Dr Adler’s primary interests are in radiology of the head and neck and musculoskeletal MRI. In addition, Dr Adler maintains a strong interest and involvement in radiology informatics and teleradiology. In July 2011, Dr Adler became the CEO of Castlereagh Imaging and IRG.
At Castlereagh Imaging we pride ourselves on the quality and experience of our caring staff. Our team of imaging specialists covers a broad spectrum of sub-specialties and as such offer the complete range of diagnostic imaging and interventional services.
Castlereagh Imaging is committed to the provision of sub-specialist imaging services and has ensured that the radiology group includes specialists in neurological, musculoskeletal, genitor-urinary, abdominal, and breast imaging as well as interventional procedures.
Dr Marina-Portia Anthony
Radiologist MBBS BSc (Med), MPH, FRANZCR
Dr Marina-Portia Anthony is an Australian trained radiologist, with overseas training and experience from Hong Kong and New York. She graduated from UNSW with MBBS BSc (Med), and from the University of Sydney with Masters of Public Health. She was awarded FRANZCR after radiology training at John Hunter and Prince of Wales Hospitals. She undertook a research fellowship at the University of Hong Kong, and was appointed Clinical Assistant Professor at HKU/ Queen Mary Hospital. Dr Anthony also undertook an abdominal MRI fellowship at Columbia University/ New York Presbyterian Hospital in New York.
Dr Anthony has published over 15 peer-reviewed journal articles, authored a text-book chapter, and presented her work at numerous international radiology meetings.
Her subspecialty areas include abdominal, pelvic and oncologic imaging. She is a dedicated and passionate teacher, researcher and clinical radiologist.
Dr Ern Crocker
Nuclear Medicine Physician
Dr Crocker is a graduate of the University of New South Wales. He completed his training in nuclear medicine and ultrasound at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital prior to completing a post‐graduate Fellowship in Nuclear Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
On returning to Australia in 1976, he became the Foundation Director of Nuclear Medicine and Ultrasound at Westmead Hospital. He remained in this capacity for a ten‐year period prior to establishing Nuclear Medicine and Ultrasound Associates with Dr Anthony Walker.
Dr Crocker was one of the first doctors in Australia to work with grey scale ultrasound. He studied with Dr George Kossoff (the developer of grey scale ultrasound) at the Ultrasonics Institute and has been responsible for training many doctors in ultrasonography. He was responsible for much of the early research work into thyroid and parathyroid ultrasound imaging.
Dr Crocker’s major interest is diagnostic ultrasound, in particular obstetric applications. His other interests include thyroid disease, musculoskeletal imaging and cardiovascular nuclear medicine
Dr Simon Dimmick
Radiologist BPTHY, MBBS (Hons), FRANZCR
Dr Dimmick’s specialty is in Musculoskeletal Imaging. He undertook his radiology training at Royal North Shore Hospital and a general MRI fellowship (predominantly musculoskeletal and neuroradiology).
He practiced as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist prior to studying medicine. He was responsible for a number of elite and school boy sporting teams.
Dr John Fraser
Radiologist MBBS, MRCP, FRCR, FRANZCR
Dr Fraser graduated from Guys Hospital, London, in 1974. After completing training in internal medicine and gaining MRCP, he changed specialties to train in diagnostic radiology in Bristol UK, gaining FRCR in 1985.
His major interests are in vascular imaging, including cardiac CT, and peripheral vascular CT & ultrasound, with additional subspecialty interest in musculoskeletal ultrasound and body CT.
Dr Lavier Gomes
Radiologist BDs, BSc (Hons), MBBS, FRACR
Dr Lavier Gomes graduated from the University of Sydney in 1987 and completed his radiology training at Westmead Hospital in 1995. He undertook a Neuroradiology Fellowship in 1995-96. His interests are in head and neck imaging, neuroradiology, particularly MR spectroscopy, functional MRI and advanced MRI techniques.
He is currently Deputy Director of MRI and Director of Research in Imaging at Westmead for the Centre for Biomedical Imaging in Research Development (CBIRD) and Lecturer in Radiology at the University of Sydney.
Dr Catherine Hayter
Radiologist BSc (Med) (Hons), MBBS (Hons), FRANZCR
Dr Catherine Hayter graduated from the University of NSW and trained in radiology at Royal North Shore Hospital. She undertook a Fellowship in Musculoskeletal MRI at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York and a Fellowship in Breast Imaging at Royal North Shore Hospital.
Her major subspecialty interest is in musculoskeletal radiology. She has published over 15 articles in peer-reviewed journals and 2 book chapters to date. Her current research interest focuses on MRI of arthroplasty. She is actively involved in teaching of sports medicine trainees and radiology registrars.
