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We help people with hearing concerns fully participate in life through the gift of improved hearing.
Casey Hearing is owned and operated by Khatija Halabi. She has 20 years experience as an audiologist working both overseas and in Australia. Having worked in schools, with families and as part of multidisciplinary teams, she has an understanding of patients outside the clinic walls. Her involvement with various community-based projects helps her provide a holistic approach to her work, recognising her patients as individuals living in unique environments.
Khatija consults on the same day as an Ear Nose and Throat specialist who visits Lakeside Precinct Specialist Suites monthly. This collaboration ensures a comprehensive diagnostic assessment, when specialist opinion is required.
Our mission is to help people with hearing concerns fully participate in life through the gift of improved hearing. Empowering our patients to identify their listening and communication goals and working out customised solutions to achieve those goals is at the heart of everything we do.
The philosophy at Casey Hearing is to provide audiological services in a private setting with strict considerations of the ethics involved. The audiologist complies with the code of ethics set by the professional association, Audiology Australia.
At Casey Hearing, we will not recommend any audiological services, including hearing aid fitting, unless it is clearly indicated.
We do not accept any incentives, such as gifts or travel, from any hearing aid manufacturer. We are not allied with any manufacturer and are not under any obligation to fit a particular brand of hearing aid.
Our clinician does not receive commission or bonuses for hearing aids sold or fitted. When we recommend a certain brand, you can be assured that this is because we have researched the benefits, not because of any obligation or discount.
Our team members are highly qualified and love what they do.
Director & Audiologist
Khatija Halabi has a dual qualification in Speech Pathology and Audiology. She holds a Masters Degree in Audiology and is the only certified Dangerous Decibels educator in Victoria. Her why is Connectedness. At Casey Hearing we help people with hearing concerns fully participate in life through the gift of improved hearing so they can stay connected with their loved ones and the activities they enjoy. This extends to her work in community where she strives to help migrant women and young people connect with the wider community.
She is the founder and current Vice President of United Muslim Sisters of Latrobe Valley (UMSLV). She was a mentor in Leadership Victoria New and Emerging Communities Leadership Program. She has presented at the African Diaspora Women’s Summit as well as an Empowering African Australian Women Through Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship Development Program, a City of Melbourne initiative in collaboration with RMIT University. Khatija is also a member of Business Networking International (BNI) Pakenham Achievers Chapter.
Jemma’s is the friendly voice patients hear on the other side of the telephone when booking their appointments. She likes being associated with Casey Hearing because she is happy to help people. Jemma is our patients’ first point of call. She sees them before and after their appointments and also calls our hearing aid patients during appointments to ensure they can hear well over the telephone. She loves seeing patients’ reactions after they have had wax removal or hearing aids fitted. They talk to her about how they can hear again or question the music playing in the waiting area that they hadn’t heard before. Jemma likes seeing the improved quality of life that hearing can bring.
Nafeesa is a passionate and hard working individual who is always willing to gain a diverse range of skills. She has a passion for data analysis.
She is currently working at Casey Hearing as a Claims assistant and has learnt about the different types of hearing aids. She submits the claims for our pensioner patients and is also currently working on some data analysis on different aspects for the clinic.
Nafeesa enjoys getting involved with Casey Hearing’s community initiatives. She has managed information stalls and conducted hearing screenings at a networking event and at the African Diaspora Women’s Summit. She also assists Federation University students who have placements at Casey Hearing for their work integrated learning projects.
Lubna ensures that we run a paperless office! Her computing ability and knowledge comes in very handy when we have certain technical issues. Lubna helps with general administration of the practice. She has a strong work ethic and is always looking to do more. She likes that she can marry her passion for research, her computing knowledge and her creativity when tackling tasks.
She likes that Casey Hearing is a family-friendly practice and offers flexible working hours. She enjoys research and is delighted that she can do that remotely, from home.