Specialists

 

Dr Mark Hamlin

Dr Mark Hamlin is a radiologist and medical director of Imaging Central and a director and consultant for PainSense.

Dr Hamlin was awarded the MGF Donnan Prize in 2006 by the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR). The award is the highest accolade for examinations in Pathology during the fifth year of specialist training. He has also previously examined radiology exam candidates in the subject of Pathology since he graduated with distinction in this area of medicine. Pathology is the study of diseases and is paramount in the field of diagnostic and interventional radiology.

Dr Hamlin underwent his medical school and radiology training in Auckland, New Zealand. He relocated to Perth in 2008 to work in corporate radiology as an abdominal and interventional radiologist (Hollywood Private Hospital and St John of God Hospitals).

 

Dr Arun Abraham

Dr Abraham completed his Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of Physicians in 2006 before relocating to the University of Ottawa (Canada) where he completed a Fellowship in cardiac Imaging, and Clinical Investigator Fellowship of the University of Ottawa. He then did a Fellowship in Cardiac MRI at the National Institute of Health, Bethesda U.S.A.

Dr Abraham has completed fellowship training in Cardiac CT, Echocardiography, Nuclear Cardiology including PET, and a Fellowship in Cardiac MRI from the National Institute of Health.
Dr Abraham is Level B certified in Cardiac CT in Australia and New Zealand and is certified as a trainer, and also holds American Board Certifications in cardiac CT, nuclear cardiology and echocardiography.

Dr Abraham is a consultant cardiologist at Royal Perth Hospital with appointments in both cardiology and radiology, and a Clinical Senior Lecturer at the University of Western Australia.

 

Dr. Rachit Harjai

Dr Harjai graduated from GMC Patiala in 2008 and undertook his radiology training at PIMS Loni in India, obtaining Doctor of Medicine degree in 2012 with distinction and honours. He worked as an Assistant Professor at MG Medical College Jaipur for two years there-after, practicing general radiology and was involved in teaching of the radiology trainees.

Dr Harjai later did a fellowship in Diagnostic Neuroradiology at Medanta Hospital, Gurgaon in 2014-15. He then relocated to Perth in 2015 to pursue a Fellowship in Body Imaging at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in 2015-16. He is actively involved in research and has multiple publications to his name.

Associate and teleradiology radiologists:

Dr Rajesh Khunjeri: General and MRI radiology, including interventional procedures.

Dr James Black: Body and oncology imaging.

Dr Scott Davies: Neuroradiology.

Dr Ken Tan: Obstetrician reporting nuchal translucency scans.