Our Audiologist


Mr. Andrew Sim

BSc. (Hons) Biomed. Sci (NUS), MSc. Clin. Audiology (UniMelb)

Andrew is our Audiologist with a Masters in Audiology from the University of Melbourne (UniMelb) and a Bachelor’s Degree with Honours in Biomedical Science from the National University of Singapore (NUS). Through his training in both institutions, he has gained experience in addressing a variety of audiological disorders in both adult and paediatric populations.
He is dedicated to working with both adults and children, specializing in diagnostic audiological testing, tinnitus management, balance (vestibular) and Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD) assessments. He is especially interested in aural rehabilitation for hearing aid and cochlear implant users in improving their quality of life. He firmly believes that a patient’s hearing needs should be addressed in a holistic and patient-centred manner.
Andrew is currently a member of the Society for Audiology Professionals Singapore (SAPS). He is passionate about contributing meaningful change to the hearing health industry and hopes to increase hearing awareness among teenagers and the elderly in Singapore. To this end, he has been invited to speak at schools and has also shared his expertise on hearing health and the Audiology profession in general through platforms such as Singapore radio station, 88.3JIA FM.


Ms. Nituna Kanodia

MSc. Audiology (NUS)

Nituna graduated with a Masters in Audiology from the National University of Singapore (NUS). She comes with a unique background, having transitioned from dentistry to pursue a passion for helping individuals with hearing and balance disorders. Her expertise spans both pediatric and adult populations, with a special interest in Auditory Processing Disorders (APD).
Driven by a commitment to enhance the lives of those with hearing impairments, Nituna aims to support communication skills, engagement, and overall well-being. She holds certification as a Dangerous Decibels Educator, advocating for safe listening practices to prevent hearing loss. Nituna is proficient in managing tinnitus and other sound tolerance disorders, equipped to address diverse auditory challenges experienced by her patients.
Beyond her clinical work, Nituna serves as the treasurer for the Society for Audiology Professionals in Singapore. She is deeply devoted to effecting a meaningful change within the hearing health sector in Singapore.