Dr Paul Reidy
Dr Paul Reidy graduated with his Medical Degree from the University of Queensland in 2003. In 2004 he held the position of intern at Nambour Hospital. Following Nambour, From 2004 to 2006, he was Senior House Officer at Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital, Royal Children’s Hospital and TPCH including terms in General Surgery, General Medicine, Emergency (Principle House Officer), Orthopaedics, Burns, Chronic Pain, O&G and Gynae Oncology, Cardiology, Cardiothoracic Surgery and Pediatric Neurosurgery. During this time he was also the Radiology Registrar with Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.
From 2007 to 2010 he was a Radiology Registrar with terms at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Royal Children’s Hospital Brisbane, The Prince Charles Hospital, Townsville General, Nambour General, Ipswich Hospital, Redcliffe District Hospital and Caboolture Hospital with specialist terms in all areas of Radiology including Nuclear Medicine, Intervention and Women’s Imaging.
In 2011 he served an Interventional Fellowship at The Princess Alexandra Hospital which included Endovascular, Venous Access, Hepatobiliary, GIT (Gastrointestinal Tract), GUT (Genito Ureteric Tract) and CT guided Interventional Training.
He has been the Consultant Radiologist at Caboolture Hospital from 2012 to 2015 providing Diagnostic and Tier A interventional procedures (Breast biopsy and localisation, Lung, Liver and Solid organ Biopsies, CT and USS guided drainages and aspirations, CT and USS guided MSK interventions including Arthrography, Synovial biopsies, joint and bursal aspirations and injections, nerve blocks and perineural infiltration of HCLA including nerve root sleeve, median branch blocks (for RF ablations), facet joint injections, epidural HCLA injections and LPs.)
He has also provided radiology services at Redcliffe Hospital providing Tier A and Tier B interventions including portacath placement and removal, Nephrostomies, IVC filter placement and retrieval etc. and Diagnostic Radiology.
- Pain management – particularly back and joint pain
- Sports Medicine
- Vascular Access
- Breast Imaging and Intervention