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Meet your Audiologists in Dunedin, Mosgiel, Invercargill, Gore, Winton, Te Anau and Queenstown

At Audiology South, rest assured you’ll be in safe hands! Drawing on a wealth of clinical knowledge and experience, our passionate team will support you to get your hearing at its very best. We’re a local team that cares. Whether it’s during a 2-minute phone call, a routine hearing aid adjustment, or a complete hearing assessment, our friendly, professional team is here to help.

Here’s a quick introduction to just some of our senior Audiologists working across our Otago, Southland and Central Otago branches.

Simon Melville

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In 2014, Simon Melville joined Audiology South as a senior audiologist, bringing with him a wealth of knowledge in both the clinical and managerial aspects of audiology. Originally trained in Auckland, Simon ran Bay Audiology in the South Island before entering senior management for the Bay Audiology group. His patients benefit from his experience both in NZ and abroad, where he has developed in-depth knowledge in diagnosing and managing hearing loss, tinnitus treatment, and cochlear implantation. Simon lives on a lifestyle block just out of Arrowtown and enjoys keeping active year-round with summer and winter sports.

Anthony Rowcroft

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Anthony followed his father and grandfather into Audiology, originally taking on the family business at Dunedin Hearing Clinic. After working with Simon Melville at Bay Audiology, the two combined their skills and experience within the only independent Audiology practice in the South. Since 1999, Anthony has been a full member of the New Zealand Audiological Society (NZAS) and previously served on several committees within NZAS. As a senior audiologist, Anthony brings a broad knowledge base across all aspects of hearing and hearing aid technology with a particular interest in tinnitus management. Anthony still lives in Dunedin, and when he’s not in the clinic, or with the family, he’ll be out training for a multi-sport event.

Hannah Teviotdale

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Originally from Christchurch, Hannah completed her Master’s degree in Audiology back in 2007. She is a full member of the New Zealand Audiological Society and has a particular interest in hearing aid technology and tinnitus management. After completing her studies, Hannah initially worked in Auckland at both paediatric and adult audiology clinics before heading overseas. In London, Hannah spent two years at Harley Street Hearing, a private clinic that specialises in adult hearing assessments, hearing services for musicians, and balance/dizziness assessments. In 2012, Hannah and her partner moved back to New Zealand and they now live in Mosgiel with their two boys.

Anne McElwain

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Anne recently joined Audiology South as a Senior Audiologist in the Dunedin clinic. Having grown up in Central Otago, she completed a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Massey University before starting as a Trainee Audiologist at Dunedin Hospital in 1980. By 1983, Anne had gained a Master’s Degree in Audiology and Speech Science from Purdue University (USA). She has since worked in many locations overseas and around NZ, in both public hospitals and private clinics. Anne is now well settled on a small lifestyle block in North Taieri!

Myra Florendo
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Having worked in both public and private settings around NZ, Myra has breadth of expertise in diagnostic and hearing aid fitting. Myra is a full member of the NZ Audiological Society as well as being involved in its membership and qualifications committee. She can assist with all you ear health needs and support you with third-party funding applications from ACC, Accessible NZ, Veterans Affair, and WINZ. Myra lives in Invercargill and is involved in the church and local Philippine community. In her spare time you’ll find Myra spending time with her family and practicing her singing skills with karaoke

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