Dr Michael Houang
Radiologist MBBS, FRCR
Dr Michael Houang is a graduate of UNSW (1971). He completed training in radiology at University College Hospital (UCH), Institute of Nervous Disease, Institute of Orthopaedics, ENT Hospital in London.
In 1982, Dr Houang started private practice in CT in Macquarie St Sydney. Then in 1986, he and his partner started the first MRI scanning practice in Australia, at Sydney CT & MR in Edgecliff. He has a special interest in imaging anatomy and his specialties include Musculoskeletal Imaging and Neuroradiology.
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Dr Anthony Leung
Radiologist MBBS, DMRD, FRCR
Dr Anthony Leung graduated from the University of New South Wales and carried out his radiology training at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School, Hammersmith Hospital in London. He went on to do a Research Fellowship in MRI at the same institution, and accepted a Consultant appointment in MRI at Mount Vernon Hospital, Northwood in London.
Dr Leung joined Castlereagh Imaging in 1991 and has particular interests in body imaging, ultrasound, CT and MRI. His specialties include Cross Sectional Imaging and Mammography.
Dr James Linklater
Radiologist MBBS (Hons), BMedSc, FRANZCR
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 Linklater has particular skills in all aspects of musculoskeletal imaging and intervention, and has ongoing research interests in cartilage and foot and ankle imaging. He was a member of the imaging team at the Sydney Olympics and is a Consultant Radiologist for the Asian Football Confederation, is a member of the Australasian Musculoskeletal Imaging Group, Sports Medicine Australia, Society of Skeletal Radiologists, the Radiology Society of North America and the International Cartilage Research Society.
Dr Sarah McGlone
Radiologist MBBS (Hons), FRANZCR
Dr Sarah McGlone graduated from Monash University Melbourne and commenced her radiology training at Royal Melbourne Hospital and completed her training at Prince of Wales and Sydney Children’s Hospitals.
Sarah completed a Cross Sectional Imaging fellowship in CT and MRI at the University of Toronto, Canada. Her clinical expertise canvasses all radiological modalities including competency in interventional techniques. Her major interest lies in MRI imaging.
Dr Jules Miller
Nuclear Medicine Physician
Dr Jules Miller graduated from the University of Cape Town and trained in general medicine in South Africa prior to emigration to Australia in 1979. He then completed his training in nuclear medicine and ultrasound at St Vincent’s and Westmead hospitals.
In 1983, Dr Miller commenced private practice as Consultant Physician in General Medicine with VMO appointments at Hawkesbury Hospital and The Hills Private Hospital.
Since 2004 Dr Jules Miller has been working at Castlereagh Imaging and is currently involved in nuclear medicine and ultrasound full‐time. Dr Miller has particular interests in nuclear cardiology and echocardiography.
Dr Kevin Ng
Radiologist MBBS (Hons), FRANZCR
Dr Kevin Ng is a consultant neuroradiologist who graduated from the University of Sydney and undertook his radiology training at Prince of Wales and Sydney Children’s Hospitals. He subsequently underwent an MRI fellowship at Westmead Hospital and Castlereagh Imaging in 2006, followed by further subspecialized neuroradiology fellowship training at the University of Toronto in 2007-2008.
He has an active academic focus and is experienced in all aspects of neuroradiology, head and neck, ENT, dental/oral surgery, and ophthalmology / neuro-ophthalmology imaging.
Dr Quyen Nguyen
Nuclear Medicine Physician BSc (Med), MBBS, FRACP
Dr Quyen Nguyen graduated from the University of New South Wales in 1997 and completed his Nuclear Medicine training at St Vincent’s and Liverpool Hospitals.
Dr Quyen Nguyen undertook a fellowship in Nuclear Medicine, ultrasound and PET at Westmead hospital before joining Castlereagh Imaging in 2007. Dr Nguyen has particular interests in nuclear cardiology.
Dr Jennie Noakes
Radiologist BMed, FRANZCR
Dr Jennie Noakes graduated in medicine from the University of Newcastle in 1984. She trained in radiology at Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney, completing her training in 1991. She became a partner in Sports Imaging in 1994 and has worked at the North Sydney Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Centre since that time.
Dr Noakes has a keen interest in musculoskeletal ultrasound and MRI, was Deputy Director of Medical Imaging at the Sydney Olympics, and has an ongoing involvement in teaching.
Dr Michael Reeves
Radiologist MBBS, MRCP, FRCR, FRANZCR
Dr Michael Reeves is a graduate of Guy’s Hospital, London. He was a Registrar in General Medicine prior to becoming a Radiologist. His radiology training was carried out at Guy’s Hospital.
