CLARITY is committed to providing a safe environment for all patients and staff. We are taking all necessary measures to help reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 within our practice. Your cooperation with these measures is much appreciated.
Because when it comes to your health, CLARITY matters.
As a locally owned radiology provider, we understand the needs of our clients throughout the Hunter and Newcastle regions and place emphasis on how we work with GPs, medical specialists and patients.
We understand that when you come to see us it can be an anxious time for you and your loved ones. We are:
Empathetic – we are mindful and respectful of what you may be going through.
Personable – we are friendly, approachable and helpful.
Efficient – we provide diagnostic radiology services, proficiently, so that you can get same day results and a rapid diagnosis.
Our local Radiologist are on-site and we place a strong emphasis on being:
Accessible – we are available to discuss your patient’s examinations and reports.
Approachable – we are friendly, personable and helpful.
Collaborative – we are working to the same end – a successful outcome for your patient.
Reliable – providing you with insightful radiology reports, efficiently. Every time.
Caring – of your patients and their well-being.
Virgil grew up in Newcastle. After obtaining his medical degree with Honours from the University of Newcastle, he completed his specialist training at the John Hunter Hospital qualifying as a consultant radiologist in 2007. Virgil then moved to Canada, completing further training in sports and musculoskeletal imaging and intervention. Upon returning from Canada, Virgil dedicated himself to the public sector as a Diagnostic and Interventional Radiologist with the Hunter New England Local Health District, where he is still currently appointed as a Senior Staff Specialist.
Virgil has always been active in education and training, and was appointed as the Director of Training for radiology trainees for the Local Health Network for several years. He remains a conjoint lecturer at the University of Newcastle and is involved in many research projects.
Virgil volunteers his time as a reviewer for several international radiology journal publications, and is a member of working group committees for the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR).
Virgil has immense interest in all facets of radiology, but is most valued for his skills in advanced musculoskeletal, sports and spinal imaging and intervention.