Dr. Melvin Chew
has fellowship training in general MRI at Westmead Hospital and a Cardiac CT fellowship from Germany. Dr Chew is highly skilled in interventional procedures and he has particular interests in musculoskeletal, cardiac and body imaging.
Dr. Pradnya Dugal
is a dual radiology gold medalist. Dr Dugal trained through Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, and has fellowship experience at New York University and Thomas Jefferson University in the USA, particularly in cardiac and musculoskeletal imaging. She also has an interest in women’s imaging.
Dr. Tej Dugal
is a dual fellowship trained radiologist at Royal North Shore Hospital and the Hospital for Special Surgery, New York - with interest in musculoskeletal and neuroradiology. Dr Dugal also has subspecialty expertise in cardiac imaging, with emphasis on multi-detector CT.
Dr. Craig Harris
is dual fellowship trained radiologist in musculoskeletal imaging including intervention, from the University of Toronto and a general MRI fellowship at Westmead Hospital. He has extensive experience in sports medicine imaging and general radiology.
Dr. Brian Lam
is a dual fellowship trained radiologist with a general MRI fellowship at Albury and a two year musculoskeletal fellowship at the University of Toronto. He is highly skilled in interventional procedures with particular interest in sports medicine and arthritis imaging.
Dr. John Ly
has dual radiology fellowships in neuroradiology from the University of Washington in Seattle and body imaging from the Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago. Dr Ly has a particular interest in neuroradiology, head and neck imaging as well as breast imaging.
Dr. Albert Goh
MBBS BSc (MED)FRANZCR
has post graduate fellowship training in peripheral vascular, body intervention and interventional neuroradiology. He is also a respected member of the interventional radiology society of Australasia and sits on the panel of clinical experts for the Department of Health and Ageing.
Dr. Warwick Thomas
has trained at Prince of Wales and Sydney Children’s Hospitals, before completing a clinical fellowship in cross-sectional imaging at The University of Toronto. He has experience working as a radiologist in regional Australia and Canada, and has a particular interest in abdominal and pelvic imaging.
Dr. Richard Wing
trained at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and has fellowship experience at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. He was formerly a partner at Canberra Imaging Group, a VMO to the Greater Southern Area Health Service, Medical Director of Imaging at Goulburn Base Hospital, a VMO to ACT Health including Calvary Hospital and ACT Breastscreen and was also a VMO to Breastscreen Tasmania. He has interests in General Radiology and Women's Imaging.
Dr. Tariq Khalil
trained at Westmead Hospital, with triple radiology fellowships in Interventional radiology at The Canberra Hospital, MRI at St George Hospital and Hepatobilliary Radiology at Kings Hospital London. He has worked as a consultant radiologist in Australia and London.
Dr. Irene Tan
is a dual fellowship trained radiologist with a general MRI fellowship at Westmead Hospital and a two year neuroradiology fellowship at the University of Toronto. She has particular interest in stroke, head and neck imaging. She is also a staff specialist neuroradiologist at Concord Repatriation General Hospital.
Dr. David Kang
has completed 2 years surgical training prior to commencing radiology training in 2010 at Royal North Shore Hospital. David has obtained general/MRI fellowship at ST Vincent's Private Hospital Melbourne and has interests in general and abdominal radiology.
Dr. Thien Huynh
is a Nuclear Medicine physician. Previously trained in general medicine and geriatrics at Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital, before completing nuclear medicine training at Bankstown and Royal North Shore Hospitals. He has a special interest in Musculoskeletal Medicine.