Prince of Wales Hospital is part of the LAN 3 (NSW) Radiology Training Network (also known as the Southern NSW Radiology Training Network), one of the largest Radiology training networks in Australia and New Zealand.
Our aim is to recruit and train outstanding trainees and to produce world-class Radiologists.
What our training program offers
We offer our trainees (registrars) an exceptional 5-year training program in Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, leading to accreditation as a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR) and the ability to practice as a RANZCR qualified Radiologist.
Our trainees gain significant radiological work experience and training in a variety of medical imaging modalities (eg X-ray, Ultrasound, CT, fluoroscopy, and MRI) and radiological subspecialties.
Our LAN 3 network encompasses the following RANZCR accredited and linked training sites, exposing trainees to a broad mix of metropolitan, rural, public and private settings across NSW:
- The Prince of Wales Hospital, Royal Hospital for Women, Sydney Children's Hospital Randwick, and Sydney Hospital/Sydney Eye Hospital in South East Sydney
- Liverpool Hospital, Campbelltown Hospital, Bankstown Hospital, and Children’s Hospital at Westmead) in South West Sydney
- St George Hospital in Kogarah, Sydney
- St Vincent's Hospital in Darlinghurst, Sydney
- Wollongong Hospital in southern NSW
- Regional Imaging (Wagga) in Wagga Wagga, NSW