Here for our
community

Bulk Billed* Radiology Services for the Newcastle &
Lake Macquarie area

In Focus Radiology is locally owned and operated by specialised radiologists and operates with the support of our highly skilled medical imaging team. We are passionate about our community, and our business is founded on the desire to create a space where people are valued above everything else; where all patients and referrers are respected and can feel welcomed and supported.

The In Focus Difference:
Our patients’ health & wellbeing is at the centre of everything we do.

It is our firm belief that everybody deserves access to quality affordable health care and the ability to receive it in an understanding and non-intimidating setting. Our commitment to you has been further strengthened under the new direction and ownership of Lake Macquarie based Radiologist and Nuclear Medicine Specialist, Dr Shane Fernando, who is passionate about caring for the health of his community. Together with the care of our Radiologists, we work as a team with you and your referring Doctor to provide the highest quality care.

*For all Medicare eligible services, excludes obstetric ultrasounds if booked on a Saturday.

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Our Locations  

Belmont

545 Pacific Highway 2280

Warners Bay

Suite 9/472 The Esplanade 2282

*For all Medicare eligible services, excludes obstetric ultrasounds if booked on a Saturday.

Why choose In Focus?

The advanced technology used at In Focus Radiology captures the x-ray beam using a digital image plate (DR). This means the image is transferred directly onto a computer screen within 3 seconds of taking the picture. Not only is this equipment extremely fast, it is also very sensitive to radiation which effectively allows us to use up to 30% less radiation doses than traditional methods.

All of our staff are highly skilled professionals that posses vast amount of experience. They are especially trained to apply the correct parameters and techniques to achieve the fine balance between high quality diagnostic images whilst using the “As Low As Reasonably Achievable” (ALARA) principal to minimise radiation exposure to our patients.