Our Team

Mr Christopher Deguara

Christopher Deguara

Mr Christopher Deguara is Owner and Managing Director of Caures Hearing     Solutions Malta. Mr Deguara received his B.Sc Honours in Physiological Measurements from Middlesex University in London, PQD Health Services Management and M.Sc   Audiology from University of Malta.

With  over  25 years  experience  in  National  and Private Health Sectors delivering services   both   in   local   and   international   Health  organisations. He is now responsible     to    manage  optimum    and    professional  Hearing  solutions   complimented with a team of  Health Care Professionals in the ENT—Otolaryngology, Audiology Communication and Occupation Therapy disciplines.

Mr Deguara is a Registered Audiologist to practice in Malta and within the        European Union, Committee member of the Malta Audiologist Association, British Academy of Audiology and British Tinnitus Association.

Mr Ben Moussa Imed


Mr Ben Moussa MD (Melit.) , MRCS (Edin), DOHNS, MSC Audiology (Melit), EBE, ORL-HNS (Vienna). Mr Ben Moussa graduated in University of Malta in 2010.        Practicing since 2014  in ENT, dizziness consultations for paediatrics and adults. Received his Masters Degree in Audiology from the University of Malta in 2018 and Specialised in otolaryngology in Vienna. He is currently full time ENT Surgeon at    Mater Dei hospital. Mr. Imed Ben Moussa speaks English, Maltese, French, Italian and Arabic fluently.

Dr Grech Ryan Wiliam


MD (Melit.), MRCS (Edin.), M.Sc. (Edin.), DOHNS (Edin.), EBE-ORL-HNS (Vienna)

Dr Grech  received his Doctorate in  Medicine and Surgery in 2011 from the University  of  Malta.  Dr  Grech is currently specialising in ENT, dizziness consultations for paediatrics and adults after 4 years of housemanship and general surgery training in Mater Dei Hospital. During this time he obtained the Membership to the Royal College of Surgeons and M.Sc.  from    the  University of Edinburgh. Mr   Grech passed his European Board certification  in   ENT  in  Vienna and is currently also reading for a Master’s degree in Audiology.

Ms Edwina Gouder


Ms Edwina  Gouder graduated with honours in 2006 and is   currently       reading for a Masters degree. As a Speech Language Pathologist, she is        responsible for diagnosing communication difficulties in children and adults, and implementing therapy programs to help her clients achieve their           potential. Edwina has worked in a variety of settings including community clinics, mainstream schools and schools for children with special needs,      hospitals and homes for the elderly. She has gained experience in helping clients with a variety of communication difficulties, including but not limited to ASD,   various syndromes, fluency problems, language delay, articulation difficulties as well as dementia and aphasia.

Ms Charlene Magri


Ms. Charlene Magri is a senior allied health professional reading a degree in B.Sc (Hons) Communication Therapy and a masters in Audiology and has been working with the Primary Health Care Malta since 2012. She has been engaged mostly with pediatric case load which is also an area of interest. Her interests are mostly related to literacy, speech and language disorders and hearing    impairment. Ms Magri is also a clinical educator with University of Malta which mainly involves clinical training of speech and language therapy students.

Ms Maria Mizzi


Ms Maria Mizzi is an Occupational Therapist (OT) who has completed her studies at the University of Malta in 2013. In December 2013, she has     started her career as a paediatric OT at the Inspire Foundation. She has worked in different programmes to promote and enhance independence in everyday living for children with disabilities. In 2017, Maria has been chosen to start a new service in Malta within Church Schools which is that of school-based occupational therapist. So far, she has been the only therapist providing this service within church schools. Currently, she is doing a       Masters in Management at the University of Chester, from which she will be              graduating in 2020. Maria strives to be the voice of children and adolescents and her main advocacy is to help everyone live life to its fullest.