Our qualified Radiologists, technical staff and clerical staff are committed to providing high quality diagnostic imaging expertise and patient care.
SRG has invested in a range of advanced equipment and technologies including digital x-ray and 3 Tesla MRI. We have experienced, fellowship-trained musculoskeletal Radiologists, who also work at local teaching hospitals, who can perform a full range of general and musculoskeletal/spinal imaging and interventional procedures.
Specialist Radiology + MRI Greenlane is fully IANZ-accredited: IANZ accreditation recognises the technical competence and the effective quality processes of a professional service and its staff. You can be assured that laboratories, radiology services and inspection bodies displaying the IANZ Accreditation mark follow the best international technical and management systems standards.
Radiologists are medical specialists who have completed at least 12 years of training. All SRG radiologists are credentialed by the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists. They are responsible for interpreting diagnostic images for medical diagnostic purposes.
Dr Quentin Reeves
Diagnostic Radiologist / Managing Partner
Quentin is a Musculoskeletal Radiologist at both SRG both Auckland City Hospital. He has a particular interest in MRI, musculoskeletal ultrasound and spinal procedures.
Well respected within the medical community, Quentin has worked in Sydney, Los Angeles and Auckland, with career highlights including working as a Radiologist at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games and 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games. He was also the Chris Kohlenburg Fellow for the Australiasian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine in 2001.
After completing the Radiology programme at Auckland, Quentin received his subspecialty training in MRI and musculoskeletal radiology at UCLA. He subsequently worked in Sydney in private practice and at Prince of Wales Hospital.
Dr Phil Clark
Phil started his career in Radiology working as a MRT at Waikato Hospital in 1988. In 1992 he graduated with a Bachelor of Human Biology from the University of Auckland, followed by a Bachelor of Medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery in 1995, again from the University of Auckland. In 1998, Phil also completed a Diploma in Paediatrics from the University of Auckland. Phil became a fellow of the FRANZCR in 2004.
His past experience includes working as a General Radiologist for the Waitemata District Healthboard (North Shore & Waitakere Hospitals), as well as working as General Radiologist in Wagga Wagga, Australia.
Phil has been working at SRG since February 2010 and also continues to work for the Waitemata District Healthboard.
Dr Richard Gee
Richard trained through the Auckland Radiology Program and was selected as the Musculoskeletal Radiology Fellow at Vancouver General Hospital in 2001-2002 working with Professor Peter Munk.
His radiology interests are musculoskeletal imaging which includes modalities such as ultrasound, MRI and image-guided procedures.
In addition to working at SRG, Richard also works at North Shore hospital as a Radiology Consultant.