Everlight keeps its radiologists connected as they service the NHS

With more than 550 consultant radiologists working around the world for clients in the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand, staying connected is something the team at Everlight Radiology takes seriously. Recently, it hosted events in India and Dubai to bring its radiologists and our senior team together for conversation, connection, food and drinks.

More than 20 Everlight radiologists attended a dinner in Bangalore hosted by clinical lead Dr Karthik Gopal and his wife Niru. Also in attendance to catch up with the Indian radiologist cohort were global ceo Rob Anderson, UKI and MEA ceo Daniel Sourial and UKI radiologist engagement director Aanchal Sharma.

Sharma said: “Every conversation I had centred around a joint purpose of servicing the NHS, from near or far. It was heartwarming to see what a difference Everlight’s global offering has made to teleradiology careers. We can’t do what we do without our doctors and we are grateful to see such commitment from them for this joint mission.”

In the same week, UAE clinical lead Dr Umair Janjua and radiologist engagement manager Sarah Kadem invited guests to rooftop drinks and canapes during the The Royal College of Radiologists’ Global Radiology Congress. “It was an extra special occasion for the team as they celebrated one year of Everlight Radiology in the UAE and our exciting new packages for radiologists to live and work there,” the company says.

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