Bloom is the new name for Regional Hearing Services, a company founded in 2004 by the Carmichael family in Saltash, Cornwall. Over the following few years it grew from very humble beginnings into a national hearing aid retailer with around 50 dispensers. In 2007, the Danish hearing aid manufacturer Widex invested heavily in the business and a few years later Regional Hearing Services was owned almost entirely by Widex.
During their growth period, they purchased several small independent businesses. They chose to keep the identity of these businesses as they were originally so many of their clients may not be aware that they are dealing with a larger company.
See list below of their branches and shop names. They are sometimes described as being “part of the Bloom Network” which was originally another small chain of hearing aid shops owned by Widex and was previously called Arnold Hearing. As you would expect, there’s a strong likelihood of Widex hearing aids being recommended. Given that they are owned by Widex then you may expect they would charge competitive prices for Widex hearing aids – on the contrary.
Typically a top pair of Widex hearing aids would set you back between £5000 and £6000 from Regional hearing Services. We can provide the very same pair hearing aids for £3190. Please compare any quote you have had from them with our hearing aid price list and you should expect to save between 30 and 50%.
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Call us free on 0800 567 7721 to speak to one of our audiologists who will be happy to help you with any hearing healthcare enquiries.