The Radiology Department aims to provide a high quality diagnostic imaging and interventional service to patients, to initiate and develop research programs, and to provide appropriate training in diagnostic and interventional imaging to staff of radiology, medical, paramedical, nursing and medical students. The department is committed as a leader in promoting health, research and education for the well-being of patients, staff and community.

Core Values

  • Perfection:  Always striving for improvement.
  • Respect:  For employees, patients and the community.
  • Integrity:  Always acting with honesty and in accordance with our other core values.
  • Creativity:  We will always be looking for new ways to do things and solve problems.
  • Teamwork:  We work together to reach our goals.


  • Conventional radiology (X-ray)
  • CT
  • MRI
  • Ultrasound
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • BMD
  • Mammography (CAD, Stereotactic & VABBP procedures and MRI Cad – new)
  • Interventional procedures (e.g. TIPS, TACE, RF Ablation, Venous, Renal dialysis, Oncology, OB and body interventions).
  • Neurointerventional (intracranial Tpa, carotid and intracranial stenting, aneurysm coiling, AVM treatment, tumor embolization, and WADA Test Service).


  1. Microwave ablation system for liver and lung tumors
  2. Transarterial radio embolization for HCC
  3. Started Multidisciplinary meeting about liver cancer
  4. Significant collaboration with vascular surgeon (e.g. endovascular aortic aneurysm repair within the department)
  5. PACS - Creating radiology critical alert system to notify physicians electronically C/O SMS or email.
  6. CT new procedures – CT as planning tool for TAVI (Transaortic Valve Implantation)
  7. MRI New procedures
    • Implement MRI Elastography for liver fibrosis
    • MRI Iron deposition in the liver
    • MRI defecation technique for rectal prolapse and pelvic relaxation
  8. New Neuro procedures (3 Tesla GE Machine) – first silent MRI machine as per GE
    • Improvement of perfusion
    • Start Diffusion Tensor Imaging
    • New sequences in Multiple sclerosis
    • Functional MRI


Accreditations & Awards