Dr. Patrick Bergin
Patrick is co-founder and director of Queensland Radiology Specialists. He is an MRI fellowship trained Tier B interventional radiologist with extensive experience in both private and public practice in Queensland and around Australia. He has trained in CT colonoscopy, CT coronary angiography, RF ablation, and is experienced in women’s imaging including mammography and stereotactic procedures.
Patrick is a former Director of Radiology at St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital Brisbane and was a member of the medical advisory committee for the same hospital for several years. He has been involved in cancer imaging for many years and was involved in the early stages of the Princess Alexandra Hospital first Multidisciplinary Brain tumour meeting. He was also involved with the great team that established the St Vincent’s Northside Breast Centre.
He was MRI supervising radiologist at both Holy Spirit Northside Hospital (now renamed St Vincent’s Northside Hospital) Chermside and St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital Brisbane. He has been an associate lecturer at James Cook University, University of Queensland and Flinders University helping to train registrars and medical students. He has published research in peer reviewed journals and given national and international teaching and research presentations.
Dr. Carl Kua
Dr. Carl Kua obtained his Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery from the University of Queensland in 1997. He trained in Radiology at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital gaining admittance to the RANZCR in 2007 following completion of a Musculoskeletal fellowship.
On completion of his training, Dr. Carl Kua work as a Staff Specialist Radiologist at the Royal Brisbane Hospital before joining Queensland Diagnostic Imaging (QDI). During his time with QDI, he has worked in major Orthopaedic hospitals in Brisbane. His skills and knowledge in radiology cover a wide range of sub-specialty areas across various modalities including MRI and image guided musculoskeletal injections. His previous role include being the MRI Supervising Radiologist and the Director of QDI St Vincent Private Hospital Northside.
Dr. Kua is a Senior Lecturer for the University of Queensland and has involved himself in medical student, radiology registrar, overseas medical graduate and sonographer training throughout his career. In addition to his Musculoskeletal and Sports Medicine interest, Dr. Kua has undergone training in Cardiac CT and is accredited by the Australian Conjoint Cardiac Committee to report cardiac CT scans.
Dr. Tom Huang
Dr. Tom Huang is a dual-qualified Consultant Radiologist and Nuclear Medicine Specialist. Tom completed a PET Fellowship at the Specialised PET Services Queensland based at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in 2009 before further completing his Radiology training at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in 2014 and his Nuclear Medicine training in 2016. He is one of a relatively small number of Radiologists in Australia with such qualifications.
He is current a Senior Staff Specialist at Gold Coast University Hospital and was previously held the position of Director of Training. Tom is a subspecialist in cancer imaging and is the imaging lead for many public and private tertiary-level multidisciplinary clinical meetings in Brisbane, Gold Coast and Northern New South Wales.
Tom is dedicated to the provision of high-quality, patient-focus diagnostic imaging. He put a personal touch into his practice when interacting with patients and referrers alike.