Director / Sonographer
Sue Toppin is a Sonographer with a special interest in musculoskeletal and general ultrasound.
Sue started her career in 1984 training in Radiography at the Auckland School of Radiography.
She worked at Auckland Hospital as a Radiographer working in theatre, CT and angiography.
Sue started training in ultrasound completing the Australiasian Society of Ultrasound in Medicine (ASUM) Diploma of Medical Ultrasound in 1996.
Sue has worked in both public and private ultrasound clinics in Auckland, served a term as a practical examiner for ASUM and took a year out working as a locum in the UK.
Sue grew up on the North Shore and returned to living on the North Shore in Torbay in 1999 and has worked on the North Shore since 2000.
In 2019 Sue opened her own ultrasound clinic, Ultrasoundirect, within In Good Hands Physio in Browns Bay.
Brett wanted to do medicine from a young age and graduated from medicine at the University of Otago in 1992, completing his Diploma of Obstetrics in 1994. He chose to further specialise in medical imaging because of the challenges associated with rapidly developing technology and the ability to continue an involvement in all medical specialties and all ages.
He has worked as clinical director of radiology at Dunedin Hospital during which time he was also a senior lecturer at the University of Otago. As a committee member of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists he has been an examiner and represented the College with organisations such as the Ministry of Heath, Pharmac and the NZ Telehealth Forum.
More recently Brett has been working in private practice and teleradiology and pursuing his interest in musculoskeletal imaging and intervention.
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