Audiologists and Audiometricians in Singapore

Audiologists and audiometricians are specialists that focus on hearing health. At Hearing Partners Singapore, we have 10 hearing care centres located all around the island. 

Each centre has either experienced audiologists or audiometricians that can conduct hearing tests, provide diagnosis and propose suitable hearing solutions. Learn more about our audiologists and audiometricians below!

Our Clinical Audiologists

Portrait of Benjamin Yeap, Senior Clinical Audiologist at Hearing Partners

Benjamin Yeap

Senior Clinical Audiologist

Benjamin is a trained Dangerous Decibels facilitator.

Dangerous Decibels is a programme that aims to significantly reduce the prevalence of Noise-Induced Deafness (NID) and tinnitus through exhibits, education and research.

Credentials and Certifications

  • MSc (Audiology), NUS

Experience

  • Adult hearing assessment
  • Paediatric hearing assessment
  • Electrophysiological assessment
  • Vestibular assessment
  • Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD) assessment
  • Real Ear Measurements (REM) for hearing aid verification
  • Hearing aid counselling, evaluation and fitting for adults and children

Memberships

  • Member of Society for Audiology Professionals (SAPS), 2017 – Present
Portrait of Jennifer Lee, Senior Clinical Audiologist at Hearing Partners

Jennifer Lee

Senior Clinical Audiologist

In her years of clinical practice, Jennifer has always adopted a patient-centric approach — empathising with patients’ problems, setting realistic expectations and delivering effective management tips.

As the Team Lead, Jennifer oversees the professional development and ensures good service quality in the team.

Credentials and Certifications

  • Certified Dangerous Decibels Educator
  • MSc (Audiology), NUS

Experience

  • Adult hearing assessment
  • Paediatric hearing assessment
  • Electrophysiological assessment
  • Vestibular assessment
  • Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD) assessment
  • Real Ear Measurements (REM) for hearing aid verification
  • Hearing aid counselling, evaluation and fitting for adults and children

Memberships

  • Member of Society for Audiology Professionals (SAPS), 2017 – present
Portrait of Sadrina Shah, Clinical Audiologist at Hearing Partners

Sadrina Shah

Clinical Audiologist

When Sadrina was a freshman in university, she made her first hearing impaired friend. She shared with her about the hearing impairment culture, taught her sign language, and made her realise for the first time the importance of being able to hear.

Since then, Sadrina has been devoted to helping people with hearing loss connect with the world of sounds around them.

Credentials and Certifications

  • Master of Science (Audiology), National University of Singapore
  • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Biological Chemistry, Nanyang Technological University
  • Certified Dangerous Decibels Educator
  • Professional Certificate in Speech Therapy Assistance, College of Allied Educators
  • Professional Certificate in Basic Industrial Audiometry, Temasek Polytechnic (Singapore)

Experience

  • Clinical audiologist at Hearing Partners Singapore
  • Audiometrician at Hearing Partners Singapore
  • Areas of focus:
    • Adult hearing assessment
    • Paediatric hearing assessment
    • Electrophysiological assessment
    • Vestibular assessment
    • Central auditory processing disorder (CAPD)
    • Tinnitus and sound tolerance disorders
    • Aural rehabilitation

Memberships

  • Member of Society of Audiology Professionals Singapore, 2020 – Present
  • Chairperson of NTU Welfare Services Club Camp Outreach (Special Project for the Deaf Community), 2016 – 2017
Portrait of Soh Lee Lee, Clinical Audiologist at Hearing Partners

Soh Lee Lee

Senior Clinical Audiologist

Lee Lee takes pride in her work and is dedicated to providing knowledge and counselling for all with hearing loss to increase awareness and the importance of early intervention.

She also strongly believes in helping patients to understand their hearing condition better, while shaping realistic expectations and cultivating independence within themselves.