Dr Reeves is a General Radiologist with interests in thoracic medicine, oncology, ultrasound and MRI. He is Managing Radiologist at Windsor rooms and his specialties include Cross Sectional Imaging and Mammography.
Dr Alasdair Robertson
Radiologist MBBS, FRANZCR
Dr Alasdair Robertson is a graduate of University of NSW and trained at Concord Hospital and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. He subsequently trained in radiology at the Canberra Hospital and developed special interests in abdominal/liver imaging, interventional, musculoskeletal and neuroradiology.
He has a MRI Fellowship from The Monash Medical Centre, Melbourne Victoria. His special interests are neuroradiology, musculo-skeletal MRI, abdominal/ liver MRI, and MRI of the peripheral nerves.
- MRI Fellowship – Neuroradiology/Musculoskeletal, Monash Medical Centre, Melbourne, 2004 – 2005.
- Winner of “Olav-Brennhovd Scholarship” 1996 to work for one year in radiology in Germany. Attained MRI Fellowship in neuroradiology and cancer radiology from University of Heidelberg, Germany, and German Cancer Research Centre(DKFZ).
Dr Ken Simmons
Radiologist MBBS, FRANZCR, DDU
Dr Ken Simmons graduated with honours from Sydney University in 1974. He was a Resident for two years at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, and a Registrar at Flinders Medical Centre where he trained in radiology and obtained his FRACR in 1979.
Dr Simmons has interests in CT body imaging, interventional radiology, musculoskeletal imaging and ultrasound, ultrasound-guided intervention, mammography, and general radiology.
Dr Raj Wijetunga
Radiologist MBBS (Hons), B Med Sci, FRANZCR
Neuroradiology, Head and Neck Imaging, Abdominal Imaging.
Dr Raj Wijetunga joined Castlereagh Imaging as a Consultant Radiologist in November 2005. He was a medical student at Royal North Shore Hospital Sydney. He graduated from the University of Sydney with MBBS (Hons) in 1992. Dr Wijetunga was an intern and RMO I at Royal North Shore Hospital. He then worked at Concord Repatriation General Hospital and at St. Vincent’s Hospitals in Sydney.
Dr Wijetunga trained in Radiology from 1998 to 2003 at St Vincent’s Hospital, Royal Hospital for Women and at Westmead Children’s Hospital, Sydney. Dr Wijetunga was awarded his FRANZCR in 2004. He subsequently completed a MRI fellowship at Monash Medical centre, Melbourne, Victoria in 2004. Dr Wijetunga has published original research in the Aust NZ J Surg and in the J Clin Neurosci. He has two publications in Radiology and in Seminars in Ultrasound, CT and MRI in the CT diagnosis of acute appendicitis. Dr Wijetunga has presented at the Annual Scientific Meetings of the RANZCR.
Dr Frankie H Wong
Radiologist BSc(Med) MBBS MMed(Clin Epi) MMed(Rad) FRCR FRANZCR
Dr Wong graduated from UNSW and completed basic medical training in Royal Prince Alfred and Nepean Hospitals.
After obtaining his Master of Medicine in clinical epidemiology at the University of Sydney, he trained at the National University Health System in Singapore with advanced postings in body cross-sectional imaging, neuroradiology, trauma/emergency and image-guided interventional procedures.
His special interests include body oncology, hepatobiliary imaging and interventional procedures.
Dr Wong is the clinical director at our St Marys site and believes in providing efficient, quality service to the local community. He welcomes all feedback and can be contacted directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Wong speaks some Mandarin and Malay/Bahasa Indonesia as well as basic chinese dialects including cantonese, hokkein and hainanese.
Dr Noel Young
Radiologist MBBS, FRANZCR
Dr Noel Young is a graduate of UNSW (1983). He completed his training at Westmead Hospital in 1992.
Since this time he has held dual roles as a Staff Radiologist at Westmead Hospital, and as a Specialist at Castlereagh Radiology (Mt Druitt). Dr Young has also held roles as Director of Radiology at Westmead Hospital (2001-2007) and Director of Imaging Services for Western Sydney Area of Health (2002-2005). Currently he has concurrent academic appointments as Senior Lecturer in Radiology at the University of Sydney (Head of the Discipline of Imaging), as a Clinical Associate Professor of Radiology at the University of Western Sydney (Head of Imaging), and as an Imaging Advisor for Notre Dame University, Sydney.
His clinical expertise is in angiography and interventional radiology and non-invasive vascular imaging.