As a company founded by Radiologists, we understand the right support can make all the difference to you and your patients. That’s why Radiologists remain at the heart of what we do.

Our global team of Clinical Directors together form the Medical Leadership Council, promoting, supporting and mentoring our Radiologists, ensuring the highest standards, sharing learning and providing direction at the highest levels of the business. Together we care deeply about the role Everlight plays now and in the future supporting radiology services across multiple geographies to deliver the best outcomes for our patients. We strive to continuously develop our healthy active community of Radiologists, each individual with their own bespoke needs and circumstances, but working together to support each other and our patients.

At a time when circumstances have led many to re-evaluate their work-life balance, Everlight is a haven where we welcome colleagues, enable them to work at their best, flexibly in time and geography, and develop a true career.

Daniel Rose

Dr Dan Rose

Chair of the Global Medical Leadership Council, Medical Director UKI


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.

Robin Evans

Dr Robin Evans

Clinical Director UKI - Responsible Officer, Governance/Regulatory 


Dr Evans has been Clinical Director and GMC Responsible Officer for Everlight since 2013.

As well as overseeing GMC appraisal and revalidation within Everlight, his main interests are clinical governance and colleague support in teleradiology.

He has been a Consultant Radiologist at Croydon Health Services NHS Trust for 30 years, he has held various local and national roles including Radiology Clinical Lead, Clinical Director for Diagnostics and Clinical Support, trust thoracic imaging lead, Chairman of the South West London Cancer Network Imaging Group, National Clinical Lead in Radiology Service Improvement (NHS Radiology Service Improvement team and NHS Institute) and National Imaging Board member.

Special Interests: Thoracic radiology.

Allan Andi

Dr Allan Andi 

Clinical Director and Head of everlearning UKI

Dr Andi is a Consultant Radiologist working at The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in London.

His main imaging interests are in colorectal cancer, inflammatory bowel disease and forensic imaging. He has worked closely with Border Force since 2014 and was a lead architect in establishing a dedicated low dose CT pathway for imaging individuals suspected of trafficking narcotics through Heathrow, one of the busiest international airports in the world.

Dr Andi is a member of the Home Office Imaging Advisory Board, former Specialist Adviser in the division of Diagnostics at The Care Quality Commission, Honorary Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Medicine at Imperial College London.

Jonathon Willatt

Dr Jonathon Willatt

Clinical Director UK


After a first degree in Classics and 6 years in the army, Dr Willatt studied medicine at the University of Manchester and radiology in Oxford.

Fellowships in Body Imaging and Interventional Radiology at the University of Michigan led him to work at the same institution and at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Ann Arbor for 12 years.

Dr Willatt has been working for Everlight since 2017 and joined the MLC in 2019.

His primary interests in his work for the MLC are education and clinical governance.

Martin Rimmer

Dr Martin Rimmer

Clinical Director UKI - Onboarding/mentoring


Dr Rimmer is one of Everlight UK’s Clinical Directors.

He worked as a Consultant Radiologist at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Kings Lynn NHS Trust from 1984 to 2019 where he served for periods as Clinical Director and Medical Director. A past member of the RCR Service Review Committee, he has a special interest in Clinical Governance and was instrumental in developing his Trust’s Clinical Governance framework.

He commenced working for Everlight in 2013 and has had three periods of working in Australia based at the Sydney office participating in the emergency workflow.

As a member of the MLC, he undertakes a wide range of clinical governance activities as well as liaising with our clients. In addition, he has a particular interest in developing guidelines to support colleagues protocolling and reporting emergency cases.

Axel Martin

Dr Axel Martin

Clinical Director UKI - Clinical Lead OOHs & Platform including AI

Oliver Schulte (1)

Dr Oliver Schulte

Clinical Director UKI

Oliver qualified from Freiburg University Medical School and worked as a Consultant Radiologist in the NHS in the Northeast from 2005 to 2017.

From 2017, he worked in the public system in New Zealand and for Everlight in the urgent after- hours reporting service.

In 2023 he relocated back to the British Islands where he now works in the public sector and as a teleradiologist.

He has a wide experience working in public and private healthcare settings in different countries and has worked in tele radiology since 2008.

He has held various clinical and managerial roles including Clinical Lead for Radiology and Trust Cancer Lead, clinical and educational supervisor, technical assessor for UKAS and is an experienced teacher, mentor and appraiser He joined the UK MLC in 2023.

Claire Ashwin (1)

Dr Clare Ashwin

Clinical Director UKI

Dr Ashwin is one of Everlight UK’s Clinical Directors.

Clare qualified from Charing Cross Medical School in 2003 and initially pursued a career in surgery gaining her MRCS with a side line in expedition medicine with adventures in Borneo, Uzbekistan and Argentina.  

Clare spent a year as a clinical editor at the BMJ before ‘switching to the dark side’ commencing radiology training at Imperial College sub specialising in paediatric radiology with higher specialist training at Great Ormond St Hospital.  

7 years and 2 children later, Clare became a consultant at Ashford and St Peter’s NHS Trust specialising in paediatric imaging and began work for Everlight. During her consultant years she developed an interest in chest imaging becoming involved with both oncological imaging and interstitial lung disease assessment. She sat on Radiology ST1 interview panels for the London Deanery and was an Educational Supervisor for FY1 trainees.  

Five years later Clare took the plunge to move to Sydney with her family and work for Everlight full time covering emergency imaging, chest and paediatrics. She is a member of the specialist Everlight Skeletal Survey group and is delighted to be joining the UK MLC.