Fred Vivian

I first noticed that my hearing was decreased in 1986. I was working for the Earth Sciences Department at Memorial University and noticed I couldn’t hear across the table. A hearing test revealed I had a significant hearing loss and was subsequently fit with hearing aids. I have since had my hearing aids replaced every five or so years. During that time Parrott’s Hearing Clinic grew and became very well established in the community for quality professional care and client satisfaction.

In 2008, I met Dr. Erin Squarey. Dr. Parrott told me that she was retiring and Erin was taking over the practice. Given Erin’s previous work experience as an audiologist for a major hearing aid manufacturer, she was able to thoroughly explain all the options and technology available to treat my hearing loss and lifestyle. My new hearing aids allow me to hear the tv, music, telephone and inflight movies and I couldn’t be happier. In fact, I am so pleased I have referred many people in to Dr. Squarey.

For over twenty years, I have received the highest level of quality professional services and total satisfaction. I always enjoy my visits even if it’s just for a cup of coffee. Dr. Squarey has continued to maintain the high standards of the clinic and further improve services and communications with its patients.

Fred Vivian