Dr. Annette Stephenson is the first Caymanian Doctor of Audiology and is a graduate of Nova Southeastern University (2005).
Dr. Stephenson is a Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and Board Certified by the American Board of Audiology. She is Certified in Vestibular Assessment by the American Institute of Balance and also certified by Neuromonics Tinnitus Management and Tinnitus Retraining Therapy.
She established Cayman Hearing Center in 2007 to fill a much needed area that was lacking by providing complete hearing healthcare services to the island.
Dr. Stephenson offers educational seminars for physicians and patients and is a trusted hearing healthcare specialist. Her clinical philosophy is one of individualized care and attention with a personal touch for all patients.
In recognition of her extraordinary contributions to health services in the Cayman Islands, she was awarded with the Emerging Pioneer Award from the Cayman Islands Ministry of Health.
Stine Lawton-Smith is a fully qualified Audiologist. She is a Danish National who studied Audiology in Southampton and Edinburgh in the UK before being employed in the UK National Health Service. While in the UK, Stine worked in the full range of clinical, audiological settings and was accredited by the UK Registration Council for Clinical Physiologists.
Before moving to Grand Cayman with her family in 2016, Stine worked in audiological departments of hospitals in the UK including Glasgow, Dundee, Edinburgh and most recently, in the Freeman Hospital, Newcastle-upon-Tyne and it's outlying clinics.