Bill Terry

CT, General X-Ray, OPG & Dexa

Bill has been involved in medical imaging for the last 14 years. After completing studies in Medical Science (Bachelor of Science) at La Trobe University in 1999, Bill then obtained a Bachelor of Applied Science (Medical Radiations) at RMIT. After graduation in 2002 he completed his internship at a Tertiary Teaching Hospital in Melbourne, where he gained extensive experience in all areas of radiography. In 2005, Bill was appointed to the role of Plain Film and Fluoroscopy Supervisor. This role allowed him to develop and enhance his skills in all aspects of radiography while giving him the opportunity to mentor students and junior staff. In 2006, Bill joined the CT Leadership Team, and over the next 7 years Bill was involved in the running of 3 state of the art CT scanners across 3 campuses.
In 2014 Bill joined Direct Radiology as the Chief Radiographer and continues to develop and deliver the highest quality CT service.


Jenni Palmer

Mammography, General X-Ray, CT, OPG & Dexa

Jenni has been a dedicated radiographer for over 30 years. She trained and worked at Wellington Hospital in New Zealand having gained her Diploma College of Radiography (London) in 1983.  Jenni’s previous experience saw her as the charge radiographer of the angiography, fluoroscopy and mammography units at Wellington Hospital before moving to Melbourne three years ago. Since arriving in Melbourne Jenni has extended her skills in general X-Ray, computer tomography, dexa and dental radiology as well as her specialised knowledge in mammography. In addition, Jenni also has a keen interest in developing and maintaining radiology practice accreditation requirements, which ensures Direct Radiology meets or exceeds best practice guidelines.


Mark Smyth


Mark has been a full time sonographer for more than 20 years, and has vast experience in all areas of ultrasound as well as ultrasound education and management. He has given numerous presentations and workshops at local, national and international conferences, as well as having several articles published in the journal of the Australian Sonographers Association. Topics have included musculoskeletal and vascular ultrasound, renal imaging (including 3D and ultrasound contrast), ultrasound of the salivary glands, palpable lumps and the breast. In 1999 he was awarded the honour of Best Original Work at the national Australian Sonographer’s Association conference for his paper on ultrasound visualization of Wharton’s duct. Mark has also been involved in system appraisal and optimisation for Philips Healthcare, and is the Australasian representative on the Philips Global General Ultrasound Imaging Committee.


Evan Dix


Evan Dix is our Head MRI Technologist.  Having studied at Sydney University, Evan completed his radiography training at St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney in 2004 and it is here he acquired his clinical MRI skills.  He has earned a Graduate Certificate In MRI from the University of Queensland and has obtained Level 1 MRI certification from the Australian Institute of Radiography.  A member of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Evan actively attends conferences on both a local and international level, occasionally presenting interesting cases and new methodologies of practice.

His professional interests include high end Neurology and MSK MR Imaging. Outside of work, Evan is a keen cyclist.