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ILO Chest X-ray B Reader Reporting Now Available

13:06 16 February in Chatswood Ryde, Clarence Valley Imaging, Company News, North Coast Radiology by ncradgroup

We are delighted to announce that Dr Ian Cappe is one of only thirteen Radiologists in Australia who have successfully completed the NIOSH B Reader examination; thereby becoming the only radiologist within NSW certified to classify chest X-rays for the identification of pneumoconioses using the International Labour Office (ILO) Classification system. Coal workers are at risk of developing pneumoconiosis from the cumulative inhalation of respirable coal mine dust over several years. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has been pursing means to facilitate and standardize the evaluation of Chest images with ILO Classification. Qualified NIOSH B readers have demonstrated proficiency in...

Company changes

13:06 16 February in Chatswood Ryde, Clarence Valley Imaging, Company News, North Coast Radiology by ncradgroup

2017 was a year of significant change for the North Coast Radiology Group with our partnering with Quadrant Private Equity, Qscan and X Radiology. Integration of our experience and technology will ensure we continue to provide superior Radiology Services for our Patients and Referrers. We will still be locally operated. Since the change, managers, staff and radiologists continue to produce exceptional quality imaging whilst remaining focused on patient care. Over the coming months North Coast Radiology Group will welcome significant enhancements with the installation of a Digital Xray Machine in Casino and upgrading the Hologic Genius 3D Mammography machine in Grafton to Tomosynthesis. For more...

Update to Image and Report Format and Delivery

00:00 19 October in Chatswood Ryde, Clarence Valley Imaging, Company News, North Coast Radiology, Practice Information, Referrer News by ncradgroup

North Coast Radiology Group has recently made some upgrades to how images and reports are produced and made available to referring practitioners. North Coast Radiology has joined Clarence Valley Imaging in migrating to no film - unless specifically requested. This has evolved for a number of reasons including environmental, uptake in technology by practitioners, storage problems for practices and patients alike not to mention the challenges in disposing of film. All eligible referrers have the option to access images online and if not already set up to do so, please contact us   The whole North Coast Radiology Group (Chatswood & Ryde Radiology, Clarence...