Emma completed an Audiology degree at Swansea University back in 2010, graduating with first-class honours.
During her training, Emma spent a lot of time working within the NHS before making the move into the private sector after qualifying.
Whilst working in the private sector, Emma gained a lot of experience with various makes and models of hearing aid and has been able to keep up-to-date with the progression of hearing aid technology since qualifying 12 years ago. She has also worked alongside private ENT consultants providing reports for medical clinics, and alongside solicitors providing reports to support patients with noise-induced hearing loss.
“I decided to join The Hearing Care Partnership because they are truly independent, allowing me to guide my patients to the right solution for them without being constrained by certain manufacturers. They allow me time to spend with patients to ensure I am providing the right tests clinically and meeting their individual hearing needs.
Outside of work I enjoy walking my sausage dog 'Monty', I love the beach, paddle boarding, and am a Mum to a 19 and 16-year-old.”