A new addition to the Oamaru community

The Oamaru clinic is going well since opening in August.

Libby Johnson is your client care manager from Monday to Wednesday, and on Thursday and Friday Wendy McCoy takes over the reception desk. Together they make sure your visit goes smoothly and that audiologists Anthony Rowcroft and Anne McElwain are supported in their practice.

Libby has been working in audiology clinics for ten years. She is a long-term Oamaru resident, having arrived at boarding school as a 13-year-old. She is active in local women’s groups, crafts and scrap­booking. Many locals will know her from the school committees and boards of trustees she served on as she raised a family. Nowadays she has grandkids.

Wendy McCoy is likewise a familiar face. She arrived in Oamaru 10 years ago and has over 4 years’ experience working in audiology clinics. Wendy divides her time between caring for her family of three, including a special needs son, and working two days a week at the clinic. During her downtime you will either find Wendy with her nose in a book or keeping in touch with family and friends.

“We’ve such a lovely clinic,” Libby says, “It’s so fresh and bright, and its central location means people can pop in for a chat. We’re always here for consumables or to help you with questions about your hearing aids.”

The clinic, at 157 Thames Street, is open 8:30–5:00 pm, Monday to Friday. Phone (03) 433 0482 or 0800 547 836.