Feb 26, 2017

Intorduce yourself to others!


Edited: Feb 26, 2017

Start by starting your own post in this forum. I will start! Hello everyone! My name is Nichole Kingham. I am an Audiologist and have a passion for speaking and training. I think audiologists in Audiology private practices and ENT's have the best opportunities to utilize Audiology Assistants in their practices. I am married and together we have 8 kids! Yes, 8!

My husband loves to ride motorcycles and I enjoy riding with him when the weather is warmer. I hope to meet all of you in the future and I hope you enjoy your new role of either an Audiology Assistant or the proud employer/supervisor.


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  • drkingham
    Feb 25, 2017

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