I have Oticon OPN1s that I purchased last September and today I went in for my 6 month check up, which included a hearing test, cleaning my pair of OPNs, and optimizing my program (no changes were needed because my hearing loss hasn’t changed).
Everything went fine—except the audiologist who originally evaluated my hearing loss, and recommended and programmed my OPNs had left the “clinic”, which is now staffed with two hearing specialists and a receptionist.
Should I be concerned that no one at this audiology clinic has an audiology degree or advanced training? They are very nice and so far they haven’t had to do much. I’m thinking about going with the status quo until I need to purchase new aids in 5 or so years. What would you do? Am I being an audio snob?