We are registered providers with the Ministry of Health’s Assistive Devices Program (ADP), Veterans Affairs Canada, Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, Non-Insured Health Benefits for First Nations and Inuit, Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) and many third party insurance companies. Our administrative team has experience with many of these organizations and they are happy to help with claim forms, predeterminations and direct billing if applicable.
Our clinical staff brings a great combination of years of experience and dedication mixed with fresh, new ideas. Technology moves fast these days, so our clinicians all attend workshops regularly to keep current with advances in technology and new products that become available. One of the benefits of being an independent clinic is that we have access to all hearing aid makes and models available in Ontario.
Growing up I was always aware of children at school who faced challenges due to speech and language problems. So after completing my first year at the University of Western Ontario in general sciences, I applied to the Programme in Communicative…
I have always been interested in hearing and had contact with the Deaf Community as a child. I “discovered” the field of audiology while studying biology at Queen’s University. I was hooked on “the ear” and decided to become an audiologist.
I am proud to have been an audiologist at London Audiology Consultants for the past 5 years now. I can honestly call our clinic my second home, partly
because I’ve been around the clinic nearly my entire life, but also because the people…
“Over the past few years working as an audiologist, I have enjoyed the challenge of finding a unique treatment plan for each patient. I enjoy having the opportunity to help
people be able to communicate better
Hearing Instrument Dispenser
I have been with London Audiology Consultants for almost 30 years now. I am a Hearing Instrument Dispenser but that’s not where I started. I started as Medical Administration fresh out of a 2 year program at Fanshawe College. I worked part-time then eventually went to full time.Read More
I have been working here at London Audiology Consultants for over 25 years. I started out the first year working part time and then full time on the front desk of our previous Piccadilly Street location. Here we are now on Burwell Street and I am doing administrative work, and…
I’m excited to have the opportunity to contribute as a member of the London Audiology Consultant team. My dedication and commitment to continually provide quality service to our clients is a priority to me. This was not my field for employment…
Hello. My name is Suzanne and I have been part of the administration staff at London Audiology Consultants for 7 years. I enjoy spending time with my family. As well, I enjoy my extended work family at London Audiology. One of the areas that makes me proud…
Joel is the junior member of our administrative team. He is in his final year of high school and helps out with many essential jobs at the office after school and during the summer months. He has done many different jobs in the office from working on the data base, filing and filling in for reception.