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Healthcare provider, Hidden Hearing, marked World Hearing Day with news of significant progress in their ambitious expansion strategy across Ireland.

A new flagship Centre of Excellence in Castlebar was unveiled this week, aligning with World Hearing Day celebrations, and showcasing Hidden Hearing’s commitment to leading-edge diagnostic audiology and personalised hearing care in a patient-centric clinic.

The newly opened Centre of Excellence in Castlebar is the latest addition to Hidden Hearing’s growing network, featuring state-of-the-art facilities and a range of new services designed to offer the most advanced hearing care solutions.

Situated in the town’s main retail district on Hopkins Road, this centre stands as a testament to Hidden Hearing’s dedication to expanding access to top-tier audiology services in Ireland.

All-Ireland winning ladies’ Gaelic footballer Cora Staunton, Olympic sailing medallist Annalise Murphy, 2FM radio presenter Emma Power, and neuroscientist Dr. Sabina Brennan join forces to amplify the message of embracing life fully, regardless of hearing challenges. Picture: Michael O’Sullivan /OSM PHOTO

Special guests at the opening included Olympic sailing medallist Annalise Murphy, recently turned road racing cyclist, Mayo sportsperson Keith Higgins and Neuroscientist, Dr Sabina Brennan.

“Keep Being You” is the hearing healthcare brand’s latest media campaign, emphasising how hearing loss doesn’t mean missing out on life.

Olympian Annalise Murphy said the campaign “Keep Being You” delivers an important message to everyone to get your hearing checked.

“Speaking from a personal experience, watching someone carrying on with hearing loss is sad.

“Seeing them become disconnected from friends and family, it’s not just hard for them, but it’s difficult for their family and friends to watch.

“The campaign “Keep Being You”, delivers an important message to everyone to get your hearing checked so you can live your life to the fullest and most importantly, not lose the parts of yourself that make you, you,” said Ms Murphy.

Over the past year, Hidden Hearing has focused on the expansion and refurbishment of its clinics, along with the introduction of new outreach audiology services, to meet the needs of Ireland’s increasing ageing population.

Duncan Graham, recently appointed as the company’s Sales Director, brings a wealth of experience from various sectors, highlighting Hidden Hearing’s differentiation from other retail organisations and its focus on providing unparalleled patient support.

Investment in the brand’s development and positioning within the Irish market continues, with a significant emphasis on upskilling patient support staff and introducing the world’s most sophisticated hearing aids.

Stephen Leddy, Managing Director of Hidden Hearing said the company’s business strategy is firmly rooted in organically growing clinic numbers across the island of Ireland, investing in people, and forming partnerships with Irish healthcare advocacy and research groups.

The ageing population and the growing understanding of hearing loss’s broader health implications have driven increasing demand for audiology services.

With medical research identifying hearing loss as a modifiable risk factor for dementia, Hidden Hearing is at the forefront of providing treatments that not only improve hearing but also contribute to overall health and well-being.

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