Our Audiologist

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Ms. Chan Yin Fang

B. Audiology (Hons) (UKM)

Ms Chan Yin Fang is our clinical audiologist with a Bachelor Degree in Audiology awarded by the National University of Malaysia. She has over three years of clinical experience in handling both paediatric and adult cases. Her experience extends to audiological diagnostic assessments, air and bone conduction hearing aids, cochlear implant mapping and tinnitus counselling.

Ms Chan is a member of the Society of Audiology Professionals (Singapore) and has actively participated in various audiology conferences in Malaysia, Singapore and other Asian countries. She employs a patient-centred approach in her work and has an affinity with children. She enjoys working in a multidisciplinary team encompassing ENT doctor, speech therapists, parents and school teachers.

She dreams of being an outstanding paediatric audiologist specializing in patients with special needs such as children with autism, Down syndrome and global developmental delay.

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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.

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