Best Radiologist in Kilmore

Dr Ian Clare


Dr Ian Clare has worked almost exclusively in the north eastern suburbs of Melbourne and prior to joining
I-MED was a partner with Radar Medical Imaging. He has completed a Fellowship in MRI at the University of Rochester Medical Centre in New York.Dr Clare is an experienced general radiologist with a particular interest in MRI and prior to working with I-MED was the MRI Supervising Radiologist at Radar Medical Imaging.

Dr Travers Anderson


Dr Travers Anderson has worked almost exclusively in the north western region of Melbourne since 2007

and is currently the Principal Radiologist at John Fawkner Hospital, where he serves on the Medical Advisory Committee. Dr Travers Anderson has completed a Fellowship in musculoskeletal imaging. He is currently a serving member of the I-MED Victoria Clinical Management Committee. Dr Anderson is a general radiologist with special interests in MRI, musculoskeletal imaging and oncology imaging. He has considerable experience in image guided musculoskeletal and spinal injections. He performs a broad range of procedures including breast and body biopsies and vascular access. Dr Anderson is also trained in CT colonography and cardiac CTA.

Dr Mark Hamlin


Dr Hamlin  is the clinical director at Claremont Capital Radiology where he works as an interventional

and diagnostic radiologist with over 10 years experience. He also co-founded Imaging Central radiology in Claremont, Perth, and worked at PainSense interventional pain management clinic to providing expert treatment of spinal and non-spinal pain conditions. The procedures he performs include radiofrequency ablation for spinal conditions and Morton’s neuroma. Dr Hamlin is passionate about providing a high level of care and this extends to his consulting patients before and after their treatments.

Dr Behdin Abed


Dr Behdin Abed is a Consultant Radiologist, working full time at the Lake Imaging. Following completion

of a Medical Doctorate degree in 2003, he gained extensive work experience as a medical officer in various surgical and medical subspecialties as well as general practice. This includes three years of service registrar in Ear Nose and Throat and Head and Neck surgery departments. Upon successful completion of a Diploma of Surgical Anatomy and his radiology training at the University of Melbourne and Barwon Medical Imaging in Geelong, he completed a fellowship in breast imaging and had further training in MRI and CT Coronary Angiography. He has a special interest in musculoskeletal MRI as well as Head and Neck and Dental imaging.

Dr Ivor Berman


Dr. Ivor Berman  is a leading musculoskeletal radiologist and phlebologist (vein therapy). With over

15 years experience, Dr. Berman specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of musculoskeletal and sports injuries. The techniques of the procedures used have been carefully fine-tuned over the years so as to produce as little discomfort as possible. Dr Berman is a dual specialist: In addition to specialising in musculoskeletal radiology, Dr. Berman is also a leading phlebologist, treating people with painful and unsightly leg varicose and spider veins.

A/Prof Stephen Schlicht


A/Prof Schlicht graduated from the University of Melbourne. He has had a long professional relationship

at St Vincent’s Hospital, having been a medical student at the Clinical school and completing his resident and specialist radiology registrar training at the Hospital. Following completion of his radiology training Stephen undertook RACP/RANZCR accredited advanced training in Nuclear Medicine at the Royal Melbourne and Alfred Hospitals.

Dr Mineesh Datta


Dr Datta is a highly accomplished radiologist joining Imaging Associates in 2008 as a consultant and

founding partner. He has authored numerous papers and publications, presented widely to the industry and is committed to educational development. Mineesh graduated with Dean’s List Honours from the University of Adelaide in 1999. He quickly discovered that radiology was his passion and after completing his training as a radiology registrar at Monash Health, he went on to complete a Neuro/MSK/ MRI fellowship in 2006. He commenced as a consultant radiologist with Western Health in 2007.

Dr Marcus Pianta


Dr Marcus Pianta, MBBS FRANZCR, graduated from Monash University, Melbourne and completed his Radiology

training at The Alfred Hospital, which included an Interventional Fellowship followed by a second at the University of Alberta Hospital in Canada specialising in Musculoskeletal Imaging. Dr Pianta enjoys all subspecialties of Radiology and has particular interests in arthritis and musculoskeletal tumour imaging as well as performing a range of therapeutic and diagnostic procedures.

Dr. Kim New


Dr New graduated from the University of Melbourne and trained in Radiology at Monash Medical Centre.

He subsequently undertook subspecialty training in MRI and musculoskeletal radiology at the Canberra hospital. Dr New has been in radiology practice for 18 years as previous partners of Ballarat MRI, Western Medical Imaging and Lake Imaging and currently with New Medical Imaging. His areas of interest include MRI, Musculoskeletal radiology and interventional radiology.

Dr Larry Mak


Dr Lok Wong is a Radiologist at Southern Cross Medical Imaging based in Bundoora, Victoria. Lok received

a Bachelor of Medicine degree from University of Melbourne

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What exactly is a radiologist?

A radiologist is a physician who focuses on medical imaging. Radiologists use pictures like X-rays to diagnose, monitor, and treat a variety of illnesses and injuries.

Radiologists aren’t the same as radiographers. Despite the fact that they both work with medical imaging, radiographers are the ones who operate the equipment.

Diagnostic radiologists and medical physicists are two separate categories of radiologists.

What are the responsibilities of a radiologist?

Radiologists can work in a variety of settings, including clinics, hospitals, and universities. Radiologists work in a variety of settings, depending on their specialisation.

Radiologists use a variety of medical imaging techniques, including:

computed tomography (CT) scans
MRI scans
positron emission tomography (PET) scans
nuclear medicine
fusion imaging

Are radiologists medical professionals?
Radiologists are medical professionals who specialise in imaging. They undertake some of the same tasks as a family doctor, such as diagnosing and monitoring treatment, but most radiologists do not work with patients directly.

Radiologists aren’t the same as radiographers. Radiographers are in charge of operating medical imaging equipment but not of interpreting the results.

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