Bone-Anchored Hearing Aid (Pediatric)

Service/Procedure Summary

Pediatric patients are under 16 years old. These hearing aids treat hearing loss by surgically implanting a system that allows sound to be conducted through the bone.

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Wait Times

90%

Community Facility Consult Wait Timesort descending Surgery Wait Time

Data is unavailable. Sometimes data is unavailable when it is not submitted to the Department of Health and Wellness, or there were a very small number of patients who recently received the procedure or service.

To find out more information you can contact the specialist or surgeon’s office directly. If you have additional questions contact the Nova Scotia Health Authority or the IWK Health Centre.

50%

Community Facility Consult Wait Timesort descending Surgery Wait Time

Data is unavailable. Sometimes data is unavailable when it is not submitted to the Department of Health and Wellness, or there were a very small number of patients who recently received the procedure or service.

To find out more information you can contact the specialist or surgeon’s office directly. If you have additional questions contact the Nova Scotia Health Authority or the IWK Health Centre.

Wait Times by Surgeon

90%

Surgeon Community Consult Wait Timesort descending Surgery Wait Time

Data is unavailable. Sometimes data is unavailable when it is not submitted to the Department of Health and Wellness, or there were a very small number of patients who recently received the procedure or service.

To find out more information you can contact the specialist or surgeon’s office directly. If you have additional questions contact the Nova Scotia Health Authority or the IWK Health Centre.

50%

Surgeon Community Consult Wait Timesort descending Surgery Wait Time

Data is unavailable. Sometimes data is unavailable when it is not submitted to the Department of Health and Wellness, or there were a very small number of patients who recently received the procedure or service.

To find out more information you can contact the specialist or surgeon’s office directly. If you have additional questions contact the Nova Scotia Health Authority or the IWK Health Centre.

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