Our administration staff – Tracey, Denise and Tracy will greet you and assist
with most enquiries and ‘on-the-spot’ assistance when possible.
Sam Koroneos graduated from the University of Melbourne, School of Audiology in 1986 and has lived and worked in Adelaide for over 30 years.
As a new Graduate, Sam commenced his career at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) where he worked for 13 years. After leaving the RAH, Sam worked in the private sector before commencing his own private audiology practice in 1999.
He has at various times been involved in teaching Masters Audiology students at Flinders University of South Australia (FUSA), medical students as well as Ear, Nose and Throat trainees.
He has also been a past President of the SA branch of Audiology Australia and has been a member of the Australian Association of Audiologists in Private Practice (AAAPP), now known as Independent Audiologists Australia (IAA) for over 25 years. Sam continues to be involved in a diverse range of Audiology services ranging from diagnostic (ENT SA) to Hearing Aid rehabilitation with a special interest in “difficult to fit” hearing losses.
Sam is an active member of the Audiology Australia and Independent Audiologists Australia.
Laura is a graduate of the Flinders University of South Australia and completed her training in the Masters of Audiology at the end of 2019.
She has over 20 years experience as a Paramedic with SA Ambulance, and continues to provide weekend assistance with the ambulance service. This experience led to her interest in hearing loss and balance disorders.
An active member of Audiology Australia, Independent Audiologists Australia and a committee member of CICADA Qld, she also involves herself with policy direction of these organisations.
Working at Adelaide Audiology performing baseline assessments, adult rehabilitation and supply & fitting of various custom hearing aids & plugs. Through Adelaide Audiology Laura also provides diagnostic and vestibular services to Dr Paul Varley at ENTSA. (see ‘Links’)
Laura is highly motivated to contribute to the improved hearing for the hearing impaired community and this has led her to create ‘The Ambient Menu’ website. (see ‘Links’) This award-winning website rates eateries depending on background noise and guides people to conversational friendly restaurants so they can relax, connect and enjoy social situations.
A recent winner (May 2023) of the Audiology Australia Internship Award, Laura is a prized member of the team at Adelaide Audiology.