My name is Maria Elisa Goulart – you can call me Lisa.
My passion is to help people with any concerns they have about their hearing – from hearing impairment to hearing loss prevention.
As an independent audiology clinic, Goulart Hearing knows the importance of taking the time to really understand your personal hearing needs, lifestyle and budget requirements.
We have no financial links or preferential supply arrangements with any hearing aid manufacturer, allowing us to fit the hearing aids you actually need, at competitive prices.
“My mission is to provide the highest levels of hearing health care, protection, diagnosis, intervention and rehabilitation for adults and children with different hearing loss and needs.” Lisa Goulart
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I completed my degree in Audiology and Speech and Language Therapy in Brazil in 2002 before moving to the U.K., where I spent four years of my career. While in London, I worked at The Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital and The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in Queen Square.
Since moving to New Zealand in 2005 to follow my kiwi partner I have been practicing a variety of general adult and paediatric audiology. With 5 years at Starship Children’s Hospital and 6 years with Bay Audiology, I have extensive experience with a wide variety of patients – from very young babies to people over 100 years old!
A one year contract at Phonak, one of the world’s leading hearing aid manufacturers, was a great knowledge boost for my understanding of how hearing aids operate technically and how to provide optimum after sales support and service.
I have now been operating my own clinic, in between maternity leave, since 2014. I am also a director and co-founder of the New Zealand Dizziness and Balance Centre on the North Shore. So if you suffer from balance problems or know someone that does I can also help with this.
My passion is to travel, spend time with family, exercise, and support Brazil in the Soccer World Cup and the All Blacks in the Rugby World Cup!
Hope to see you soon.