Child and Family Audiology Services - Nowra Community Health Centre - Children 0-18 years


What the service is

The Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District (ISLHD) Audiology Service provides hearing assessments and hearing management advice to residents of the Illawarra and Shoalhaven with hearing and ear health concerns.

How to access this service

A referral is required to book a hearing appointment (this can be from a GP or other health practitioner).

Children should be referred when there is a direct concern for ear health or hearing, or when there is a concern for their overall development.

Referral contact number: 02 4424 6460.

Nowra Community Health Centre

Nowra Community Health Centre offers a range of Child and Family services. 

Contact Information

Nowra Community Health Centre
5 – 7 Lawrence Ave,
Nowra, NSW 2540
02 4424 6460

Monday to Friday 
8:00am - 4:30pm

Outreach services

An outreach clinic is provided at Milton-Ulladulla Hospital.


All referrals for audiology at Nowra Community Health Centre and Milton-Ulladulla Hospital can be made by calling: 02 4424 6460

Our Staff

Head of Discipline - Speech Pathology

Sue-Ellen Hogg is the Head of Discipline for Speech Pathology. She brings 17 years’ experience in speech pathology, working across a variety of acute, subacute and community settings. Sue-Ellen is passionate about improving services for patients and their families and has extensive experience leading both speech pathology and multidisciplinary services within the ISLHD and other Health Districts.

The speech pathology team provide services for children and adults with communication and/or swallowing/feeding difficulties across the lifespan. Services are provided in hospitals, community health centres and in the home environment. Sue-Ellen also provides leadership and governance for the ISLHD Audiology services. The audiology team provide hearing services to adults and children across the Illawarra and Shoalhaven.