• "With Ultimate Kiosks' Hearing Screening Solutions, we have seen a great rise in interest and booked appointments in our clinics."
    Mark Rodgers, Hear Now Niagara

Errol Davis - Director and Chief Audiologist

Errol has been an Assistant Professor in the department of Otolaryngology at the University of Toronto, Audiologist-in-Chief at the Toronto General Hospital, Director of Audiology at The Canadian Hearing Society and Chief Audiologist at Gulf Canada. He has also maintained a private clinical practice and a hearing aid dispensing practice with several ENTs over 30 years. He has served in numerous consulting capacities in medical, government agencies, the hearing aid industry, public schools and industrial hearing conservation programs. He was the first to apply artificial intelligence in the form of polynomials and confidence coefficients for the classification of hearing using advanced computer technologies. The classification systems and other computer technologies developed by Errol are used for the self-assessment of hearing that Ultimate Kiosk currently employs. Errol holds degrees in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology from Western Michigan University and Michigan State University.


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