We listen to you, so you can listen to life!
Audiologist, Sheri MacGregor, opened the doors of Highland Hearing Clinic in August of 1997.
The company’s slogan at that time was “We listen to you so you can listen to life”. Sheri and her team have strived towards this goal ever since. They do their best to acquire hearing aids that meet each client’s lifestyle needs and budget.
I am so happy I opened the doors of Highland Hearing Clinic in 1997. I love coming to work with such caring staff members who really understand my passion for providing the ultimate hearing care experience for our clients. It is very important to me that we have access to all hearing aid manufacturers in Canada so our clients can obtain whatever technology suits their own unique needs. I love getting to know my patients so we can determine what solution is best for them and then guide them through their journey to better hearing.
I love going to work every day at Highland Hearing Clinic and can’t wait to see what the day brings. I started out as a part-time receptionist and I now hold the position of Office Manager. I have been with Sheri MacGregor since 2000, and every day I enjoy my job more. All of our customers feel like family to me now, which is why winning the Chamber of Commerce Customer Service award was so incredible. Every day I learn something new thanks to the wonderful audiologists we have on staff that teach me small things that make it possible for me to service our customers’ hearing aids at the front counter. It is such a great feeling knowing that you can help a person hear the sounds around them with just a minor repair. Highland Hearing Clinic may be growing but will continue to always put our customers first!
My name is Mike Williams and I have been a certified audiologist for over thirty years. In my career I have worked with clients of all ages in a variety of settings. I am proud to be a member of the Highland Hearing team as we provide excellent hearing care services for the residents of many communities. I would be pleased to assist you with your hearing care needs.
Hi, my name is Julie DeYoung. I love to work at Highland Hearing Clinic because I feel I can make a small, positive impact on our patients’ lives each day I go to work. I enjoy helping people and by a simple smile or acknowledgement, I can brighten someone’s day. The relationships I have developed with our patients since I began my journey with Highland Hearing in March 2013 have and continue to be very rewarding. I value the strong customer service experience Highland Hearing provides its patients and am very proud to be part of such a wonderful team.
I chose to work for Highland Hearing Clinic Ltd. because it is a company that cares about its clients and team. Highland Hearing Clinic is a company that encourages self-growth in an industry that is ever evolving and changing. I am proud to be part of Sheri’s team since 2012. I’m Megan Chisholm, customer care coordinator. I was born and raised in Hartland, New Brunswick, home of the world’s longest covered bridge in the world! After completing my Bachelor of Commerce degree at Saint Mary’s University in 2007, I moved to Antigonish County where I reside with my husband Josh and three sons Rex, Will and Finley. I look forward to seeing you at your next visit to the clinic!
I always wanted to be in a profession where I knew I would be able to help people for the better and working as an audiologist at the Highland Hearing Clinic is the perfect fit. I enjoy being able to help guide my patients through their unique journey that I think will result in the best outcome for them. I obtained my Bachelor of Biology Degree from Mount Allison University and my Masters of Science Degree in Audiology at Dalhousie University. I joined the Highland Hearing Clinic in May of 2009. I am nationally certified through the Speech Language and Audiology Canada Association and am an active member of Sounds+. Originally from New Glasgow I now reside in Antigonish and enjoy traveling and spending time with my family.
While growing up in Antigonish has given me a lot of opportunities, I took off for the city after high school. In Halifax I obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry and from there I got a Master of Science degree in Audiology in 2018. However, little did I know that once again my hometown would call to me in the form of Highland Hearing Clinic. Its great to be back home and in such a welcoming environment. Most importantly, it provides me a supportive place to help and teach others regarding their hearing health. In my downtime, you may find me out for a walk or with my nose in a book.
Pamela West Stewart
Hello. My name is Pamela West Stewart. I love going to work every day at Highland Hearing Clinic. I am blessed to be part of the Highland Hearing family. I started July 2019 and felt like “one of the family” from day one. I simply love our clients and thoroughly enjoy assisting them with small things like batteries, filters and cleanings for their devices. These small things instantly make our clients feel just as important as they really are. I believe that it makes a great difference in our clients’ daily lives to see a smiling face that can help them now instead of waiting to solve their minor issues. Keeping the files and billings in order take a small load off the shoulders of our very busy Audiologists allowing them to concentrate on what they do best.
More about Highland Hearing
Highland Hearing opened a satellite office in Port Hawkesbury in 2001. Like the Antigonish office, this clinic’s services include thorough hearing assessments and the dispensing and maintenance of hearing aids. Now that there are 3 audiologists on staff, the Port Hawkesbury location is now open Monday to Thursday.
We also provide a community hearing clinic at our Inverness satellite clinic. Hours are every 2nd Tuesday and clients can phone the Port Hawkesbury office at 1-888-750-4327 to arrange their Inverness appointments.
In July 2007, Highland Hearing moved into its own building in Antigonish. This modern facility includes a classroom for Hearing Education and Awareness Rehabilitation classes. These popular H.E.A.R. workshops are offered for free to clients and their family members. They learn about hearing loss and strategies for coping with it.