Don’t neglect your hearing this 2019

February 16, 2019




Sydney-based audiologist, Emma Beedell joins eHealth Radio and the Hearing Health and Health News Channels to share what people misunderstand about their hearing and what it’s like to be an audiologist.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Emma Beedell discuss the following:

  1. Please tell the audience a bit about your background and how you ended up a leading audiologist?
  2. Much of our audience may not realise what acute hearing audiologists are experts in, could you tell us a little about the main reasons patients come to your clinic?
  3. What have you found is the biggest myth when it comes to ear wax removal for the average patient?
  4. Why are regular hearing tests important, and how often should we have our hearing tested?
  5. What advice would you give out audience to ensure that they don’t neglect their hearing in 2019?

Emma Beedell is an Audiologist, BSpHSc, MClinAud, MAudA(CCP).

Graduated from Macquarie University with a Bachelor of Speech and Hearing sciences and a Master of Clinical Audiology. ​

Emma has recently moved back home after working in Canberra for a few years. She enjoys working with clients of all ages but loves working with children.

Emma is passionate about providing information to clients to help them make informed decisions. She can support you through the hearing journey from testing to the fitting of a hearing aid, should it be necessary. Emma was a wide variety of knowledge across different products.

In her spare time, Emma enjoys a good book and taking her dog to the dog park.

Emma is an Audiology Australia accredited audiologist.

About Collective Care:

Located in Sydney’s rapidly growing north west (Bella Vista), our patients come to us from across the wider Sydney and New South Wales area. That’s because our clinics are led by trained and experienced medical staff. Our doctors and nurses are provided with ongoing mentoring, training, and development to ensure we are able to offer our patients the very best in care.

We also believe in the principle that quality healthcare should be accessible to all, so patients are offered access to Medicare rebatable service and reasonably priced consultations and procedures with one of our advanced trained General Practitioners.

For conditions that require the views of specialists or surgeons or other inter-speciality health professionals, our unique collective care case conferences give patients the reassurance of seeing their healthcare team connected to co-manage their condition with their collective expertise.





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New trends in 2019 for Medical Fitout & Interior Designs in Brisbane and Australia

January 5, 2019




Sonia Magliocchi, representing Dentec Medical Fitouts & Interior Design company based in Brisbane, Australia joins eHealth Radio and the Health Care & Health News Channels. Dentec have been providing Dental, Medical and Office Fitout and Interior design solutions for over 40 years experience and trusted by clients for Fitouts, Equipment Supply & Delivery and Service.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Sonia Magliocchi discuss the following:

  1. There seems to be an upward trend to Medical fitouts in Australia. Can you tell me why that might be the case?
  2. What are some of the medical reception interior design trends you notice your clients are interested in?
  3. What should your clients look out for in a medical fitout company?
  4. What other services do you provide for medical clinics?

Dentec is a Medical Fitout & Interior Design company based in Brisbane, Australia. Dentec have been providing Dental, Medical and Office Fitout and Interior design solutions for years.

Dentec is a family run business with over 40 years experience and trusted by clients for Fitouts, Equipment Supply & Delivery and Service. They service clients in major cities including Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Toowoomba, Noosa, Townsville, Bundaberg, Newcastle and Byron Bay.





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Collagen: A miracle from within

December 11, 2018




Ellen Emary from Inessa Healthcare, an Australian made and owned healthcare company specializing in optimizing your natural collagen production to provide various health benefits joins eHealth Radio and the Health News Channel.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Ellen Emary discuss the following:

  1. Can you tell me a bit about yourself and Inessa? What was the inspiration?
  2. Collagen supplements are becoming increasingly popular, and there is a lot of talk around marine collagen. Does ingested collagen actually work?
  3. Supplements are readily available now from any store. What is it that makes Inessa Healthcare different from other complimentary medicine solutions?
  4. Inessa has been on the market for 6 months now. How has the Collagen Plus line been received by consumers?

TIP: The best way to ensure your health is a holistic approach. Actively making choices to benefit your body and mind will lead to a better, longer, and more enjoyable life.


Inessa Healthcare is an Australian made and owned healthcare company. Inessa specializes in TGA approved and scientifically developed formulations designed to address a wide range of health and well being concerns. Inessa Healthcare provides premium healthcare solutions through optimizing the natural synthesis of collagen within the body.





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The new way to get hearing aids with Dr. Elaine Saunders

July 19, 2018




Dr. Elaine Saunders, audiologist, biomedical engineer, and Executive Chairman of award-winning Australian telehealth and hearing aid company, Blamey Saunders hears joins eHealth Radio and the Hearing Health Channel.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Elaine Saunders discuss the following:

  1. How does an online hearing solution work?
  2. How can you test hearing online?
  3. What can we expect in regards to the appearance of hearing aids today?
  4. Hearing aids are always quoted as very expensive - with premium devices upwards of $10k. Are they really worth that investment?
  5. If someone is starting to have trouble hearing in restaurants and some situations where it is noisy - what advantages would they get from having a hearing aid, most would rather just put up with it?

Tip: I suggest listeners get hearing aids as soon as they find difficulty hearing, in order to make sure the brain gets enough brain stimulation for hearing speech sounds


Dr. Elaine Saunders B.Sc., M.Sc. (Clinical Audiology), PhD, GAICD, Grad Dip Mgt. (Technology)

Dr. Elaine Saunders is co-founder and Executive Chairman of Blamey Saunders hears, a hearing aid and telehealth company.  Elaine is an advocate for people with hearing loss and aims to reduce the barriers to quality hearing care and hearing aids. Elaine was co-founder and former CEO of Dynamic Hearing Pty Ltd (now part of Cirrus Logic), a company which supplies award winning digital signal processing for ultra-low power chips for the hearing aid and Bluetooth headset industry.

In May 2018 the Blamey Saunders’ Australian designed and manufactured Facett™ modular hearing aid won the Australian Good Design of the Year Award, CSIRO Innovation Award and was Best in Class for the Social Impact and Medical/Scientific design categories.  It also won a Gold Medal at the Melbourne Design Awards and three Australian Information Industry Association iAwards.  In 2015 the Blamey Saunders IHearYou® self-fit hearing aid system received the Australian Good Design Award for Social Innovation.  Elaine’s recent personal awards include the BioMelbourne Network’s Women in Leadership Award (2015), AFR/Westpac’s 100 Women of Influence (2015) and the ATSE Clunies Ross Medal for Entrepreneur of the Year (2016).  She also led the Cooperative Research Centre team that developed a new electrode for Cochlear Ltd, leading to the company gaining the Australian Design Award in 2000.  

Elaine is Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology, Swinburne University and Chair of its Innovation Precinct Advisory Board.  She is a Non-Executive Director of the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF) and of the Australian Innovation Research Group (AIRG), and a former Non-Executive Director of Alfred Health.





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