Matt Baker (RHAD, MSHAA)
Matt came to Audiology slightly later in life, after feeling unfulfilled within his retail management career. He sought out a dramatic change and, after seeing an advert offering training to become an audiologist, he decided to take a leap of faith. Out of over four hundred applicants, Matt was selected as one of twelve to take on the training and the rest, as they say, is history!
Qualifying in 1999, Matt has primarily worked as a domiciliary audiologist, but has also gained valuable experience providing hearing care across optical practices.
Matt was promoted to Senior Audiologist and has been involved in the mentorship, training and supervision of a number of other audiologists. He has also given talks and presentations on a number of areas of audiological care.
"After over twenty years in the hearing care profession, working for a number of different providers, I feel as though I've finally found my home. The Hearing Care Partnership is client-focused, clinical audiological care at its absolute finest. We offer our patients a level of assessment and aftercare I've never been in a position to offer until now, and I'm so proud to be a part of such a passionate, supportive and caring team.
“My hobbies and interests include; playing the guitar (not very well!), traditional archery, walking, reading and creative writing."