Kim has been practicing clinical audiology for a number of years since completing her Master of Science Degree in Audiology at Dalhousie’s School of Human Communication Disorders. She also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. Upon graduation Kim spent 3 years working in private practice in Ontario, and has also worked in a hospital setting.
Originally from Newfoundland, Kim is happily making a permanent home here in the Maritimes with her husband, their adoring dog and two children Anna and Seth. Kim enjoys cooking, fitness and spending time with friends and family.
Kim is thrilled to have the opportunity to continue her professional career with Hearing Institute Atlantic and to also stay involved at Dalhousie University where she will be lecturing to audiology students pursuing their professional studies. Kim’s sincere approach to audiology ensures that her patients receive the best hearing health care, tailored to their individual lifestyle and listening needs.