• Glen Waverley

    9 Coleman Parade,
    Glen Waverley, VIC 3150
    Phone: (03) 9802 6950
    We are located on Coleman Parade, opposite the Syndal Railway Station.

    Opening hours

    Mon 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Tues 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Wed 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Thu 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Sat -
    Sun -

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All HEARINGLife clinics are wheelchair accessible

Richard Buckingham

I have worked as an audiologist since graduating with Masters of Clinical Audiology in 2007 and have been part of the Hearing Life family since 2014.

I have worked in a variety of settings as an audiologist. Starting at St Vincents hospital in Sydney, working in balance and dizziness diagnostics as well as hearing rehabilitation services. Since moving to Melbourne my focus has been on adult hearing rehabilitation but have also had the opportunity to service remote communities in the Northern Territory and Queensland. From person to person we experience hearing loss differently and I enjoy assisting each individual to meet their own personal goals.

Leigh Watson

Leigh Watson grew up in country Victoria and later studied a Bachelor of Audio Production at SAE Institute in Melbourne. An interest in hearing saw him move to Adelaide in 2014 where he completed a Masters of Clinical Audiology at Flinders University. Since graduating, Leigh has worked with Hearing Life throughout Melbourne and received accreditation from Audiology Australia.

Leigh says he is driven by his passion for the industry and witnessing advancements in hearing technology, which can give the gift of hearing back to the hearing impaired.

Michelle Jia Xu

BBiomed, MClinAud, MAudSA
I did both of my Bachelor of Biomedicine and and Master of clinical audiology degree in Melbourne Uni. After I graduated in 2016 I joined Hearing life and currently works mainly in the Glen Waverley branch. I have always been interested in Health science from a young age. I have discovered Audiology when my grandma had lots of difficulties in hearing and communicating with us. Since then, I have been intrigued by the profession and wanting to use my bilingual skills in helping more people to hear and communicate better.