About Mrs Lamb
At Benenden Hospital I work in the Ear Nose and Throat service seeing hearing-impaired patients where I provide pure tone testing and tympanometry.
I started work in 1985 at Maidstone Ophthalmic and Aural Hospital as a student audiologist working within the department whilst I studied one day a week in London. I left Maidstone Hospital as a senior audiologist to move to Germany where my husband was relocated with his employment. There I worked in a school as a teacher’s assistant.
On returning to England in 2000 I successfully gained employment at Addenbrooke’s NHS Trust as a senior audiologist where I am currently employed. I am a member of the tinnitus, NF2, adult and paediatric teams. As part of the NF2 team I perform the testing for patients, as such my name is included in research papers for the National group.
I provide specialist clinical services for a variety of audiology clinics in the NHS such as the learning disability (LD) clinic, tinnitus, neurofibromatosis 2 (NF2) clinic, unilateral or profound hearing loss and the paediatric clinics. The range of specialist clinics has enabled me to be a versatile clinician and provided me with knowledge across these specialities which can used throughout the specialties.
I live with my husband and two grown up children and I enjoy playing hockey, playing pickle ball and regularly trying to run 5km very slowly!
I have the following professional qualifications:
- Audiology Technician's Training Course
- The Institute of Laryngology and Otology in association with The Royal
- National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital Pass 1989