Rahim an Audiologist at Hearing Health Hub
The MKFM Lunch Break
Tuesday, September 28th, 2021 - 8 minutes
Michael speaks to Rahim an (audiologist) at The Hearing Health Hub MIlton Keynes With over 15 years of experience, our qualified Hearing Aid Audiologists will take you through a comprehensive hearing test and help you find the best personalised solution.
At the Hearing Health Hub we firmly believe that hearing loss should not be a barrier to enjoying a fulfilled lifestyle.
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