Medical Physicists

Medical physicists help develop, plan and implement your treatment programme. They perform regular checks of radiation equipment and treatment plans to ensure these are of high standard and adhere to radiation safety.

Kelvin Hiscoke

Kelvin Hiscoke
Chief Medical Physicist

Kelvin was awarded his degree at University of Otago. He started working  at Midcentral District Health Board in 2000 and, after 4 years, decided to move to London for an overseas experience.  While in London he took up a role as Senior Medical Physicist at Mount Vernon Hospital.

In 2008 he moved into central London to work at The Harley Street Clinic as a Principal Physicist.  While at the Harley Street Clinic, Kelvin became specialised in Radiosurgery and Stereotactic Ablative Radiotherapy (SABR) working with specialised equipment such as the Cyberknife and Gamma Knife units.  In 2011 he was promoted to Chief Physicist which he held until deciding to return to New Zealand at the end of 2015 to take up the Chief Physicist role at KKC.

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