The Hearing Care Partnership (THCP) is delighted to announce that we are now working with Paul Harries Opticians in Carmarthen, West Wales. Their practice will be offering a full complement of hearing services, including free hearing tests, ear wax removal, free tinnitus consultations, hearing protection and the very latest in digital hearing aids.
Paul Harries Opticians is a family-owned optometry practice that was established in the historical town of Carmarthen, claimed to be the oldest town in Wales, in 1992. For almost three decades, the team have been dedicated to delivering the highest quality eye care to their community. With the help of THCP, they’re now expanding that dedication to hearing services as well, to provide complete care to their patients’ vision and hearing to help them live life more fully.
A key embodiment of Paul Harries Opticians’ commitment to high quality eye care is their constant investment in the very latest clinical technology. The practice offers a complete range of eye examinations to suit all requirements, from an NHS sight test to an in-depth OCT scan. Alongside these, there is a wide range of the latest contact lenses, including orthokeratology, or Ortho-K, lenses.
The Paul Harries team are always keen to make sure that their expert technology is always supported by expert knowledge, so they are highly committed to ongoing staff training for both their clinical and front-of-house staff. Their qualified dispensing opticians will make sure that, after your comprehensive eye examination, you will find your perfect combination of frames and lenses from Paul Harries’ broad selection of the latest styles.
The team at Paul Harries Opticians will be joined by The Hearing Care Partnership’s experienced audiologist, Cathryn Brett. Cathryn is passionate about delivering the best possible solutions for her patients:
“Working at The Hearing Care Partnership means I have the time to spend with each patient, not only enabling me to carry out thorough clinical testing but also to match the most suitable state-of-the-art hearing aids in line with lifestyle and personal preferences. It doesn’t stop there – I believe that ongoing care and support is essential to ensure that each patient has a personal and tailor-made aftercare service, which will continue to improve their quality of life.
“I’m very committed to raising awareness of the impact of hearing loss and have a special interest in links between untreated hearing loss and an increase in the risk of falls and developing dementia.”
If you’d like to book an appointment with The Hearing Care Partnership in Carmarthen, you can book online or call the practice directly on 01267 668 396. Alternatively, for more information on THCP’s locations and services, call us on 0800 52 00 546 or visit www.thcp.co.uk.