Dr Bill Barter

Bill joined PRP Imaging in 2002. He is a graduate of the University of Sydney, and received diagnostic radiology training at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. After group private practice in Burwood and Parramatta, Bill was in solo radiological practice in Armidale NSW for over 20 years.

His particular interests are in abdominal imaging, oncology and in the broad range of diagnostic ultrasound.

Dr Alan Chai

Alan graduated from the University of Sydney with first class honours in 1997. He underwent radiology training at St George Hospital in Kogarah. A medallist in the final FRANZCR radiology exams in 2004, Alan then went on to complete an Interventional Radiology Fellowship (with MRI component) at Westmead Hospital.

Alan then joined a private practice in Sydney’s south which serviced multiple public hospitals, including St George, as well as being a VMO at Breastscreen South from 2007.

Alan joined PRP in 2012.  He is a general radiologist with specialty interests including breast imaging and procedures, body imaging and oncology, neuroimaging, and intervention.

Dr Alan Gunn

Alan joined PRP Diagnostic Imaging in 1991. He graduated from the University of NSW in 1983 and trained in Radiology at Westmead Hospital.

Alan has been a previous Honorary Secretary of the NSW Branch of the RANZCR and was an RANZCR Federal Councillor in 1995. He has subspecialist interests in musculoskeletal and oncology imaging.

Alan is a member of the multidisciplinary Upper GIT/Pancreaticobiliary and Colorectal oncology teams based at RNSH and a member of the NSW Colorectal Oncology Group.

Alan has achieved specialist status for the Recognition of Training in CTCA and currently pursuing his interest in cardiac CT.

Dr Peter Ingle

Peter joined PRP Diagnostic Imaging in 1987. He trained at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital with post-graduate training in Neuroradiology and Interventional Radiology.

Peter was Involved in the start-up phase and early running of the Northern Sydney Breast Screen Service.

His current interests are MRI, Neuroradiology, Head and Neck and Oncology.

Dr Bryan Khoury

Bryan was educated in South Africa. He completed a medical degree and an MBA before commencing specialist training in Cape Town. He received the gold medal for best candidate in the radiology Part 2 exams in 2009. In 2010, he took up a fellowship in interventional neuroradiology at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.  He completed the Australian radiology fellowship exam in 2011.

Bryan was a staff specialist at RPAH until relocating to Orange with his family. His areas of interest include neuroradiology, minimally invasive treatment of intracranial aneurysms, benign intracranial hypertension and spinal intervention.

Dr Michael Lannan

Michael joined PRP Diagnostic Imaging in 1996. He completed his post-graduate training in radiology at St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney.

Michael then completed a Neuro-radiology Fellowship at the University of Rochester, New York.

On his return to Australia, he was appointed as Staff Specialist Radiologist at Woden Valley Hospital, Canberra, further specialising in Interventional Radiology and helping to set up the new MR facility.

His special interests include interventional radiology and MR imaging.

Dr Gordon Melville

Gordon joined PRP Diagnostic Imaging in 1988. Gordon developed an interest in Paediatric and Interventional Radiology while training at Prince of Wales and Prince Henry Hospitals.

He pursued these interests in London at the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children and The Royal Free Hospital. On his return to Australia, Gordon took up Staff Specialist positions at Prince of Wales and Prince Henry Hospitals.

Gordon's current interests are in mammography, vascular imaging and interventional radiology.

Dr Richard Perry

Richard joined PRP Diagnostic Imaging in 2000. He graduated from the University of Sydney in 1983. Richard trained in radiology at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney and was elected to the fellowship in 1990.

He worked as a staff specialist at John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. He was Director of Radiology at RPAH from 1997 to 2000. Richard's principal areas of interest include Oncology Imaging, Neuroimaging, Head and Neck Imaging, and MR Imaging.

Richard is the Executive Manager for PRP's Public Hospital Appointments and Services.

Dr Alex Petersen
BSc (Hons 1) MB BS (Hons 1) FRANZCR

Alex joined PRP Diagnostic Imaging in 2007. Alex graduated from the University of NSW and undertook Radiology training at John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle.

He completed an MRI fellowship at Westmead Hospital. Alex previously worked as an associate/partner in a practice on the South coast of NSW for five years.

He is interested in all aspects of radiology especially MRI.

Dr Andrew Solomons

Andrew joined PRP Diagnostic Imaging in 2005. He graduated from Sydney University in 1991. Andrew was the Acting Director of Mona Vale Hospital Emergency Department 1996-1997 prior to commencing radiology training in Melbourne at The Alfred Hospital.

Andrew worked in private practice becoming the Director of Mona Vale Hospital X-ray Department in 2007.

Interests include Interventional Radiology and Spinal Imaging.