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  About Us
Detailed below are the profiles of each of the Southern Sydney Angiography team members! 

Dr. William Clark

Dr William Clark graduated from the University of Sydney and trained in Diagnostic Radiology at the St George Hospital in Sydney. He then completed Subspecialty Radiology fellowships in both interventional and musculoskeletal radiology at the Canberra Hospital and the University of Iowa Hospital (USA).

Dr Clark has been Director of angiography and interventional radiology at the St George Private Hospital in Kogarah since 1997. This is one of the busiest private interventional radiology practices in Australia. He has extensive experience in a large array of vascular and spinal interventions. These include diagnostic angiography, angioplasty and stenting of arteries and veins, testicular varicocoele embolization, ovarian vein embolization, uterine fibroid embolization and percutaneous vertebroplasty.

Dr Clark has been called as a clinical expert to the Medicare Services Advisory Committee and is an advisor to the Australian Government's Devices and Prostheses Committee. He is a committee member of the Australian Day Surgery Advisory Committee, an active member of the Interventional Radiology society of Australasia and an honorary member of the Hong Kong Society of Interventional Radiology. He has performed teaching clinics and live cases in Hong Kong, New Zealand and Perth. He is the chairman of the vascular interventions review meeting for St George and Sutherland Hospital.


Dr. Albert Goh

Dr Albert Goh graduated from the University of New South Wales, Australia and is a fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists. Dr Goh has undergone sub-specialty post graduate fellowship training in Neuro-Interventional Radiology, Peripheral Interventional Radiology and MRI.

He is an active member of the Interventional Society of Australasia and a member of the Panel of Clinical Experts of the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing. He is a University lecturer and has presented papers both internationally and locally including the World Federation of Interventional Therapeutic Neuroradiology and The World Congress of Ambulatory Surgery.

His main interests include vascular, spinal and musculoskeletal intervention.

Arterial endovascular intervention includes angioplasty, stenting and embolisation, including treatment of arterial and brain aneurysms. Venous intervention encompasses ovarian/testicular vein embolisation and he has extensive experience in renal dialysis access maintenance and salvage. Dr Goh also runs a busy venous access service including portacath and Hickman catheter insertion for patients requiring chemotherapy and bone marrow/stem cell transplantation.

He performs spinal and musculoskeletal injections, including vertebroplasty.

Dr Goh is a Staff Specialist at Royal North Shore Hospital, the busiest Neuro-Interventional unit in New South Wales.

He is a partner in Southern Sydney Angiography, a privately owned and operated hospital practice and also operates at Norwest Private and Westmead Private Hospitals.


Dr. Suresh de Silva 

Dr Suresh de Silva graduated form the University of Sydney and did his post graduate training at St George hospital in Sydney. He then completed fellowships in interventional radiology at the Canberra hospital, Canberra and at the Great Ormond Street hospital for children in London, UK. He was admitted as a fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand college of Radiologists in 2004 and is an active member of several societies including the Cardionascular and Interventional Radiological society of Europe and the European Society of Gastrointestinal Radiology.

Suresh has a sub-specialty interest in Interventional/diagnostic oncology and runs one of the busiest private interventional oncology units at Southern Sydney Angiography. He is the interventional oncology arm of SSA and performs numerous procedures, particularly Sirtex yttrium and DC bead treatments for primary/metastatic tumour in the liver. The unit is run as multi-disciplinary team in collaboration with some of the finest liver surgeons/oncologists in Sydney.

He also has a keen interest in clinical research and is soon to commence human trials in a possible new form of treatment for a sub-group of patients with renal cell carcinoma. His animal work on this topic will be published in peer reviewed journals in 2011 and he has had poster presentations on this work at major international interventional meetings in both Europe and the United States in 2010. The human trials will be conducted at Southern Sydney Angiography.

He is also a visiting medical officer at Concord hospital and does his diagnostic work at Southern Radiology.