Qscan Radiology Clinics is a comprehensive Diagnostic Medical Imaging & Interventional practice with clinics across Australia. The Qscan Group also has additional clinics in our South East Radiology, North Coast Radiology, Alpenglow Radiology and Envision Medical Imaging Groups. We are a dynamic organisation driven by clarity of vision and values that focus on providing compassionate care for our patients and excellence for our referrers.
These healthcare objectives are achieved through our subspecialty trained Radiologists and highly trained clinical and support staff. We utilise the latest information technology and state of the art medical imaging equipment.
Our radiology services include:
Digital X-ray, Ultrasound, Computed Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Nuclear Medicine, Positron Emission Tomography (PET-CT), Bone Mineral Density (BMD), Orthopantomogram (OPG), Dental, Cone Beam, Interventional Radiology and other specialised health services.
Qscan complies with RANZCR and National Health Accreditation standards to have an ongoing program of certification and compliance for all of our clinical team members. This includes provision of emergency response certification annually, including Advanced Life Support and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation training for key practitioners within each practice. In addition to this we provide emergency response equipment within all of our clinics.
We build trust with our patients, our referrers, our clients, our industry partners through our commitment to excellence in every endeavour.
Our patients' well-being and experience is of paramount concern to each of us. Our critical focus is on people; our patients, our referrers, our staff, our clients, suppliers and stakeholders. We build our business by creating loyal customers. We attract, equip, grow and retain exceptional people across the organisation.
We share a passion for continuous improvement and breaking new ground. In order to provide our patients' and their referrers with exceptional services and care. We embrace change. Our leaders drive and support our teams through change.
We are absolutely focused on the objective, in a manner that is professional, compassionate and understanding of our patients. We are accomplished in each of our roles. We share an uncompromising commitment to the pursuit of technical excellence for all staff, in every role throughout the organisation. we highly value a positive workplace, with a future focus. We identify and meet challenges through collaboration and teamwork.
We enthusiastically embrace the pursuit of excellence in all that we do. We strive for first time, right time, every time.
BAppSc(MedRad), GradDipHlthSc(HlthEdu), GradCertBusAdmin, GAICD
Director, Qscan Group Holdings Pty LtdRead Bio
Director, Qscan Group Holdings Pty Ltd | Clinical Director, Alpenglow AustraliaRead Bio
Radiologists are medical doctors (MD) or doctors who specialise in diagnosing and treating diseases and injuries using medical imaging techniques, such as X-rays, Computed Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Nuclear Medicine, Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and Ultrasound.
An x-ray (radiograph) is a special image that uses radiation to create pictures of bones and other internal tissues such as your lungs and bowel. Qscan uses state of the art digital x-ray technology equipment, resulting in a reduced amount of radiation for excellent image quality.
Radiologists in Australia must first become a doctor by completing six years of medicine at an accredited university and gain the degree of MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery). Following this, a doctor wishing to become a radiologist must work in a public hospital for a minimum of two years before being eligible to apply for a radiology training position. Eligibility is decided by an interview(s), references and competence.
Once accepted, the radiology training programme takes five years to complete. During this time, a radiology trainee is known as a radiology registrar, works full time and is often required to be on-call. All study is performed out of hours. In their first year, registrars must pass an examination in medical physics and anatomy. Once successful, registrars continue their basic radiology training, familiarising themselves with common imaging modalities (types of tests/scans) such as plain X-rays, Fluoroscopy, Ultrasound, CT, Nuclear Medicine, Paediatric Radiology, Gynaecological and Obstetric Radiology, Angiography, Interventional Radiology as well as MRI. In their fourth year, candidates are then eligible to sit a final examination. Success in this examination allows candidates to become Fellows of the College of Radiologists once five years have been completed. Candidates are then entitled to the postscript FRANZCR – Fellow of the Royal Australasian and New Zealand College of Radiologists and may work unsupervised in private practice and/or the public hospital system.
Radiologists have four to six years of unique, specific, post–medical school training that includes radiation safety to ensure the optimal performance of radiological procedures and interpretation of medical images.Read More
At Qscan, we are proud to actively take part in our community, at a local, state, national and international level. Both as a company and at an individual level, the Qscan team are proactively committed to being responsible leaders by investing time, money and skills to support community initiatives and events including:Read More
Qscan Group’s approach to corporate social responsibility includes following Environmental Social Governance (ESG) principles. Though it is difficult for one person or company alone to make a substantial difference, we are still part of a global ecosystem, and our contributions can help shape a better future for our patients, employees, and investors.Read More
Premier Medical Imaging (PMI) along with Qscan Services sit under Qscan Group Pty Ltd. Premier Medical Imaging has been providing onsite and offsite radiology reporting for a wide range of hospitals in Queensland and other clients since 2006.
PMI provide the following diagnostic and interventional radiology services:
Qscan Group is invested in making a difference in the medical field, and to translate innovation into clinical practice. Imaging for clinical trials is one way in which the Group contributes to such innovation.
The Group takes a human-centric approach to clinical trials and operates with compliance and security at our core. We are flexible, agile, and keen to improve diagnostic imaging and reporting with the help of A.I.
Our participation in clinical trials is underpinned by our state-of-the-art imaging facilities and our treatment teams, which consist of doctors, nurses, and technical staff.
We ensure appropriate and meaningful stakeholder engagement occurs at every stage of the trial, from initial design to dissemination. Our quality review processes also ensure all participants receive the highest standard of attention and care.Read More