Everlight Radiology Australia & New Zealand

A lifeline for vital radiology services

As radiology becomes an increasingly diverse and challenging discipline, the need for specialist expertise and round-the-clock support is more essential than ever.

Everlight provides those services as needed – including urgent after-hours or urgent daytime reporting, routine or backlog reporting, or an independent quality assurance service to ensure you’re maintaining the best possible standards in reporting.

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Why Everlight Radiology?

Dedicated Reporting Centres

Fully Automated Technical Solution

Medical Leadership Council

Rigorous Quality Assurance

Highly Skilled Radiologists

Fast Turnaround-times

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A career that will take you further

After-hours reporting where every second counts.

We operate 24/7 365 days of the year from both sides of the globe from major reporting centres and hubs so that all our radiologists are reporting in their 'daytime' hours.

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The Everlight Advantage


Clinical quality

At Everlight, our commitment to excellence sits at the core of who we are.

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Bespoke Award-Winning Technology

Find out more about the custom-built technology that’s so essential to Everlight.

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You can rely on Everlight

We have extensive experience

Number of cases reported globally in 2018



We meet our guarantees

Our average turn-around time for urgent reports is 42 minutes (April, 2019).

We specialise in emergency radiology – we reported over 54,000 examinations June.





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News & Events


Emergency neuroimaging - CVA with Dr Craig Hacking - Watch now!

We were delighted to host Dr. Craig Hacking, one of the Radiopaedia managing editors, for this emergency neuroimaging webinar.

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Imaging of persons suspected of concealing drugs internally with Dr Allan Andi - Register to watch on demand now!

Body packers, drug mules, body stuffers are synonymous terms used for persons who, voluntarily or through coercion, swallow, or insert drug-filled packets into a body cavity, generally in an attempt to smuggle them across secure national borders or county lines. Radiologists may be confronted with the problem of drug smuggling and in this lecture Dr Andi will discuss the value of detection using low dose CT imaging.

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Watch Dr. Elizabeth Dick as she personally extends an invitation to submit cases for her upcoming EverLearning Webinar.

Join our upcoming EverLearning webinar, hosted by Dr. Elizabeth Dick - BSc MBBS MRCP FRCR MD, Consultant Radiologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College, President of the European Society of Emergency Radiology, Visiting Professor, USydney. A highly engaging, interactive, educational session will be delivered on Imaging Medical and Surgical Devices in the Trauma and Emergency Patient. Due to the overwhelmingly positive response and interest in attending, there are limited spots left - register today to secure yours.

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