Dr Richard Langford qualified as a consultant Radiologist in South Africa in 1988. He worked in the private sector for several years before returning to the public sector to be Director of Radiology at Nambour General Hospital in Queensland Australia. After 5 years in that post he opened his own private practice nearby which, based upon his reputation as an outstanding Radiologist, has thrived
X-Ray & Imaging. With over 20 years of international consulting experience in x-ray, ultrasound, CT & MRI reporting, Dr Langford heads up the team of X-Ray & Imaging Radiologists. He has a reputation as an approachable Radiologist who provides the highest standards in diagnostic Radiology reporting making him an excellent provider of remote TeleRadiology reporting. A former Breast screen Radiologist, Dr Langford's special interest lies in Mammography and breast imaging.
Dr Tevita Taka grew up between New Zealand & Fiji before doing his medical training at Otago Medical School. Tevita completed his RANZCR fellowship at Dunedin Hospital in 2010. In 2011 Tevita made the move to Australia settling on the Sunshine Coast where he lives with his wife and four young children. His special interests include MSK MRI imaging and MSK interventional procedures. Tevita works at Cooroy on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays and spends Tuesdays & Thursdays at Coolum. He is looking forward to establishing himself within the medical communities of both these towns. Tevita has been providing remote reporting in his spare time for several years and is a great addition to our TeleRadiology reporting team.
Originally qualified as Consultant Radiologist in South Africa in 1990, Rastie relocated to Australia with his wife and two sons in 2004. After 8 years in Busselton, WA the van der Westhuizen family relocated to SW Queensland and began working for X-Ray & Imaging in 2012. Working mainly out of our Kawana & Caloundra practice. Rastie's main areas of interest are interventional radiology including a full range of CT & ultrasound guided injections. Away from work he enjoys all running, triathlon and traveling with his family.
Originally qualified as a veterinary surgeon with registration in South Africa and the UK, Dr Anton Le Roux became a Radiologist in South Africa in 1997. Since 2003 he has been registered as a Radiologist in the UK. He had prior registration as a GP in the UK since 1992. He qualified as a consultant radiologist in Australia in 2003 where he provides teleradiology reporting of x-ray, BMD, mammography, ultrasound, CT and MRI imaging from rural and metropolitan providers interstate. With over 20 years of radiology consulting experience, Dr Le Roux has a reputation for being an excellent detailed Radiologist with a special interest in MSK, intervention, abdominal and Woman`s imaging.
Dr Russell (Gus) Ferguson qualified in medicine at the University of Otago in 1963. Post grad studies began soon after with a doctorate at Otago University in 1968 and FRANZCR in 1971. He won the McKenzie research scholarship which took him to the university College hospital in London to study under the well known kidney researcher, Dr John Hodson. While in London he studied for and achieved the Royal College Fellowship FRCR in 1973.
His interest in pain management procedure began shortly after, he was instrumental in developing the technology use of CT guided radiofrequency in the spine. Gus has now been performing RF procedures for over 25 years. In his free time Gus enjoys playing the piano.
Dr Sally Johnstone completed her medical degree at The University of Queensland. She performed her specialised Radiology training at The Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. She later completed her fellowship training in Vascular and Interventional Radiology at The Princess Alexandra Hospital. We were and still are thrilled that Sally joined our X-Ray & Imaging family in 2018. She brings compassion and a genuine care for her patients.
Her main interest lies in image guided pain interventions.
When Sally is not working you will find her enjoying her young family, most likely at the beach.
Sarah completed her radiology training in South Australia at the end of 2004. She completed a Fellowship in Perinatal imaging at the Womens and Children’s Hospital in 2005. Now in her 14th year as a perinatal imaging specialist at Womens and Children’s Hospital (obstetric ultrasound, pelvic Ultrasound, MRI and neonatal imaging).
In addition to the above she holds and performs the following roles:RANZCR College examiner in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Has been reporting on craniomaxillofacial imaging for over 10 years. A Radiologist for the SA Dental Service, Oral Health Services Tasmania and the Royal Dental Hospital in Melbourne, as well as numerous private practices.
Dr Kevin Lee is an Australian trained Specialist Physician in Endocrinology/Diabetes and Nuclear Medicine.
Dr Lee underwent undergraduate medical training in Sydney, completing post-graduate training throughout Queensland. He has a Masters of Health Studies in Clinical Epidemiology and is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. He is an associate senior clinical lecturer with University of Queensland and a registrar supervisor with the College.
He is an advocate for patient-centric care. He has special interest in osteoporosis, cardiometabolic disorders, obesity, thyroid and lipidology. He has given talks internationally and nationally in topics of endocrinology and molecular imaging.