Bernstein boost for Cromer Audiology
North Norfolk people with hearing problems will soon benefit from improved new Audiology facilities at Cromer Hospital – thanks to the Sagle Bernstein legacy.
A total of £32,000 is being spent on upgrading Audiology facilities (including construction of a new test room and consulting rooms) at Cromer. The improvements mean patients will have better, more comfortable surroundings with equipment that meets the latest international standards. The work is due to be completed at the end of May 2003.
Hearing testing at Cromer is currently carried out cramped facilities. The improvements will include disabled access, testing facilities for children aged five and over, and a better working environment for hospital staff.
Dr John Fitzgerald, head of audiology at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust, welcomed the investment in audiology at Cromer.
This investment is great news for our north Norfolk patients and the Bernstein legacy will bring real improvements to the Audiology facilities at Cromer. These services are vital for people with hearing problems and both patients and staff will soon be able to take advantage of much improved facilities, said Dr Fitzgerald.