About Us

Western Nuclear Medicine has been providing Nuclear Medicine imaging services in Fairfield area and Sydney South West for over 20 years.All our specialists hold senior staff specialist positions at St. Vincent, Nepean and Wollongong teaching hospitals.Our facility is comfortable and relaxing for patients. Our technology is state-of-the-art for patients' safety.

Our staff speak English, Arabic, Mandarin, Thai and Vietnamese.

 

Open Hours

Monday to Friday  from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm  

Our Doctors

Dr Diep Nguyen MBBS, FRACP (1998), FAANMS

Specialty

Nuclear Medicine Specialist

Phone number

02 9724 6864

Email: [email protected]

 

Dr Diep Nguyen graduated from the University of Adelaide in 1992 and completed her FRACP in Nuclear Medicine training at St. George and Bankstown Hospital in 1998.

Dr Diep Nguyen is the practice principal of Western Nuclear Medicine and holds the position of Co-Director of Nuclear Medicine and PET Department at the Nepean Hospital. Her interest are in Nuclear Cardiology/Oncology/CT.

Dr Diep Nguyen is also a Senior Clinical Lecturer in Nuclear Medicine at the University of Sydney.

  

Dr Lin Chan MBBS (Hons 1), FRACP (2000) FAANMS

Specialty

Nuclear Medicine Specialist

Professional Associations

RACP, ANZAPNM, ANZSNM

Phone number

02 97246864

Dr Lin Chan graduated from the University of Sydney in 1994, completed basic physician training at Concord Hospital in 1997 and subsequently undertook her Nuclear Medicine specialty training at St Vincent's and Wollongong Hospitals, which was completed in 2000.

Dr Chan has been a part-time member of Western Nuclear Medicine since 2001 and is also a Senior Staff Specialist at St Vincent's and Wollongong Hospitals. Her interests are in musculoskeletal imaging, particularly Bone Scanning in Sports Medicine, and PET/CT in Medical Oncology.

Dr Chan has published widely, including a recent publication in the Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology titled 'Dual-time-point FDG-PET/CT imaging in the evaluation of suspected malignancy'. She is a supervisor of nuclear medicine registrar training at both ST Vincent's and Wollongong Hospitals.