Best Radiologist in Sunshine Coast

Dr. Richard Langford


Dr. Richard Langford qualified as a consultant radiologist in South Africa in 1988. Prior to establishing
X-Ray & Imaging in 2004, Dr. Langford was the Director of Radiology at Nambour General Hospital. With over 30 years of international consulting experience, Dr. Langford has a reputation for being an approachable radiologist who provides the highest standards in diagnostic radiology reporting.

Dr Jonathan Langton


Dr Langton graduated from the University of Aberdeen School of Medicine, Scotland in 2005. He worked

internationally, gaining invaluable experience in a wide range of medical and surgical disciplines. As a dual trained specialist, he is member of both the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiology and an EBIR qualified member of the Interventional Radiology Society of Australia. He is skilled in endovascular surgery and a full complement of pain management and interventional procedures. He also works as a consultant at SCUH, with a passion for the treatment of acute bleeding, vascular malformations and venous reconstruction. When he is not working he enjoys annoying his neighbour, spending time with his family, sailing and living on the Sunshine Coast.

Dr Peter Wakefield


Dr Peter Wakefield studied medicine at the University of Queensland and undertook his radiology training

at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. He gained admittance to RANZCR in 2008, following the completion of a Musculoskeletal fellowship. As a staff specialist radiologist at Nambour General Hospital, Dr Wakefield’s duties cover a wide range of sub-specialty areas utilising all modalities, including MRI. His skills and knowledge of radiology is continually updated through his contribution to the registrar training program and his leadership at regular radiology meetings at Nambour General Hospital.

Dr. Tevita Taka


Dr. Tevita Taka grew up between New Zealand & Fiji before completing his medical training at Otago Medical

School. Tevita obtained his RANZCR fellowship at Dunedin Hospital in 2010, before relocating to Australia and joining X-Ray & Imaging in 2011.

Dr Sean O'Connor


Dr O’Connor is a graduate of University of Queensland (Medicine). He completed a three-year post graduate

residency at Nambour General Hospital, including six months in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. He was also the Managing Radiologist at the Women’s Imaging Centre at Kawana Private Hospital before going into private practice.

Dr Colin Dicks


Dr Colin Dicks completed schooling in Johannesburg, South Africa before completing an undergraduate

medical degree at the University of Pretoria in 1990. Dr Dicks then completed a Master of Medicine (Radiation Oncology) in 1998.  After graduating in South Africa, he moved to New Zealand where he completed the Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (FRANZCR) qualification and Diploma in Palliative Medicine (Cardiff). Following his return to South Africa for a year, Dr Dicks was offered a position on the Sunshine Coast, where he has been practising as a radiation oncologist since 2004. Since then he has completed a Masters of Business Administration (MBA), published a book, ‘About Dying: How to live in the face of death’ and developed a website that addresses the challenges around death and dying.

Dr Nadira Abid Ali


Dr Abid Ali is a radiologist at Wimmera Base Hospital in Horsham, Victoria. She attained her Bachelor

of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from Dow Medical College in Karachi, Pakistan, in 2001, before completing advanced training in Cross-Sectional Neuro Radiology and Body Imaging at Jinnah Post Graduate Medical Centre.

Dr. Lisa Sorger


Dr Sorger graduated from the University of Western Australia and trained as a radiologist with special

interests in women’s and body imaging. She has extensive experience as a radiologist, director of medical services and a clinical leader for over 15 years in Australia and the United Kingdom; most recently in lead clinical roles in Western Australia and the Northern Territory.

Dr Drew McMenamin


Dr Drew graduated from the University of Queensland in 1999, before completing his radiology training

at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane. After being awarded the Uhr Clarke Bursary by the RANZCR in 2006, Drew undertook further training in MRI at the Gold Coast Hospital before completing US fellowships in Musculoskeletal and Sports Imaging at the University of Washington, and Breast Imaging and Breast MRI at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. He completed his Level B CT Coronary Angiography Accreditation in 2010. Drew is a Senior Lecturer with the University of Queensland.

Dr Murray Bartlett


Dr Murray Bartlett is a Paediatric Radiologist, trained locally at Monash University graduating with

Honours. He entered the Paediatric Physician Training Scheme and spent five years in Paediatric Medicine at paediatric centres in both Melbourne and Perth. Murray then entered radiology training in Perth and, on completion, progressed to Sydney’s Westmead Children’s Hospital for fellowship training. Finally, he moved to his home base of Melbourne to work at Cabrini and Frankston Private as well as a consultant at the Royal Children’s Hospital. Murray has written a number of publications and has presented work in the USA and Europe on several occasions.

If you find yourself to be in a situation where finding the best Sunshine Coast Radiologist this. Below is a list of the top Radiologist in Sunshine Coast. To help you find the best Radiologist Sunshine Coast located near to you, we put together our own Sunshine Coast Radiologist list based on patient reviews.

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.

Get Featured Popup