At Cobourg Hearing Centre we live by one simple philosophy: to treat every patient like we would a member of our own family. We strive to minimize the negative impact associated with a hearing impairment on communication ability, overall health, and quality of life. We are committed to using advanced, state-of-the-art equipment to identify hearing loss and other disorders of the ear. We promise to be honest and forthright when making treatment and management recommendations. When fitting hearing aids or otherwise, we refer to the most recent evidence-based research in the field of Audiology and strictly adhere to the best-practice guidelines set forth by the governing body of Audiologists in Ontario (CASPLO). All the while, we encourage you to be directly involved in any decision made about your hearing health.
Mark Bennett, M.Cl.Sc, Registered CASLPO Audiologist
Mark Bennett was born and raised in Brantford, Ontario. He developed a passion for community health while pursuing a bachelor’s degree in physiological psychology from Brock University. Here, he taught undergraduate health psychology seminars and helped establish rehabilitation programs for the Ontario March of Dimes in the Niagara region. Mark graduated from The University of Western Ontario with a Master’s of Clinical Science in Audiology. He has worked in multiple hearing clinics across Canada before joining our team of professionals in the Northumberland community. His current clinical and research interests are adult hearing-impaired treatment programs and aural rehabilitation.