Carri Johnson AuD, Reg. CASLPO
Doctor of Audiology, Owner/Operator
Doctorate of Audiology, Salus University (2010)
Masters of Science (Audiology), Ithaca College (1996)
Bachelor of Science (Neuroscience), Laurentian University (1992)
Carri received an academic scholarship to attend Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY where she graduated at the top of her class with a Master of Science in Audiology. Upon graduating, she was hired as Canada Hearing Centre’s first audiologist, taking on the role of senior audiologist for several offices in Toronto and Kingston. She founded Near North Hearing Centre in October 2002 after moving home to North Bay to live in a vibrant community and to be closer to family. Carri is North Bay’s only Doctor of Audiology and enjoys having a patient-centred, community-based, independent practice.
She has participated in the promotion of the field of audiology as a lecturer/instructor, preceptor/mentor with Georgian College, the Northern Ontario School of Medicine, CTS/CCC, Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic School Board and several community businesses and groups.
Carri remains active in the promotion of and education about audiology though her work with the Canadian Academy of Audiology as Conference Chair, Board member, Third Party Committee Chair and President. Over the years she has also mentored many audiology students and new grads. She has provided work experience to students looking to pursue an education as audiologists and communicative disorders assistants as well as, foreign trained audiologists and speech-language-pathologists.
When not working, Carri can be found working with many community groups including Dressing Room Collective, Gateway Theatre Guild, Can-Do Theatre, Rotary Club of Nipissing, AIDS Committee of North Bay and Area. She also enjoys all the activities and events that North Bay and Area has to offer.