Jay is specialist in hearing and balance disorders. He has a doctorate degree in audiology and more than 10 years of experience of working in both NHS and private sector in United Kingdom. Before moving to Kent three years ago, he lived in London and worked in most of the major speciality and super speciality hospitals there. This included Great Ormond Street Hospital, Royal National ENT Hospital, Charing Cross Hospital, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital and St Georges Hospital etc. He has also worked in various private settings including Harley Street, Wellington hospital and London Bridge hospital.
In his NHS practice, he currently leads a team of paediatric audiologists with Kent Community Health. His audiology services are well recognised in the area. In fact, for his contribution to audiology, he won the ‘audiologist of the year’ award by an independent charity called Kent Deaf Children’s Society in 2013. He is also member of Kent Community Health’s trustwide ‘Fall prevention’ committee and ‘clinical audit’ subgroup.
Jay is a member of the prestigious national level Service Quality Committee of British Academy of Audiologists (BAA). This committee has a role to monitor and maintain the standards of audiology practice throughout the UK via the largest body of audiolgists i.e. BAA.
Jay has keen interest in academics and research. He has various national and international publications to his credit. He is often asked to deliver lectures at various national and international conferences, seminars etc. He has been involved in organising various audiology related courses regularly.