James Gotting – Sonographer / Educator

James is an accredited medical sonographer and a member of the Australasian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine is currently finishing his Masters of Ultrasound.James has been a well-recognised and respected member of the radiography and ultrasound community in South Australia for over 20 years. During this time, he has worked in both public and private health systems and has been the Senior Radiographer and Sonographer at both the Royal Adelaide and Queen Elizabeth Hospitals and has worked in Victoria and the United Kingdom. Since 2001 he has been a lecturer, presenter and marker in Post Graduate Medical Ultrasound and Undergraduate Radiography Degree at the University of South Australia. James has presented both nationally and internationally.
He currently also holds the position of Technical Director of Vascular Ultrasound Partners in Adelaide.










Craig Bradbrook – Radiographer

Craig Bradbrook graduated in 1999 from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Medical Radiations Degree. Craig began his career at the Royal Adelaide Hospital working in emergency and trauma x-ray. In early 2004 he moved to the United Kingdom to work at Harefield Heart Hospital, specialising in cardiac angiography and CT. Whilst in the UK he moved into MRI working for a large mobile MRI company, Alliance Medical. In 2007 Craig returned to Australia to work at St Andrews Hospital and Wakefield Hospital in cardiac/vascular angiography. Now working at the Flinders Medical centre as an MRI technologist, Craig holds a post graduate certificate in MRI.




James Thompson – Senior Radiographer

James completed a degree in Medical Radiations in 1999 from the University of South Australia. Following his graduations James returned home and began working at the Mount Gambier Hospital. Here he gathered valuable experience in all areas of General Radiography.Moving back to Adelaide 18 months later saw him working at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH). Here he worked on a 24/7 shift roster, for a further 2 years. He then travelled to the United Kingdom where he worked as a Locum Radiographer. James worked at numerous major NHS hospitals and smaller private clinics.James has been currently working for 5 years as a Senior Radiographer (Team Leader) at the RAH. He specialises in trauma/emergency radiography and computer tomography (CT). He has done both Sectional Anatomy (2000) and Fundamentals of Information Technology (2007) as postgraduate subjects at the University of South Australia.







David Pennifold

David Pennifold is currently working as a P03 Radiographer/Sonographer at Flinders Medical Centre.

He graduated from the University of South Australia in 2002 where he began training at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. He gained experience in Trauma, General, Theatre and Mobile Radiography. During his time at the Royal Adelaide Hospital the position included supervisory roles and teaching students rostered to the hospital on practicum placements.

In 2004 he started training in Ultrasound. This involved Post Graduate studies and clinical practicum. In 2005 David transferred to Flinders Medical Centre where he completed his sonographic training, and continues to perform ultrasound and radiographic work in a busy teaching hospital.




Jo Douglas Ultrasonographer