Who We Are
Founded in 2005, Enhanced Hearing Centres was established with the goal of providing accessibility, professionalism and high quality service to anyone seeking hearing healthcare in the Winnipeg area and beyond. With these goals in mind, Enhanced Hearing Centres has flourished with multiple locations across 2 provinces.
At the Enhanced Hearing Centres, throughout Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario, you can find the best team of Audiologists, Hearing Instrument Specialists, Licensed Industrial Audiometric Technicians and top notch Administrative support staff.
Our mission is to enhance the life of our clients through better hearing.
Jackie McCormick; B.Sc., M.Cl.Sc., Au. D., Audiologist
Jackie joined the EHC team in March of 2010, and is our Audiologist overseeing the EHC clinics in the Fort Frances region of Northwestern Ontario. She brings with her not only expert knowledge in the Hearing Healthcare field, but also a passion for improving people's quality of life. Jackie began her education by receiving her Bachelor of Science Degree from Lakehead University. She then became a graduate of The University of Western Ontario, with a Masters of Clinical Science Degree in Audiology. Jackie then went on to be recognized as a Doctor of Audiology from Salus University. When not working, Jackie enjoys spending time with her family, is an avid curler, and spends as much time outside as possible in the summer months.
Karina Izbizky; B.A., M.Sc., Audiologist
Karina is our Audiologist supervising the EHC clinics located in Southern Manitoba. Having a family member with a hearing impairment motivated Karina at a very early age to work in the Hearing Healthcare field. Karina began her career by receiving her Bachelor of Arts at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and continued on to her Masters of Sciences Degree at Iberoamerica University of Columbia, majoring in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Karina has worked extensively with the Deaf and hard of hearing community, where she gained vast knowledge and experience in counseling and rehabilitation for those with hearing impairments or hearing loss. She has received her Level 6 in American Sign Language and is a full member of the Manitoba Speech and Hearing Association and the Canadian Academy of Audiology. Karina joined the EHC team in 2008 and demonstrates not just a desire to help improve a person's hearing, but to also help improve their ability to communicate with their friends and loved ones.
Tanya Altman; B.H.Sc., M.Cl.Sc., Audiologist
Tanya supervises our Dryden and Sioux Lookout clinics in Northwestern Ontario. Having an interest in health and wellness, Tanya began her career by receiving her Undergraduate Degree in Health Sciences at The University of Western Ontario. Recognizing the detrimental effects hearing disabilities have on an individual's physical and emotional health, Tanya was inspired to join the Hearing Healthcare field. She pursued a Masters degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders and received her Audiology Degree shortly after. Tanya joined the EHC team in 2010 and remains a strong proponent of good health. As a healthy living practitioner, Tanya spends her time away from the office running half marathons, camping, fishing and enjoying the great outdoors.
Hearing Instrument Specialists
Trisha Grenier; BC-HIS
Trisha has been a member of the EHC team since 2009, and works at our Steinbach clinic. She graduated with honors from the Grant MacEwan University Hearing Aid Practitioner program in 2011, and has since written her licensing exams to become a Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist. Trisha came into the Hearing Healthcare field with a drive to not just change, but to improve people's lives. It isn't just knowledge and skill that Trisha brings to the EHC team; she also brings passion and enthusiasm for helping others.
D'Arcy Forrest; BC-HIS
D’Arcy, having a long time passion for helping others, began her career in healthcare seeking a degree in nursing. After joining the EHC team in 2009 as administrative support, D’Arcy’s drive to help others shifted her attention away from nursing and refocused it on hearing healthcare. Shortly thereafter, she enrolled at Grant MacEwan to become a Hearing Instrument Specialist. D’Arcy graduated with honours from Grant MacEwan in 2012, and recently passed the provincial examinations to become Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences. Outside of the office, D’Arcy is an avid curler, enjoys camping, the outdoors and loves playing with her dog, Quazzy.