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Junior Doctor Industrial Action update – 14 to 17 June

Planned industrial action has been announced by the British Medical Association (BMA) involving junior doctors.

The action will run for 72 hours starting from 7am on Wednesday 14 June, running to 7am Saturday 17 June. We are working hard to keep patients safe during strikes, while delivering the best care possible. Patients should continue to attend appointments as planned unless contacted to reschedule.

Industrial action is a national dispute between the Government and Trades Unions about terms and conditions. We have had to make changes to our services as a result – please visit our latest news for further information.

PIL: Oticon Bluetooth

Date: September 2017

Revision date: September 2019

Ref. number: D-158/audiology/ER/using bluetooth with your hearing aids Oticon v3

PDF: Oticon bluetooth [pdf] 150KB

 Key Features

  • Works as a remote control for volume control and program change of hearing aids
  • Connects with multiple Bluetooth devices wirelessly, e.g. mp3 player, mobile phone
  • Comes with mini-jack cable to allow wire    connection to mp3  players
  • Protective skin cover
  • Available in black or white
  • Built in telecoil
  • Up to 8 hour battery life

Oticon Streamer Pro

Please note: the Bluetooth device described in this leaflet is only suitable for people wearing Oticon hearing aids.

Streamers and Bluetooth devices are available for other hearing aid brands—please see leaflet racks for information about other products or ask a member of staff.


    Additional information

Can be used with     television or home phone upon purchase of Connectline TV adaptor/Connectline phone

Wireless Bluetooth clip on microphone can be purchased for family/friends to wear in noisy places     

Prices (subject to change)

          Streamer Pro -  £127.50


     Optional extras

  •  Connectline TV adaptor £113
  • Connectline home phone £82
  • Wireless microphone £143

Are you interested in wirelessly connecting your hearing aids to your mobile phone, mp3 player or TV?

Do you struggle to use audio devices and your mobile phone with your hearing aids at the moment?

Could a remote control make it easier for you to enjoy extra programs and volume control?

If so, you may benefit from the Bluetooth devices detailed in this leaflet.

If you are interested please speak to an audiologist who can help you to decide.

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