I am proud to have been an audiologist at London Audiology Consultants for the past 3 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 here feel like family.
When I first met Catherine (one of my employers and colleague) I threw up on her….I was about 6 months old. Now of course I do not remember this encounter but I have been told this story many many times. Growing up around the clinic I did many different jobs, learning the ins and outs of paper shredding was one highlight, I am proud to tell people now that I have worked my way up to audiologist.
I did not always know that I wanted to be an audiologist. During my undergrad I was persuaded to look into the option of doing my masters to become an audiologist. The more I looked into audiology the more I liked it. The combination of technology, science and ultimately working with people is what made and continues to make audiology so appealing.
I am truly grateful I had the opportunity to become an audiologist and look forward to coming to work to help people each day.