Our Audiologist

Ms. Nadiah Khalil

BSc. CSD (NYU), MSc. Audiology (NUS)

Nadiah is our Audiologist with a Masters in Audiology from the National University of Singapore (NUS) and a Bachelor’s Degree in Communicative Sciences and Disorders from New York University (NYU). Through clinical placements in both institutions, she has gained experience with a variety of speech and hearing disorders in adult and paediatric populations.

Nadiah is dedicated to working with both adults and children in audiological diagnostic testing, vestibular (ear –related giddiness) testing and Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) assessments. She is especially interested in aural rehabilitation for hearing aid and cochlear implant users. She firmly believes that a patient’s hearing needs should be addressed in a holistic manner.

Nadiah is currently a member of the Society of Audiology Professionals. She is passionate about contributing meaningful change to the hearing health industry and hopes to increase hearing awareness among teenagers and the elderly in Singapore.

Mr. Chih-Yi Liao (Javier)

BSc. ASLP (MMC)


Javier is our Audiologist with a Bachelor’s Degree in Audiology and Speech Language Pathology from Mackay Medical College in Taiwan.


Javier assesses and manages both children and adults with hearing loss, tinnitus and giddiness vestibular disorders. Before coming to Singapore, he gained valuable experience as a clinical audiologist at Taichung Veterans General Hospital, Taiwan for over two years. He does the full suite of hearing tests tailored for different ages, from newborns to our older adults, and works also on children with speech and language issues.


Javier provides dedicated counselling for, and fits hearing aids and cochlear implants to rehabilitate hearing loss. He is a passionate professional who believes in giving his best to help his patients achieve a better quality of life.


Javier strongly believes that research and a whole society public health approach is needed for improving patient awareness of hearing issues and hearing outcomes. He is optimistic that with increasingly sophisticated technologies and advancing scientific knowledge, no single person will be left behind because of a hearing problem.

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