Best Radiologist in Wollongong

Dr. Glen Schlaphoff


Dr Glen Schlaphoff is an experienced Interventional Radiologist and has been a Senior Staff Specialist
in Liverpool Hospital since 2001. He has been the HOD of Radiology since 2005 to 2015 and involved with the redevelopment of Liverpool Hospital.  During this redevelopment, he was involved in redesigning the Radiology department and pioneered the concept of the creation of a Department of Interventional Radiology. He is currently the Head of Department of Interventional Radiology at Liverpool Hospital. He is a founder partner of Spectrum Medical Imaging, a large high end, sub-specialist private radiology practice with multiple branches in the East and West of Sydney.

Dr Ray Blumgart


Dr. Ray Blumgart graduated in Diagnostic Radiology in 1984 and immigrated to Australia in 1986. He holds

both the South African and Australian Fellowships. Since graduating he has embraced the incredible developing technologies of digital imaging, ultrasound, CT and MRI.- Dr. Blumgart has over the years developed an interest in many aspects of Diagnostic Imaging including Breast Imaging and Musculoskeletal.   Image guided injections for Musculoskeletal diseases has become an important and interesting aspect of his work.

Dr James Linklater OAM


Dr James Linklater undertook his undergraduate degree at the University of New South Wales and his radiology

training at Concord, Royal North Shore and Royal Prince Alfred hospitals.- He then did a Musculoskeletal Radiology Fellowship at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York; part of the Cornell Hospital Group.

Dr Sophia Zadelis


I am a radiologist who has subspecialised in Breast Imaging and diagnostic breast assessment. On completing

radiology training I did a Breast Imaging Fellowship and have since solely worked in breast imaging, both screening and diagnostic services. I was a screen reader and then Designated Radiologist at Central and Eastern Breastscreen which involved screen reading, assessment and biopsy clinics, radiologist review, case review and responsibility for clinical/ imaging /pathology correlation by liasing with an experienced multidisciplinary team. Prior to commencing radiology training I spent 2 years working/training as a Breast Physician. I have spoken at both breast imaging and multidisciplinary breast cancer meetings as well as run breast ultrasound workshops.

Dr Tinku Kooner


Dr Tinku Kooner obtained his medical degree from the University of New South Wales. He then completed

his specialist radiology training at Concord Hospital, Sydney with a subspecialty training in Interventional Radiology. Dr Kooner is a qualified specialist since 1999 and is a member of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists. Before moving into private practice, Dr Kooner was a Senior Staff Specialist at Nepean Hospital, Sydney and a Senior Visiting Medical Officer at Bankstown Hospital, Sydney. He has a special interest in Interventional Procedures and Pain Management including Image Guided Steroid Injections, Muscuoloskeletal Imaging, Abdominal Imaging and Cardiac CT Imaging. Dr Kooner is also an active member of the exclusive Australasian Musculoskeletal Imaging Group (AMSIG).

Dr John Pereira


Dr John Pereira is a Paediatric & Interventional Radiologist at Prince of Wales Hospital & Sydney Children’s

Hospital with over twenty years of medical imaging experience in both the public and private sector. John brings a tremendous depth of Knowledge and has held senior roles such as the Director of Prince of Wales Hospital & Sydney Children’s Hospital. John continues to provide a long standing Paediatric Imaging service at St George Private Hospital. John holds a fellowship Paediatric Radiology and as a result of his dedication to the field is highly skilled in paediatric imaging including MRI (adults & paediatrics) as well as Vascular and non-vascular intervention.

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 Phillip Monaghan


Dr Phillip Monaghan graduated from the University of New South Wales in 1981. Following intern and residency

terms at St Vincent’s and Sydney Hospital he completed basic Physician’s training at St George Hospital. He subsequently undertook advanced training in Nuclear Medicine at St George and Prince of Wales Hospitals, completing training in 1990. Dr Monaghan is Positron Emission Tomography (PET) certified following training at St Thomas’ Hospital, London and Westmead Hospital in Sydney. Dr Monaghan holds fellowships in the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, the Australasian Association of Nuclear Medicine Specialists and the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology. He is a member of the Australian Medical Association, the Australia and New Zealand Society of Nuclear Medicine, the American Society of Nuclear Medicine, the British Society of Nuclear Medicine and the European Association of Nuclear Medicine.

Dr Adam Steinberg


Dr Adam Steinberg joined PRP Diagnostic Imaging in 2003. He trained in Newcastle NSW and completed a

Paediatric Radiology Fellowship in Rochester New York, USA. Adam was a staff specialist at Prince of Wales/Prince Henry and Westmead hospitals, Sydney. He was senior staff specialist at the Children’s Hospital Westmead. His interests include Paediatric, Cardiac CT, and ENT imaging. Adam has achieved specialist status for the Recognition of Training in CTCA.

Dr Warwick Lee


Dr Warwick Lee has been a partner of South East Radiology since 1990, based primarily in the Southern

Highlands where he moved following his radiology training at Westmead Hospital. Warwick has a special interest in breast imaging. He has worked with BreastScreen Australia since the pilot mammographic screening program for breast cancer in Sydney in 1989. He was State Radiologist/Clinical Director, BreastScreen NSW from 2007 to 2014.

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