Staff and Directors

Staff and Directors

Our staff are our most important asset. Their expertise and dedication ensure our clients always receive complete hearing health care. At Neurosensory, we only employ the most highly qualified hearing health professionals who work closely with over 60 aligned ENT surgeons, as part of a dynamic hearing health care team.

All our clinical staff are members of their respective professional bodies and are required to undertake continuing professional education, and to abide by the Code of Ethics of those bodies. Our team also works closely with our advisory medical specialists, all of whom are Ear, Nose and Throat doctors.

Our clinicians are supported by administration and our client care team, with oversight provided by a dedicated management team.

All the directors of Neurosensory are independent, and bring a broad range of expertise to the governance of the Company. From business, law and medicine, our directors are characteristic of the ethical and professional nature of Neurosensory.

Mr Stephen Lonie - Independent Chairman

Stephen Lonie is a Chartered Accountant, and was, for many years, a Partner with the leading international accounting and consulting firm, KPMG, where he was also Managing Partner until his retirement from KPMG in 2002.

Stephen has since operated his own management consultancy practice, where he assists businesses with planning, corporate governance, management, commercial negotiations and transactions management.

He is also a Director of a number of other corporations including listed corporations MyState Limited and Corporate Travel Management Limited. He is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Queensland Business School.

Mr David Jacobson - Independent Director

David Jacobson is a commercial and corporate lawyer with more than 30 years of legal practice experience.

He is the principal of Bright Law.

He provides particular insight regarding business transactions, regulatory compliance and the provision of professional services.

David was previously a member of the Podiatrists Board of Queensland.

Dr Ross Harrington - Medical Director

Dr Ross Harrington is an ENT surgeon in Toowoomba and maintains a generalist practice in this provincial setting.

He is a Senior Visiting Medical Officer to the Toowoomba General Hospital, member of the AMA, ASOHNS and FRACS. He is a member also of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Dr Harrington recently resumed the Directorship of the Company after having served in this capacity in the early 1990s.

Dr Anthony Parker - Medical Director

Dr Tony Parker is an ENT surgeon and a longstanding Director of the Company.

His memberships include AMA, ASOHNS and he is the current Chair of the Mater Hospital ENT Department and Cochlear Implant Centre.

Dr Parker practices in paediatrics and adults, providing public and private clinics and is renowned for his Cochlear implant expertise.

Assoc Prof Bernie Lyons - Medical Director

Bernie Lyons is an Otolaryngologist, specialising in Head and Neck Surgery. He is a senior member of a large private practice in Melbourne providing a broad range of ENT services, called Ear, Nose and Throat Victoria. He is also a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery at The University of Melbourne as well as a Director of ENT Head and Neck Survey St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne.

Ms Nina Quinn - Chief Executive Officer
Nina Quinn is a graduate of the University of Queensland and began her audiological career with diagnostic audiology experience at the Mater Hospital, Royal Children’s Hospital and Queensland Neuro-Otology Clinic, before moving to Australian Hearing, initially as the Brisbane District Manager and, later, Regional Manager for Victoria, Tasmania and New South Wales. She then participated in the successful establishment of the Neuromonics Pty Ltd Company as its inaugural Clinical Director and helped take that venture capital start-up to its international launch in 2007.  Nina has also held the position of Federal Executive Councillor, Audiological Society of Australia (2002-2005) and has participated in various task forces and reviews for the continuing development of hearing health public policy and professional audiology standards. She has also performed a variety of guest lecturing and spokesperson roles in her career. Nina has commenced her Master of Business Administration and is Graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.