it? You can find answers to the most frequently asked questions as well as more information below.