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Audiologists work as part of a multi-disciplinary team providing inpatient and outpatient services for Queensland Health.

Audiologists perform basic and complex hearing assessments and provide rehabilitative and special services such as advice and coordination of hearing aid technologies and services.

Programs & Services

An essential program is the Cochlear Implant Program (CIP) from the Lady Cilanto Children’s Hospital. This involves a multidisciplinary assessment of children with complex developmental and health needs. The CIP program provides audiological management of children pre-implantation, during and post implantation. The CIP also provides outreach services to regional Queensland.

Audiologists in Queensland Health may also have the opportunity to participate in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ear Health Program. This provides hearing health and speech pathology services to the Indigenous population of Queensland.

Registration requirements

Audiologists wishing to practise in Queensland must have tertiary level qualifications in audiology and provisional or full membership of the The Audiological Society of Australia

Internationally qualified audiologists

The Audiological Society of Australia provides the application process for internationally qualified audiologists. Please refer to: The Audiological Society of Australia.

Last updated: 11 June 2014