Nick began his Audiology career in 1999 at King Edward VII Hospital, Windsor. He then completed examinations with merit over 3 years, and worked for PC Werth Ltd who previously represented Widex in the UK. In 2005, he passed the hearing aid council examinations to dispense privately. Nick also practices as the Chief of Audiology at 150 Harley Street. He specialises in the management of individuals with complex hearing problems and is an expert at hearing aid fittings.
Sarah started working in the hearing aid industry in 2005, working for a family run business in Pinner (where she first met Nick). She enjoys the variation that her work brings from servicing hearing aids to patients popping in for advice or just for a chat over some coffee.
She has recently taken on an allotment, which takes up most of her spare time (weather permitting), hard work but very therapeutic and enjoyable.
Mo completed his Audiology education at the University of Southampton, graduating with a First-Class Honours. He began his career in the NHS, where he worked in clinics across the country including Dorset, Chelsea & Westminster and Northern Ireland. He also currently practices at 150 Harley Street as the Deputy Chief of Audiology. Mo specialises in hearing aid technology and the management of complex hearing and balance problems.
Mo graduated at the top of his class at Southampton University Business School with a Distinction in MSc Risk Management. He is a contributor to the development of the practice in all aspects and seeks new ways to enhance the quality of care provided.