Our highly trained and friendly staff’s priority is to provide a safe and caring environment for our patients. We are committed to ensuring our community of patients and referring practitioners will experience a reliable and personalised service. Ensuring to always provide the highest standard of radiology services available using our state of the art technology.
|Teagan Beer||Office Supervisor|
|Karen Calvert||Chief Radiographer|
|Sally Edmonds||Chief Sonographer|
Dr Sean O’Connor, MBBS, BSc (Hons.), FRANZCR
Dr O’Connor is a graduate of University of Queensland (Medicine). He completed a three-year post graduate residency at Nambour General Hospital, including six months in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. He was also the Managing Radiologist at the Women’s Imaging Centre at Kawana Private Hospital before going into private practice.
His five-year training program in Radiology, included one year at the Royal Hobart Hospital and four at the Princes Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane. He also completed a six-months Mini Fellowship in Women’s Imaging at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.
Dr O’Connor completed a Fellowship in Women’s and Body Imaging at the University of Toronto, Canada. This encompassed high-level obstetrics, gynaecology, breast imaging, as well as oncology (cancer) imaging. He was offered an Assistant Professorship in Radiology at McMaster University, Canada.
He is the only Radiologist on the Sunshine Coat who has completed a Fellowship in Women’s Imaging. He has been involved in research into neonatal intracranial ultrasound and several other research projects with two publications. He has also presented at local and international meetings and conferences.
Dr O’Connor has special interests in third trimester obstetric ultrasound, Doppler ultrasound in pregnancy, breast imaging, pelvic imaging and cancer imaging. He also has a strong professional interest in pain management, with expertise in facet joint, nerve root and other joint injections, spinal blocks, as well as innovative techniques for nerve entrapment syndromes.