Credentials and Certifications

  • B. Audiology with Honours (Distinction), UKM
  • Attended NUS Tinnitus & Sound Tolerance Disorders Evaluation and Management Course
  • Attended Real Ear Measurement Master Class
  • Attended Speech Audiometry Master Class
  • Continuous learning and certifications via Interacoustic Academy & webinars

Experience

  • Hearing assessment for paediatric & adult population.
  • Counselling, Selecting, and fitting suitable hearing aids and other assistive devices according to hearing severity and lifestyles
  • Performing Real Ear Measurement (REM) for hearing aid verification & setting optimisation
  • Conducting vestibular test battery for patient with dizziness/ balance issue
  • Referring cases to ENT and other professionals for necessary assessment and management

Memberships

  • Member of Society for Audiology Professionals, Singapore (SAPS)
Christel Chue - Clinical audiologist at Hearing Partners

Christel Chue

Clinical Audiologist

Christel’s path in Audiology blends her passion for medicine and her love for music.

Audiology enables her to explore the complexities of hearing and balance while making a meaningful impact on patients, embodying her commitment to genuine patient care, one ear at a time.

Credentials and Certifications

  • MSc (Audiology), NUS
  • NUS MSc (Audiology), Class of 2023 Valedictorian
  • Certified Dangerous Decibels Educator

Experience

  • Adult hearing assessment
  • Paediatric hearing assessment
  • Electrophysiological assessment
  • Vestibular assessment
  • Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD) assessment
  • Real Ear Measurements (REM) for hearing aid verification
  • Hearing aid counselling, evaluation and fitting for adults and children
  • Medical Mission Trip to Timor Leste; performed hearing screenings in local schools as well as conducted clinical work and basic audiology training at Maliana General Hospital.

Memberships

  • Member of Society for Audiology Professionals (SAPS), 2021 – present
Portrait of Joey Fong, Clinical Audiologist at Hearing Partners

Joey Fong

Clinical Audiologist

Joey specialises in audiology assessments, rehabilitation and hearing aid fitting for patients of all ages and all walks of life.

Her passion is to utilise her expertise to help those with hearing difficulties achieve great outcomes by providing professional hearing-related services to improve their quality of life and connect with the world around them.

Credentials and Certifications

  • Bachelor of Science in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (Major in Audiology), Mackay Medical College, Taiwan
  • Certified Audiologist, Ministry of Health, Taiwan, Credential ID 000965

Experience

  • Conducted hearing assessments for adults and paediatric patients
  • Performed vestibular-function test
  • Provided hearing devices evaluation and aural rehabilitation for all ages

Memberships

  • Member, The Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Taiwan
Profile image of Audiologist Jol Lie

Jol Lie Teoh

Clinical Audiologist

Ever since Jol Lie was young, she has always been fascinated by the impact that sound and hearing has on a person’s life.

She takes great joy in helping her patients to reconnect with the world around them and is driven to use her skills to restore her patient’s quality of life.

Credentials and Certifications

  • B. Audiology with Honours (Distinction), UKM

Experience

  • Hearing assessment for adults and paediatrics
  • Hearing aid counselling, evaluation and fitting for adult and paediatric population
  • Hearing aid verification by performing Real Ear Measurements (REM) and Real Ear Coupler Difference (RECD)
  • Vestibular assessments for patients with dizziness and/or balance issues
  • Electrophysiological assessment
  • Newborn hearing screening
Mandy Mak, Clinical Audiologist at Hearing Partners

Mandy Mak

Clinical Audiologist

Mandy is passionate about improving people’s quality of life through communication and connection. She believes that the ability to hear is fundamental to our interactions and relationships. As such, she wishes to play a vital role in helping individuals overcome hearing challenges.

To Mandy, being an audiologist is a rewarding profession that allows her to make a meaningful impact on others’ lives.

Credentials and Certifications

  • B. Audiology with Honours (Distinction), UKM

Experience

  • Clinical audiologist in 20dB Malaysia (1 year in 20dB Ipoh branch and 1 year in 20dB TTDI) branch

Our Audiometricians

Portrait of Cheryl Melia, Audiometrician at Hearing Partners

Cheryl Melia

Audiometrician

When not at work, Cheryl can be found listening to music, travelling and watching the latest movies. She also enjoys learning new languages.

