Logan gained his medical degree at Auckland University and completed training as a
specialist radiologist in Tauranga and Auckland along with Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London. Following his time overseas, he returned to Tauranga in 2008, working both at Bay Radiology, and Tauranga hospital since then. His specialist interests include musculoskeletal MRI, Multiparametric Prostate MRI, CT Colonography and angiography, and CT and ultrasound guided intervention.
Adam completed his general radiology training at the Ohio State University Medical Centre in Columbus, Ohio, USA followed by a dedicated Neuroradiology fellowship at The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists, a diplomat of the American Board of Radiology (ABR) and has attained a Certificate of Added Qualification (CAQ) in Neuroradiology, also from the ABR. He has been based in Tauranga since 2006, where he practices general radiology with a special interest in Neuroradiology and Head & Neck imaging.
Amanda joined Bay Radiology in 2001. She trained at Auckland University completing both a science and medical degree and trained in Radiology in Auckland after two years as a house surgeon in Tauranga. She completed a musculoskeletal radiology fellowship and takes the weekly multidisciplinary orthopaedic and paediatric radiology meetings. Her main interest is musculoskeletal MRI.
Brendan is a graduate of Auckland Medical School and completed his Specialist Radiology training in Auckland with a fellowship in MRI. He joined Bay Radiology in 2001 and is the Clinical Leader of MRI and CT. He also works at Tauranga Hospital and has been an IANZ advisor and a Health and Disability Commissioner medical expert. He is currently on the NZ Radiology Registrar selection panel. His specialty interests include Multiparametric Prostate imaging, CT coronary angiography, CT colonography and MRI.
Bruce joined Bay Radiology and Tauranga Hospital in 1991 after completing his specialist radiology training in Auckland. He has worked as a radiologist in Australia and the United Kingdom where he was Director of Breast Screening for the Norfolk region. He has also been the Director of Breast Screen Bay of Plenty and is currently an expert advisor to the New Zealand Medical Council and the Health and Disability Commissioner. Bruce has particular interest in breast imaging and musculoskeletal ultrasound.
Duncan joined Bay Radiology in 1998. He completed his specialist radiology training after attending Otago University. Duncan is the Clinical Director of Breast Screen Bay of Plenty. He also has a particular interest in Musculoskeletal imaging and Interventional Radiology.