Our Doctors

Noosa Radiology, situated in the Noosaville Medical & Professional Centre, is the largest radiology clinic on the Sunshine Coast, Gympie and Fraser Coast regions. Established by Dr Drew McMenamin, we are proud to introduce the latest in radiological equipment, techniques and dose reduction technology to the region.

Dr Drew McMenamin - Managing Radiologist

Drew graduated from the University of Queensland in 1999, before completing his radiology training at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane. After being awarded the Uhr Clarke Bursary by the RANZCR in 2006, Drew undertook further training in MRI at the Gold Coast Hospital before completing US fellowships in Musculoskeletal and Sports Imaging at the University of Washington, and Breast Imaging and Breast MRI at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. He completed his Level B CT Coronary Angiography Accreditation in 2010. Drew is a Senior Lecturer with the University of Queensland.

Drew’s main interests are Musculoskeletal, Breast Imaging and Interventional Radiology. 

Dr Mark Cooper

Mark graduated from St Mary’s hospital Medical School, London University in 1984 after gaining first class honours and a BSc in Clinical and biochemical pharmacology with academic prizes in pharmacology and pathology. 
Mark decided to emigrate with his family to Queensland and became a Fellow of RANZCR in 1994. Since then Mark has worked largely in Hospital departments or private practices in Hospitals including contracting, partnering and as a VMO in Interventional Radiology. 

Mark’s main interests are in Interventional Radiology.

Dr Steve McDonald

Steve graduated from Sydney University in 2014. Following internship and residency, Steve undertook 5-years of radiology training and worked for one year as a staff specialist radiologist at Concord Hospital, with rotations to Canterbury, RPA, Westmead, Westmead Children’s Hospital, and Orange Hospital. He has also worked at various locations across Sydney and western NSW with Alfred Imaging and has recently completed a Musculoskeletal Fellowship with Noosa Radiology. 

Steve is a general radiologist with an interest in Musculoskeletal Imaging, Intervention, and Breast Imaging.

Dr Angus MacKinnon

Angus graduated from the University of Sydney before completing his radiology training at Westmead Hospital, Sydney. He then undertook Musculoskeletal MRI and Cardiac fellowships at Calvary Hospital, Hobart.

Angus's main interests are MRI and Musculoskeletal Imaging.


Visiting Radiologists

Dr Todd Malone

Todd graduated from the University of Tasmania before completing his specialist training at the Royal Brisbane Hospital. He then undertook an MRI fellowship at the Mater and Greenslopes Private Hospitals in Brisbane with Queensland X- Ray. Since then he has worked in private practice.

Todd's main interests are MRI and Musculoskeletal Imaging.

Dr Andrew Paszkowski

Andrew graduated from the University of Sydney before completing his specialist training at St George Hospital. He then spent 12 months undergoing post-fellowship training in Nuclear Medicine and PET at Emory University Atlanta. He has undertaken further mini-fellowships in PET at St Thomas' Hospital London and in CTCA at Monash Institute, Melbourne. He has worked in private practice on the Sunshine Coast since 1998 and opened the first Nuclear facility in Gympie in 2010.

Andrew's main interests include cardiac imaging, sports medicine, and oncology.

Dr Li Enn Yapp

Dr Yapp graduated from the University of Adelaide with his Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) in 2007 and was awarded with a Fellowship to the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (FRANZCR) in 2015.

His radiology training was based at the Royal Adelaide Hospital as well as rotations through Flinders Medical Centre, Women’s & Children’s, Royal Darwin and Queen Elizabeth Hospitals.

Dr Yapp enjoys all aspects of general radiology with particular subspecialty interests in musculoskeletal imaging and breast imaging.

He has completed a Musculoskeletal Radiology Fellowship with I-MED Regional Imaging at Calvary Hospital in Hobart.

Prof Christian Hamilton Craig - Cardiologist

Prof Hamilton-Craig graduated in medicine from the University of Adelaide, with an Honours degree from Trinity College, Cambridge UK. His specialist training was at St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney, the Prince Charles Hospital Brisbane, with Fellowships in Rome, Italy and the University of Washington Medical Centre, Seattle USA.

He has a PhD in Cardiology through the University of Queensland. Christian is also the chief author of the CSANZ guidelines on Coronary Artery Calcium Scoring (Med J Aust 2016), the ANZ Chair of the Conjoint Committee for Certification in Cardiac MRI, and the Queensland representative on the Australian Atherosclerosis Society.

Dr Raahib Dudhia

Dr Dudhia completed his training in Dento-maxillofacial Radiology at The University of Queensland in 2008 and has extensive experience in private radiology practices in Queensland and NSW, reporting conventional dental radiographs as well as CBCT, CT and MRI scans.

A regular on the lecture circuit, Raahib presents throughout Australia, NZ and SE Asia. He is also the President-Elect of the recently formed Australian Academy of Dento-Maxillofacial Radiology (AADMFR) and has recently accepted a role as senior lecturer in Dental Radiology at UQ.

Raahib has had access to CBCT since 2006 and has seen the maturation of CBCT technology into a highly valuable diagnostic tool in dentistry and medicine. He has a special focus on low dose imaging and imaging for endodontics and trauma. A bit of a tech lover, he likes to keep up to date with new machines and CBCT viewers as they become available.