Chief Medical Officer, Clinical Director – Box Hill Hospital, Radiologist
Dr Mineesh Datta is a highly accomplished radiologist joining Imaging Associates in 2008 as a consultant and founding partner. He has authored numerous papers and publications, presented widely to the industry and is committed to educational development.
Mineesh graduated with Dean’s List Honours from the University of Adelaide in 1999. He quickly discovered that radiology was his passion and after completing his training as a radiology registrar at Monash Health, he went on to complete a Neuro/MSK/ MRI fellowship in 2006. He commenced as a consultant radiologist with Western Health in 2007.
As quality assurance lead radiologist, he strives to deliver consistent and superior service while managing a very busy department.
Mineesh has been integral in establishing a quality neuroimaging service at Eastern Health. At Box Hill Hospital, he has established a well-earned reputation for ensuring that quality standards are established and maintained. As quality assurance lead radiologist, he strives to deliver consistent and superior service while managing a very busy department. He has been responsible for overseeing the introduction of a number of new services at Box Hill Hospital and for nurturing existing and new clinical relationships at Imaging Associates Box Hill which, as a purpose-built department, is ideally placed to deliver high quality imaging.
Initially attracted to radiology as the only specialty which requires in-depth knowledge from head to toe, Mineesh continues to be inspired by the opportunities modern radiology presents to make a difference at a patient level. While radiology has always been crucial to optimal medical care, Mineesh believes that with current technological advances, it is now at the forefront of 21st-century curated medical care.
Mineesh’s commitment to educational development has always been a feature of his career, it’s what he describes as his way of “giving back” to the medical community. His teaching credentials are outstanding. He is a regular speaker at annual Eastern Health conferences and is an Adjunct Senior Lecturer at Monash University. In this capacity he concurrently tutors Monash University and Deakin University medical and radiology students. He has also authored and co-authored numerous papers and publications.