We are marking World Radiography Day by highlighting the work two of our outstanding leaders, Anoja Theivendradas and Fiona Chau, who have ensured our Medical Imaging and Radiology department continues to provide world-class patient care.
Both Anoja and Fiona oversee the education and training of staff across various radiology services, including x-rays, CT scans, ultrasounds and MRI scans, and ensure our practices are evolving, in line with current guidelines.
“I enjoy being able to promote our supportive work culture and the positive impact it has on clinical practice and patient outcomes,” Anoja said.
“My role has allowed me to broaden my skillset and knowledge in performing CT scans, which has been a challenging yet rewarding experience.”
Thank you to Anoja, Fiona and our entire Medical Imaging and Radiology department for all your work in providing the best of care to our patients.
World Radiography Day marks the anniversary of the discovery of X-rays in 1895. The purpose of this day is to raise public awareness of radiographic imaging and therapy, which play a crucial role in the diagnosis and the treatment of patients and, most importantly, ensuring radiation is kept to the minimum required, hence improving the quality of patient care.
The day also falls within National Radiographer and Radiation Therapists’ Week.