The College of Hearing Aid Practitioners is the regulatory body for the profession of Hearing AidPractitioners in Alberta, and is responsible for dealing with complaints made against our regulatedmembers and some former regulated members.
The Health Professions Act has a very well defined complaint resolution process and the College’s Complaints Director is the individual who is responsible for dealing with complaints.
You may file a complaint against a practitioner through the College of Hearing Aid Practitioners of Alberta. All complaints must be submitted in writing with details of complaint to the Complaints Director.
CHAPA does not have jurisdiction to investigate concerns about business practices, financial matters, poor customer service, or the manners of the practitioner. These concerns should generally be referred to the owner/manager.
Before any action is taken by CHAPA, the complaint must be received by the Complaints Director inwriting either as a written letter, fax, or e-mail (Health Professions Act , s. 59). CHAPA is unable to act on verbal complaints.
The written complaint is to include:
Please send all complaints to:
College of Hearing Aid Practitioners of Alberta
2308-62 St. Camrose
Alberta, T4V 5J8
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