JW nuclear medicine is a nationally Accredited Diagnostic Imaging Service. We are certified to provide services in-line with the Diagnostic Imaging standards. Our clients can be assured that:
- You will receive high quality care
- Client records are kept private and secure
- Our practice is committed to ongoing staff education and training
- Your rights and needs as a client are respected
- Regular improvements are made in the services we offer you.
Dr Johan Wijaya
MBBS (Syd) FRACP FAANMS
Dr Wijaya graduated from the University of Sydney in 1991. In 2000 he became Fellow of the RACP having completed his Nuclear Medicine training at Royal North Shore Hospital (RNSH) and St Vincent’s Hospital well as PET at Liverpool Hospital. Previous appointments include Locum Staff Specialist at RNSH and providing Nuclear Cardiology Services for Sydney Cardiology Group before embarking into his own practice – JW Nuclear Medicine in 2007. His main interests include nuclear cardiology and musculoskeletal imaging. He has completed further training at St Vincent’s Hospital and achieved accreditation for CT Coronary Angiography.
He speaks Indonesian, Malay and Hokkien.
Dr Quyen Nguyen
BSc (Med) MBBS FRACP FAANMS
Dr Nguyen graduated from the University of New South Wales in 1997 and completed his Nuclear Medicine training at St Vincent’s Hospital and Liverpool Hospital. He became Fellow of the RACP in 2005 and undertook further training in ultrasound and PET at Westmead Hospital before joining JW Nuclear Medicine in 2010.
He speaks Vietnamese.
Prof. Nicholas Pocock
MBBS MD FRACP FAANMS
Prof. Pocock graduated from the University of Sydney in 1978. In 1987 he became Fellow of the RACP and in 1989 gained his Doctorate in Medicine. Prof. Pocock’s work has resulted in membership of many working parties and clinical advisory groups to State and government bodies. He has published numerous articles in national and international journals on osteoporosis and bone densitometry.
Prof. Pocock is a principal spokesperson on osteoporosis.