Australian Government - Department of Health - Office of Hearing Services
Hearing Services Program

Manufacturers and Suppliers

Manufacturers and suppliers wishing to provide hearing devices to eligible clients of the Australian Government Hearing Services Program (the program) need to enter into a contract with the Department of Health (the Department). They must also seek approval of their devices and be registered with the Department.

The Deed of Standing Offer sets out the ways that devices may be supplied to clients of the program, including minimum device specifications. There are three schedules to the Deed of Standing Offer and they detail:

  • approved devices and the pricing schedule;
  • conditions of device supply; and
  • device specifications.

Manufacturer and supplier contact list

A list of contact details of all current manufacturers and suppliers who are contracted to supply hearing devices to eligible clients in the program.

Device manufacturer user guide

A user guide to assist you with a range of device-related functions including add, edit and remove hearing devices, invite and manage portal users and manage your business details.

How to become a registered manufacturer

Registration is the first step you need to take if you would like to supply hearing devices to eligible voucher-clients of the Australian Government Hearing Services Program (the program).

 




Manufacturers Contact List

Deed of Standing Offer - 1 May 2015 to 30 June 2018

Device schedules

Legislation and contracts

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