HearWell Hereford Hearing Services | Hearing Aids Hereford | hearing Tests | Earwax Removal Hereford


Find out more about us here at HearWell And our services offered.

HearWell’s Story & Goals

The HearWell team of Clive Williams and Marilyn Cook was formed using thirty-six years of experience gained from operating within the NHS Any Qualified Provider (AQP) scheme for NHS hearing aid audiology and the private retail of hearing aids with leading Hearing Aid companies in the UK.

We are a local, Hereford based business who specialises in the support of healthy hearing. Our aim is to offer an effective, long term solution to healthy hearing through a range of services, which include Ear Wax Removal, Hearing Tests and Hearing Protection.

Another goal of HearWell is to offer the best possible prices to our customers. We achieve such competitive prices by having partnerships with local healthcare businesses to promote each other services, no high management and marketing costs, therefore, reduced overall business and service costs. These savings are then passed to you to hear better with the same hearing aids that can cost thousands of pounds more from other companies.

Local & Friendly

Based in Hereford HearWell is able to offer not just hearing aids but all-round hearing healthcare. All-round hearing care is about protecting and enhancing your hearing by offering regular hearing tests, hearing protection and ear protection if you work or play in noisy environments or, have problems with earwax stopping you hear or causing you medical problems like earache and tinnitus.


The team has between them thirty-six years of helping people to hear better. Training has been ongoing from within the private sector and from NHS training departments. Being registered with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) gives you peace of mind that you are dealing with people who are qualified and care.

Home Visits

We also offer a Hear at Home service should you be unable to visit our Centre.

This service is available upon request when making your appointment.


Initial signs of hearing loss can be subtle and manageable, however, they may develop quickly and you should seek advice at the early stages and not when they become more apparent to you and others.