Radiologist, Lumus Imaging (Western Australia)
I speak English and Sinhala
Lumus Imaging, Western Australia
After completing my initial medical qualifications and general medical training overseas in Nepal, India and Sri Lanka, I relocated to Australia in 2009. I qualified with the Australian Medial Council exams and was selected to join the Western Australian Radiology Training Program.
To further my training, I undertook Fellowships in breast Radiology and Abdominal Radiology in 2019. Later that year I also completed a mini Fellowship in Breast and General MRI at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre in New York.
I currently practice across a few private clinics in Perth that are run by Lumus Imaging, Western Australia.
Radiology is an exciting, multi-faceted and dynamic field of medicine. The technology is constantly evolving and advancing, which helps with early diagnosis, surveillance and intervention. It’s an integral part of both hospital and primary care settings. This enables radiologists to work in collaboration with clinicians across varying medical disciplines.
I enjoy travelling and exploring cultures through cuisines, music and dance. I also love spending quality time with my family and friends, and volunteering at my daughter’s school.