Diane Davies is an obstetrician and gynaecologist with a special interest in obstetric and gynaecological ultrasound. She completed her medical training at The University of Western Australia, worked in general practice for 5 years and then proceeded to specialist training in obstetrics and gynaecology at King Edward Memorial Hospital in Perth. Subsequently, Diane trained in ultrasound, obtaining the Diploma of Diagnostic Ultrasound.
Diane is a sessional sonologist within the Ultrasound Department at King Edward Memorial Hospital. She has a special interest in gynaecologic ultrasound, particularly complex gynaecology.
Dr Davies has a long term interest in Indigenous women’s health and is Chairman of the Board of Mobile GP (Homeless Healthcare) which provides primary health service to homeless people and those at risk of homelessness. In 2014 she was inducted into WA Women's Hall of Fame for her work with Mobile GP.
Dr Luigi D’Orsogna - MBBS (WA) FRACP
Dr D’Orsogna is a Western Australian trained medical practitioner who has trained in paediatric cardiology in North America before returning to Western Australia. He is an experienced paediatric and fetal cardiologist who established the first Fetal Cardiology Service in Western Australia at King Edward Memorial Hospital in 1996. Dr D’Orsogna has expertise on all facets of fetal cardiology with a particular interest in fetal cardiac arrhythmias and structural congenital cardiac disease. He is pleased to be associated with Women’s Imaging Services and is available to assess any pregnant women with suspected fetal cardiac anomalies including fetal cardiac arrhythmia with fetal echocardiography. This also includes the assessment of pregnant women who are at risk for fetal cardiac abnormalities such as increased nuchal thickening on first trimester, the fetus with suspected chromosomal anomaly or significant extra-cardiac abnormality, family history of congenital heart disease, maternal auto-immune disease such as SLE or Sjogren’s disease, and maternal exposure to teratogens such as alcohol, anti-convulsant medication or lithium.
Joanne Glover - ARRT ARDMS (USA) AMS
Jo trained as a sonographer over 27 years ago in Michigan, USA. Specialising in obstetrics she worked in a busy perinatal ultrasound department in a large tertiary referral centre.
Returning to Australia in 1995 she worked in Melbourne, gaining skills in gynaecology and furthering her knowledge in obstetric ultrasound before moving to Perth in 2000.
She now calls Western Australia home having raised her three children here.
Dawn Voges - DipAppSci (Rad) DMU AMS
Dawn initially trained as a radiographer in Western Australia, working in both metropolitan and rural regions before focusing on ultrasound, receiving her sonography qualification in the United Kingdom. She returned to Australia to work in Melbourne, where she specialised in obstetric and gynaecologic ultrasound. Dawn is Deputy Chief Sonographer at the Ultrasound Department at King Edward Memorial Hospital in Perth.
Dawn has a particular interest in the application of computerisation for ultrasound imaging and 3D ultrasound techniques.