Credentials and Certifications

  • Temasek Polytechnic Professional Certificate in Basic Industrial Audiometry

Experience

  • Audiometrician at Hearing Partners Singapore from April 2018 to present
  • Customer service professional at Hearing Partners Singapore from October 2017 to present
Portrait of Cheryl Seow, Audiometrician at Hearing Partners

Cheryl Seow

Senior Audiometrician

Cheryl has been with the company for over 15 years. She loves meeting new clients to help them bring back their social lives by hearing again.

Credentials and Certifications

  • Temasek Polytechnic Professional Certificate in Basic Industrial Audiometry

Experience

  • Over 15 years in Hearing Partners
Portrait of Jason Lim, Audiometrician at Hearing Partners

Jason Lim

Audiometrician

Jason often shares this quote with patients: “Don’t let hearing loss limit you.”. He strives to improve the lives of hearing-impaired for the better.

Credentials and Certifications

  • Professional Certificate in Basic Industrial Audiometry

Experience

  • More than 10 years in providing appropriate hearing aids designed specifically for individual hearing loss, follow up reviews and counselling
Portrait of Mark Kwan, Audiometrician at Hearing Partners

Mark Kwan

Senior Audiometrician

Mark likes the fact that he can make a palpable impact on people’s lives and help those in need as an audiometrician at Hearing Partners.

Credentials and Certifications

  • Temasek Polytechnic Professional Certificate in Basic Industrial Audiometry

Experience

  • More than 25 years in hearing healthcare
Portrait of Tricia Lim, Audiometrician at Hearing Partners

Tricia Lim

Audiometrician

Tricia enjoys doing voluntary work to help out people in need. She also loves to cook and is always looking for ways to give back to society.

Credentials and Certifications

  • Temasek Polytechnic Professional Certificate in Basic Industrial Audiometry

Experience

  • More than 4 years experience in hearing healthcare
  • Counselling and recommending hearing solutions according to varying degrees of hearing loss and lifestyle needs
Portrait of Wayne Chong, Audiometrician at Hearing Partners

Wayne Chong

Audiometrician

Wayne strives to go the extra mile to ensure the concerns of his patients are heard and provides customised hearing solutions to meet their needs.

Credentials and Certifications

  • Temasek Polytechnic Professional Certificate in Basic Industrial Audiometry

Experience

  • More than 6 years of experience in providing hearing health care solutions to hearing loss patients

Hearing Care Services Provided

Our audiologists and audiometricians at Hearing Partners are able to provide the following hearing care services.

FAQs About Audiologists and Audiometricians

What do you see an audiologist for?

Audiologists are healthcare professionals who focus on hearing and balance disorders. They are able to diagnose patients and propose tailored products and/or solutions to help them cope with their condition.

Signs that you should see an audiologist/audiometrician include:

  • You have tinnitus or hear ringing in your ears
  • You always turn up the volume of the TV
  • Your family complains of the TV being too loud
  • People lean closer to your ear to speak to you

What is the difference between an ear doctor (ENT) and an audiologist?

Both ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctors and audiologists/audiometricians diagnose conditions related to the ear. However, the former goes into more advanced medical issues whereas the latter specialises in the diagnosis of hearing loss and using hearing aids to better one’s quality of life.

Additionally, ENT doctors also advise on nose and throat health.

What is the difference between an audiologist and audiometrician?

Both audiologists and audiometricians are hearing health specialists. The main difference lies in their job scope. 

Audiometricians are skilled in conducting basic hearing tests and diagnosing hearing losses in adults. They may also provide suggestions and counselling on hearing amplification and fine-tune hearing devices, if necessary. 

Audiologists have a slightly wider job scope. They manage both adult and paediatric cases, including newborns. They may also perform a greater range of tests other than pure tone audiometry to identify certain lesions or dysfunction in the auditory system. Besides hearing tests, audiologists can also perform vestibular tests to diagnose certain balance issues.

Can a GP refer you to an audiologist?

Yes, they can! 

Do note that you must first be cleared of any other conditions that may require medical attention such as ear infections, injury to the ear, sudden hearing loss and so on. If you present any symptoms of the conditions mentioned, it is recommended that you first consult an ENT.

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