Imaging Independently comprises a dynamic team of local radiologists with a common goal to provide quality imaging service. Whilst offering excellent general radiology skills, our team is also able to offer leading advice on all sub-speciality areas of medical imaging.
Dr Andrew Lawrence
|Dr Andrew Lawrence completed his Radiology degree at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. After working as a Radiologist in Melbourne he established and ran a thriving radiology practice in Wagga.
With a specialist interest in Body imaging and Breast imaging, Andrew is the chairman of Imaging Independently and Director of Radiology at Maroondah Hospital. A keen yachtsman, he completed his first Sydney-Hobart race in 2008 as captain of “Jazzplayer” and won the Melbourne-Hobart race in 2009.
Dr Chris Holden
|Dr Chris Holden completed his radiology specialty training (FRANZCR) at St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne in 2006. His fellowship year at St Vincent’s hospital was in MRI, with a focus on Neurological and Abdominal imaging. In 2007 he completed a second fellowship in Musculoskeletal imaging and MSK intervention.Chris is a member of the Australian New Zealand Society of Neuroradiology.
He is Director of Radiology at the Angliss Hospital, placing an emphasis on quality of imaging, service and patient care.
Outside medicine, his pursuits include photography and a love of cars.
Dr Mineesh Datta
Dr. Mineesh Datta is Director of Medical Imaging at Box Hill Hospital and sees the huge potential for Eastern Health within the next decade. He obtained his radiology training at Monash Medical Centre in 2006, where he completed an MRI fellowship.
Subspecialty interests include Neuroscience and Abdominal Imaging, currently being a member of the Australian New Zealand Society of Neuroradiology. Mineesh maintains an active interest in teaching, appointed as a lecturer with the University of Melbourne.
Outside Radiology, world travel is a high priority. Cricket is also a main interest with a developing (but limited) proficiency in golf.
Dr Manfred Spanger
Dr. Manfred Spanger qualified as a radiologist in 1998 and has College Fellowships in two countries. He has undertaken interventional subspecialty training, and has a particular passion for Image Guided Therapy of Cancer, on which he has lectured widely and internationally.
Dr Doug Anderson
|Dr Douglas Anderson completed his Radiology training at Monash Medical Centre, where he continued as a Staff Consultant. He has special interests in paediatric imaging, MRI, Neuro-Radiology and radiation safety, as well as being heavily involved in radiology teaching.
Doug has a strong interest in local high performance vehicles from the 70’s to current day, and is a proud father of four.
Dr Vivek Ramachandran
|Dr Vivek Ramachandran is the Director of Radiology Intervention and is also Deputy Director of Radiology at Box Hill Hospital.
He has particular interest in vascular/interventional radiology, cross sectional imaging, and breast imaging.
When not bringing his warmth, humour and expertise to the radiology department, he enjoys cricket, reading, painting and drawing.
Dr Bobby Sundaralingam
|Dr. Aravinthan Bobby Sundaralingam completed his Radiology training at Monash Medical Centre, at the end of 2006 before embarking on a Nuclear Medicine and PET fellowship. He has a special interest in Cardiac imaging.
Bobby keeps physically fit playing social cricket, basketball and rugby, while staying mentally sharp at regular trivia nights.
Dr Belinda Lui
Dr Belinda Lui completed her radiology specialty (FRANZCR) training at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne in 2006. Her fellowship year included MRI, general work and breast screen. In 2007 she participated in a visiting musculoskeletal MRI fellowship for one month under Dr Stephen Pomeranz in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.
She is a general radiologist with particular interests in small bowel MRI and general breast work, including breast tomosynthesis. She has been involved with several small bowel and breast publications. On a daily basis, she endeavours to provide a thorough and accurate interpretation of imaging, combined with an empathetic approach to patient care.
Outside medicine, creative pursuits include music (singing, piano), art and mind/body health.