Northern Ontario Audiology Services has several full-time health care providers:
Robert Pell was one of the first graduates of the Master’s of Clinical Science program in Audiology at the University of Western Ontario. He began his career in pediatric audiology at Sick Kids hospital and went on to become chief audiologist at Toronto East General Hospital. Robert moved to Timmins permanently with his family in 1987 and has had the pleasure of serving his clients at Northern Ontario Audiology Services in Timmins for almost 30 years.
Marjo Luomala was born in Chapleau, Ontario to Finnish parents and was raised in South Porcupine. She received her Master’s of Clinical Science in Audiology from the University of Western Ontario and has since received specialized training in infant and children hearing aid fitting and Central Auditory Processing Disorders. She offers services in English and Finnish. Tervetuloa.
Lauren Desormeau was born and raised in Cochrane. She pursued her studies in French at the University of Ottawa where she earned an Honours Bachelor in Health Science and a Master’s of Health Science in Audiology. As a fully bilingual individual, Lauren is proud to provide hearing health care services in both French and English. Bienvenue.
Edwin Lai earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from York University in 2013 and then graduated from Conestoga College in the Hearing Instrument Specialist Program in 2016. During his schooling Edwin also volunteered at St Joseph’s Health Centre in Toronto, where he provided counselling and emotional support to patients and their families. Edwin is an energetic and caring young man who is looking forward to helping those with hearing loss. He provides services in English and Cantonese. 歡迎
Josée Dupee was born and raised in Timmins, Ontario. Josée completed her studies at Conestoga College in Kitchener where she received her certificate for Pre Health Sciences and a diploma in the Hearing Instrument Specialist Program in April 2017. Josée returned to Timmins and began working for NOAS in September 2017. Josée is very excited to be back working in her hometown and helping those with hearing loss. She provides services in English and French. Bienvenue!