Implant Clinic

Manchester Auditory Implant Centre

This page is for news and messages from the team at the implant clinic.

*** Important  COVID-19 Message from the Clinic. ****

Peter Mount Building,
Manchester Royal Infirmary,
Oxford Rd,
Manchester, M13 9WL

Repairs & Battery Supplies for
Hearing Aids  – Cochlear Implants – BAHA

Important Notice
Drop-in Repair & Drop-in Battery Service

Owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, and preparations which we as a set of hospitals are undertaking at this time, we can no longer provide a drop-in repair or drop-in battery supply service. 

Please do not visit the department. 

We ask that you contact us by telephone or email and we will offer a postal service for your urgent repairs and supply of batteries.

Our Contact:

Tel:  for all repairs.  0161 276 8079

Email: – for hearing aids
Email:  for cochlear implants and BAHA

Thank you so much for your help and support at this time and we hope to see you again soon

The Audiology and Hearing Implant teams

Click on link below to download a copy of the document:

Social media announcement

*** Important  COVID-19 Message from the Clinic. ****


25th October 2017.
We are looking for people to volunteer to join the research database at the University. More details are on this leaflet: MRI Hearing Research Volunteers

Please note the implant team is now based at:

The Richard Ramsden Centre for Auditory Implants,
Peter Mount Building, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road
Manchester, M13 9WL

Main Contact Details:

TeL: 0161 701 6931 ( Appointments)
TeL: 0161 276 8079 (repairs and spares)

Main Contact Details:

What to do if you have an equipment problem:

Drop in service 9:00 am – 3:00 pm (please be aware that this is for equipment problems only, a further appointment may be required if no faults are found with the equipment). Please try and let us know when you are coming.
Booked repairs 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

– Ring Implant Programme – call: 0161 276 8079

To email:


– If the fault happens out of normal hours, refer to the manual in your equipment case for guidance on identifying the fault and if possible replace the faulty component with one from the spares supplied. When you can do so contact the clinic for advice on returning faulty components.