Dr. Graham Day worked for the NHS as a Consultant Audiologist in Manchester for more than 20 years.
For 4 years he was in charge of Audiology at CMMC (Manchester Royal Infirmary) and for 16 years he was in charge of Audiology at UHSM (South Manchester). In both cases he was employed to make major changes to the structure of these Departments and introduced many new techniques and practices. His work involved all aspects of Audiology including audio-vestibular and paediatrics. For 16 years he supervised the training of post-graduate clinical scientists in Audiology across the North-West. This included lecturing at both the University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University where I was Honorary Lecturer.
Previously he worked in Glasgow and spent 6 years researching for the Medical Research Council with 3 years specialising in hearing research. His initial degree was in Electronics and together with my PhD in Medical Engineering he has a broad knowledge of medical electronic solutions. This has led him to have a keen interest in hearing aid technology.
He has run his own Private Hearing Aid Service for the last 20 years, initially from his base at Withington Community Hospital and now from bases in Manchester and Cheshire.
Dr. Day’s practice at Old Hall Clinic involves solutions for hearing loss including hearing aids.