Principal Audiologist & Owner
BMus, MAudSt, MAudSA (CCP)
Wesley has worked as a clinical audiologist across some of Queensland’s busiest clinics. He has helped thousands of clients from the Gold Coast to North Queensland hear better. Wesley has a particularly strong interest in hearing aid technology, enabling him to select and customise the most appropriate devices to suit the range of clients he engages with on a daily basis.
Having previously worked as the National Business Development Manager for one of Australia’s largest audiological equipment suppliers and hearing aid manufacturers, he was responsible for training audiologists and audiometrists from across the country in various clinical procedures and hearing aid technology. He has also filled a national clinical training role for one of Australia’s largest hearing clinics and been a guest lecturer at several universities.
In addition to Fidelity Hearing Centre, Wesley is both a full member and a board member of EARS Inc., an Australian, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to reducing the impact of deafness and increasing access to hearing care through the training and equipping of health workers and teachers in developing countries.
BSpPath, MAudSt, MAudSA (CCP)
Emma is one our senior Audiologist at Fidelity Hearing Centre. Her interest in innovative health solutions and improving quality of life through communication led her to complete a Bachelor of Speech Pathology at the University of Queensland. It was during her studies she discovered the world of Audiology and went on to complete a Master of Audiology. Her love for new technology and helping people was combined in a career that has become her passion for the last 14 years.
Having worked for the Australian Government for over 5 years, she has gained valuable and extensive clinical expertise in hearing rehabilitation for children and adults with complex hearing needs. In recent years, Emma has worked for one of the big 6 hearing aid manufacturers where she trained fellow audiologists and audiometrists in the latest clinical procedures and hearing technology across Australian and internationally. Her work also allowed her to volunteer for the not-for-profit foundation, Hear the World. She has volunteered on projects in Kiribati providing children with hearing loss access to audiological care.
Emma is now looking forward to bringing these skills to Fidelity Hearing Centre in Birkdale where she is excited to be working in her local community and building relationships with her clients. Emma enjoys a chat and will take the time to understand and listen to your hearing needs and work out a patient and family centred solution that works for you.