Anglesea Women's Health has an experienced team of professional radiologists.
John graduated from Auckland University and completed his training in Radiology at Waikato Hospital in 1997. He initially worked as a locum consultant at Waikato Hospital, and then undertook further fellowship training in vascular interventional radiology in Australia. In addition to working at Hamilton Radiology he is currently employed as a consultant Radiologist at Waikato Hospital, and is Director of Anglesea Women's Health. He also works at the Waikato Breast Care Centre and for the National Breast Cancer Screening Programme. His main area of interest is mammography and breast imaging.
Diana graduated from the University of New South Wales, and completed her Diagnostic Radiology Training at Waikato Hospital. In addition to working at Anglesea Women's Health she works part time as a Consultant Radiologist at Waikato Hospital where she is involved with Paediatric Radiology. She has undertaken advanced Breast Imaging training and is Clinical Director of BreastScreen Midland.
Rose graduated from the Auckland University School of Medicine and commenced her Diagnostic Radiology training at Waikato Hospital in 2006 gaining her fellowship at the end of 2010.
She completed advanced training in Breast Imaging and then went to Melbourne to complete a further 12 month fellowship in Cancer Imaging (CT and MRI including breast MRI) at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.
She arrived back in the Waikato early 2012 and in addition to working at Hamilton Radiology and Midland MRI, she is a screening Radiologist for the National Breast Screening Program (Breast screen Aotearoa).
Her main interest areas are Breast radiology (mammography, ultrasound, interventional and breast MRI) and Cancer Imaging.
Rebecca graduated from the University of Otago and completed her Diagnostic Radiology training at Waikato Hospital at the end of 2008. She undertook further advanced training in Perth, Australia where she completed a Womens Imaging fellowship. She worked for almost 5 years in Australia before returning to Waikato Hospital in late 2013 and she joined Hamilton Radiology in 2016.
She currently works as a consultant Radiologist at both Hamilton Radiology and Waikato Hospital and is a screening Radiologist for the National Breast Cancer Screening Programme (Breast Screen Aotearoa). She is also a part 2 examiner for the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists.
Her speciality interests are Breast imaging and obstetric and gynaecological ultrasound
Glenn graduated from the University of Otago. He trained in Radiology in Hamilton and subsequently Sydney, completing his training in 1999. He spent two years in Australia including a Senior Registrar post in MRI( Sydney) and one year Fellowship in MRI ( Melbourne).He works at Hamilton Radiology, is the Midland MRI chairman, and is currently employed as a consultant Radiologist at Waikato Hospital. He is also involved in the National Breast Cancer Screening Programme as a screening Radiologist. He is a part 2 examiner for the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists. His fields of interest include Head and Neck imaging, Neuroradiology, Musculoskeletal imaging, all MRI, PET-CT and Mammography