L11, 70 Phillip Street,
Sydney NSW 2000
(02) 9215 1900
Auckland, New Zealand
5 Arawa Street,
Grafton, Auckland 1023
0800 001 430
Chair of the Global Medical Leadership Council
BSc, MBBS, FRCR
Dr Rose is the Chair of the Global Medical Leadership Council and Everlight UK’s Medical Director. He obtained his medical degree at the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine and completed his radiology training in Nottingham. He has held a number of senior clinical management and leadership roles during his time in the NHS and now leads the Global MLC.
He is passionate about the positive impact Everlight provides in making high-quality radiology available to all, promoting Radiologists, developing careers in Teleradiology and continuous improvement in quality and experience.
Special Interests: General Radiology with interest in Lymphoma and Uroradiology
Medical Director ANZ
BComm, MBChB, DCH, FFRad, FRANZCR
After completing his radiology specialisation in South Africa, Dr Saks completed an MRI Fellowship at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital in London, before obtaining his fellowship with the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists in 1998.
Dr Saks has been part of the private and public radiology system in Australia since 2000. He has been with Everlight Radiology (formerly Imaging Partners Online) since its inception and is currently the head of the ANZ Medical Leadership Council tasked with Clinical Governance of the radiologist body. Dr Saks was a Senior Examiner for the RANZCR Part II examinations for 10 years. He was a Senior Staff Specialist at Liverpool Public Hospital for 18 years, and is now in his 20th year as a Staff Radiologist at the Sydney Adventist Hospital.
Dr Saks has strong and extensive experience in general imaging, along with special interest in Body Imaging.
Clinical Director ANZ - New Zealand & Governance
Dr Travis trained in radiology in London and Auckland . He has worked extensively both in regional hospitals and tertiary centers in New Zealand + private practice in NZ and Australia . His current subspecialty interest is emergency radiology .
Special interests: Emergency Radiology
Clinical Director and Head of everlearning ANZ
BMedSc(Hons) MBBS FRANZCR
Dr Dillon completed her medical degree at the University of Western Australia and also holds a Bachelor of Medical Science with First Class Honours. She trained in Diagnostic Radiology in the WA Interhospital Radiology Training Scheme and undertook advanced training in Paediatric Radiology at Princess Margaret Hospital for Children. She then worked in London for two years at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children and Everlight Radiology.
On returning to Perth she worked in the WA public sector and for many years in traditional private practice alongside her role at Everlight Radiology. She is now full-time at Everlight Radiology.
Her subspecialty interests include female pelvic imaging, paediatric, and emergency radiology. She is a reviewer for the Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology and has co-authored several peer-reviewed journal articles. She serves RANZCR as the chair of the ANZ Emergency Radiology Group (ANZERG).
Clinical Director ANZ - South Africa & AI
MBBCh MBA (UCT) FCRad(SA) FRANZCR
Dr Khoury completed his medical degree from the University of Witwatersrand and Masters in Business Administration from the University of Cape Town in South Africa. He trained at Groote Schuur Hospital in South Africa and completed an Interventional Neuroradiology Fellowship at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, where he was subsequently appointed as Neurointervention Staff Specialist. He was an Associate Radiologist at PRP Imaging in Sydney prior to joining Everlight.
Dr Khoury is a Fellow of the College of Radiologists of South Africa, and the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists.
Special Interests: Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology, Musculoskeletal Imaging and Image-Guided Pain Management
Clinical Director ANZ - Governance & Client Engagement
Dr Meredith Thomas is a practicing radiologist based in Adelaide, with a special interest in Emergency and Trauma Radiology.
She completed her medical training in Adelaide and worked as a General Practitioner and as an Emergency Department clinician for more than a decade before commencing radiology training at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. She completed Fellowships in MRI and Women's Imaging and has based her practice in public teaching hospitals, where she has been a Unit Head for Emergency and Trauma Radiology for many years.
She is committed to the advancement of medical education and has contributed for many years to the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists, with roles including Chief Censor, Faculty Councilor, Chair of the Curriculum and Assessment Committee, and Lead Examiner, as well as local South Australian roles as Chair of the SA Branch Committee, Branch Education Officer and Network Training Director. In her roles, she has always prioritised trainee advocacy and well-being.
She was a founding member of the Executive of the Australia and New Zealand Emergency Radiology Group in 2015 and remains an Executive member. She has been an invited speaker at national and international meetings, and has continued involvement in teaching and research in trauma and related topics.
She holds the title of Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Adelaide, where she contributes to the BMSt MD programme.
She has also prioritised her own education to meet the needs of these various roles, completing a Master of Medical Administration in 2017 and a Master of Health Professions Education in 2023. As well as being a Fellow of RANZCR she is an Associate Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Medical Administrators.
Meredith joined Everlight in 2017 and in 2023 took on the role of Clinical Lead Mentoring. In 2024 she joined the Medical Leadership Council as a Clinical Director.
Special Interests: Trauma and Emergency Radiology, Medical Education, Medical Governance
Clinical Director ANZ - Onboarding, MCNZ & Governance
Dr Sharon Ngu completed her medical degree at the University of Otago, NZ. She received her Diagnostic Radiology training in the Auckland Interhospital Radiology Training scheme. After spending 2 years as a Consultant Radiologist at Middlemore Hospital, Auckland, she spent a year at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York, gaining her fellowship in oncology body imaging. Her subspeciality interests include oncology and abdominopelvic imaging, and emergency radiology.
She has been with Everlight Radiology since 2015, and is a MCNZ Special Purpose Pathway Supervisor. She is passionate about teaching; providing teaching to the Auckland radiology registrars on a regular basis, and is part of the Auckland Vocational Training Committee. She is a reviewer for the Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (JMRI) and Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology (JMIRO).
She is a mother to twin girls and loves food, wine and music.