Kay graduated from Soka University of America in 2015 and has passionately worked in the field of audio engineering and the performing arts for the past ten years. In late 2016, he came across audiology after some research following a concern with his own hearing. Kay began volunteering at Providence Speech and Hearing Center in Orange twice a week and thoroughly enjoyed working alongside his remarkable colleagues towards improving the hearing health of the community. He was soon hired as an assistant for the adult audiology department where he worked for four truly rewarding years establishing strong relationships with patients and developing efficient means of operating the clinic. Driven by audiology’s constantly evolving technological implementations in the clinic and its critical socio-psychological impacts on patients, Kay continues to strive for excellence in hearing healthcare every day at The House Clinic.
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