The results of the most recent survey conducted by the firm Léger Marketing confirms that Lobe Santé auditive et communication is the winner of the Customer’s Choice Award for the Quebec City region.

August 14, 2013
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The network of Lobe Santé auditive et communication multidisciplinary clinics was awarded the Customer’s Choice of 2013 for the Quebec City region in the hearing health category. This award reflects the quality of services delivered by the professionals and their personnel throughout the network. The award ceremony was held at the Théâtre Impérial de Québec on June 4th.

“These clinics have for mission to make a difference in the lives of individuals with hearing or language disorders by giving them rapid access to quality services and care. It’s important to continue to inform the population and raise awareness concerning hearing loss to break stereotypes and isolation. Receiving such a prestigious award encourages us to pursue our mission with the precious collaboration and excellent work of the professionals and personnel working in the Lobe Santé auditive et communication multidisciplinary clinics” commented Martin Cousineau, president and chief of management of Lobe Santé auditive et communication.

About the Lobe Santé auditive et communication multidisciplinary clinics:

According to the Ordre des audioprothésistes du Québec (OAQ), 10% of the general population has a hearing disorder. Of those, 4 out of 5 people aren’t diagnosed or receiving treatment due to a lack of information and the complexity of receiving services in the field of hearing, language and communicational healthcare.

In the Lobe Santé auditive et communication multidisciplinary clinics you will find all the professionals involved in hearing, language and communicational health under the same roof. As such, the patient gains rapid and convivial access to all the services they may need. It’s a unique environment where each professional carries out their interventions while taking part in a multidisciplinary approach centered on the patient. It is by sharing their expertise, in a collaborative mindset, that the ENT doctors, the audiologists, the nurses, the speech-language pathologists, the audioprosthetists and the specialized educators work together to effectively council and treat those with hearing loss.