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At london hearing centre improving and protecting the hearing of individuals of all ages is our first concern. We are commited to providing quality, full-service hearing evaluations, extensive follow-up care, as well as hearing aid maintenance and repairs.
Our experienced audiologists and hearing instrument dispenser have been providing audiology and hearing rehabilitation services for a combined total of over 20 years and will work as a team together with you to support optimal hearing health.
We also offer a wide variety of custom hearing protection, in-ear monitors, ear molds for bluetooth headsets and mp3 earbuds, and assistive listening devices.
In addition to traditional clinical audiology services, our audiologists are able to provide a unique variety of consulting and speaking/workshop services. Please contact us for more information.
Jim Babalis, H.I.D., Cert. AHIP, Owner
Jim graduated from the Hearing Program at George Brown College in 1996. Upon graduating, he worked for family in Chatham and Windsor before moving to London in 2003. In 2011, with the help of the Small Business Centre,
he established london hearing centre. His goal is to become the leading hearing health care provider in London, Ontario.
Jim's greatest strength is providing superior patient/client care. As well, he has extensive manufacturer experience, thus he is able to offer possibly the best on-site repair service in the area. With a dedicated lab,
this service allows Jim to repair any make of hearing aids, when they might otherwise need to be sent to the manufacturer by his competitors. Because he realizes how important the hearing aids are to his patients, Jim can fix most problems while you wait.
Christine Meston, MSc, Reg. CASLPO     &     Jeff Crukley, PhD, Audiologist, Reg. CASLPO     &     Stella Ng, PhD, Audiologist, Reg. CASLPO
Christine, Jeff and Stella are Registered Audiologists with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario. They have also taught
in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders at The University of Western Ontario and are commited to quality research linked to quality clinical practice. Christine conducts research on hearing (re)habilitation processes, Jeff conducts clinical research related to cognitive neuroscience, noise management and pediatrics, and Stella researches ways to improve health professional education and practice. In addition to their complementary research interests, our audiologists have varied practice backgrounds enabling us to offer a well-rounded experience at our clinic through a team approach. For example, Christine formerly worked as an audiologist at a busy hospital in Toronto, Jeff has an interest in hearing conservation
for musicians, and Stella worked as an educational audiologist for five years. Click on the links above to learn more about our audiologists'
unique backgrounds and expertise.