49 Boulcott St, Wellington, New Zealand

Clinic Details

Phone:

0800 100 833

Business Hours:

Mon: 8:30 am –5 pm
Tues: 8:30 am – 5 pm
Wed: 8:30 am – 5 pm
Thurs: 8:30 am – 5 pm
Fri: 8:30 am – 5 pm
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

Welcome to Ear Health Wellington –  We are easy to find on the ground floor, and within walking distance from most key locations in the CBD.

Our aim is to provide you with friendly, professional and timely ear care using the latest Microsuction technology and information.

We understand people in the city are busy and so we are committed to providing our patients with an appointment as quickly as possible. We do this by taking your phone call 24/7 and having an easy to use online booking system. In addition to this ease of booking we usually, have two nurses working every day so often we can offer you an appointment on the day or the next.

Do your ears feel blocked? Impacted ear wax is a common reason for experiencing blocked ears. Ear cleaning by Microsuction is the gold standard for ear cleaning and clearing blocked ears.

Our services include:

  • Ear Wax Removal Wellington (in the CBD)
  • Managing ear infections
  • Education for ear care
  • Safe removal of foreign objects from the ear canal
  • Assistance with ear problems in adults and children over 5yrs

          No referral required

Prices:

Consultation + Standard | Appointment: $59

Consultation + 1-3mths | Appointment: $50 (patient who requires our service every 1-3mths)

Consultation + ACC | Appointment: $42 (must already have a claim number from your GP)

Consultation + War Pension | Appointment: Funded

Please note we do not perform ear syringing

Ear syringing is considered an inferior procedure to Microsuction. Not only is ear syringing generally messier and more uncomfortable for you, but it may also have an increased risk of trauma to the tympanic membrane or eardrum.

Wellington CBD parking tip

There is a reasonable amount of Wilson car parking behind our building (there are often parks available). To access this, please drive up Athol Cresent which is beside Victoria Hall. Once you have found a park, walk down into the rear of our building, then take the lift down to level 1, our entrance is to the left as you approach the front exit of the building. (Note – Access is steep, and not suitable for wheelchairs)

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