Albany Clinic

119 Apollo Drive,
Rosedale, Auckland 0632
Phone: 09 477 3773

Opening hours

Monday8.30am to 5.00pm
Tuesday8.30am to 5.00pm
Wednesday8.30am to 5.00pm
Thursday8.30am to 5.00pm
Friday8.30am to 5.00pm

Located in the Apollo Medical centre

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Jeremy Rosser

I have been an audiologist for 30 years and have worked in the Albany Clinic since 2010.
I have a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Audiology. Since graduating in 1986 I have worked in the public hospital system at both Middlemore Hospital Audiology Department and then the National Audiology Centre. In 1996 I moved to Australia and worked for Cochlear Ltd. In 2010 I started working at the Albany Clinic.
I therefore am very experienced with a wide variety of cases. I have a strong diagnostic audiology background and am very good at working with difficult cases to help optimise their hearing performance. I look forward to helping you hear to your best ability.

Renee Orams

Renée has a combined Bachelor’s Degree in Speech & Language Therapy and Audiology and went on to obtain her Master’s Degree in Audiology from Western Washington University. She completed specialist courses in Vestibular testing & Paediatric Evaluation.
Renée moved to New Zealand in 1996 and joined the National Audiology Centre. She trained in cochlear implants at the Bionic Ear Institute in Australia and assisted with the establishment of protocols for the New Zealand Paediatric Cochlear Implant program.
Renée joined the HearingLife team in 2013, after many successful years in Apollo Audiology Ltd. Established ,with 2 other partners in Albany in 2005 and specialising in paediatric hearing, hearing aid fitting and cochlear implants.
Renée is a Member of the NZ Audiological Society and retains her ASHA (USA) certification.

Melanie Potter

I am a clinical audiologist working at HearingLife Albany since the completion of my Master of Audiology qualification at the University of Auckland. Prior to this I enjoyed my Bachelor of Science studies, majoring in Physiology which kindled my interest in audiology. I have an innate desire to work in a clinical environment, the field of audiology provides the opportunity to develop a career in a fascinating, rapidly advancing field of science focusing on improving quality of life.
Among the many other benefits of improved hearing, the opportunity to enable reconnection with family and friends is something I am passionate about. The challenge of working together with each individual client, considering his or her personal wishes and needs while providing support along this journey, is very important to me.
As an audiologist I want to promote the value of our hearing. I am an advocate for education and promotion of the many actions required to enhance and prevent the loss of this very important sense which adds so much value to our lives!