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Medical Director

Dr Stephen Davies : Medical Director

Dr Stephen Davies

Medical Director


Dr Stephen Davies MA FRCP FRCR was appointed as Medical Director at MEDICA in May 2013. He undertook pre-clinical studies at Cambridge (Sidney Sussex College) 1975-78 and his clinical studies at The Royal London 1978-1981. Having gained MRCP whilst Medical Registrar at Kings College Hospital he moved back to The Royal London for Radiology Training. He was appointed as a Consultant Radiologist in 1991 to Cwm Taf Health Board where he worked full-time until May 2013 and then part-time until his retirement in December 2016.

He was President of the British Institute of Radiology 2010-2012, UKRC President for 2008 and 2009 Congresses, Associate Dean and Head of Radiology School in Wales 2005-2011 and Quality Assurance Lead for Education for the Clinical Radiology Faculty at the RCR 2010-2012. He is a musculoskeletal radiologist and is an accredited Expert Witness. He is a Visiting Professor at the University of Glamorgan.

His radiological profile is as a musculoskeletal and general radiology. He has an interest in performance in doctors which stems from his time as Head of the Wales Radiology Training School.

As Medical Director at MEDICA Reporting he has responsibility for Clinical Governance and oversight of the Clinical Strategy. He is a Board Member and Responsible Officer.

In October 2015, he was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal by The British Institute of Radiology.

Clinical Director

Robert Lavis : Clinical Director - shortly to take up appointment

Robert Lavis

Clinical Director - shortly to take up appointment

Clinical Leadership Team

Dr Danya R Jeffrey : Associate Medical Director – Clinical Appraisal Lead

Dr Danya R Jeffrey

Associate Medical Director – Clinical Appraisal Lead


Dr Danya R Jeffrey MA BM BCh MRCP FRCR is a consultant radiologist working at Aneurin Bevan Health Board with subspecialty interests in musculoskeletal and thoracic imaging.

She qualified in Medicine from Oxford University in 1992 and trained on the Bristol Radiology Training Scheme. She spent a year working as a general radiologist in Vancouver before taking up her current post in South Wales.

She is an experienced medical appraiser, having carried out many appraisals both within the NHS and for MEDICA.  She undertakes appraisals for consultants from a wide range of specialties and is qualified to perform revalidation ready appraisals.

Dr Jeffrey is also an honorary clinical teacher at Cardiff University and Clinical Audit Lead for the Royal Gwent Hospital, Newport.  She has also worked as a reporting radiologist with MEDICA since 2012.

Dr Maxine Murray : Clinical Audit Lead

Dr Maxine Murray

Clinical Audit Lead


Dr Maxine Murray MB ChB MRCP FRCR MA (Clin. Ed) AHEA is a Consultant Radiologist with subspecialty interest in chest and neuroradiology and is a member of the BSTI.

Dr Murray has a particular interest in teaching and gained an MA in Clinical Education in 2007. She was a sub-Dean and Honorary senior clinical lecturer at Brighton and Sussex Medical School from 2005-2012 and was appointed as a facilitator for Undergraduate teaching in 2017. She continues to examine and interview at BSMS on a regular basis.

In 2009, she was appointed Associate Clinical Professor at the American University of the Caribbean. Dr Murray gained accreditation as a Royal College of Physicians Educator in 2012 and an Associate Member of the Higher Education Academy. She has also been a Validator for the Radiology Integrated Training Initiative of the RCR and has trained as a Mentor and Appraiser.

In her spare time, she likes to play as much tennis as possible, breed boarder terriers as well as trying to keep three daughters on the straight and narrow.

Dr Murray has reported for MEDICA since 2014.

Dr Ronny Sandhu : Clinical Engagement Lead

Dr Ronny Sandhu

Clinical Engagement Lead


Dr Ronny Sandhu MA(cantab), MBBS, MRCS, FRCR is a Consultant General Radiologist with special interests in acute and oncology imaging and PET-CT, currently working at Croydon NHS Trust. His pre-clinical studies were at Trinity College, Cambridge and clinical studies at Royal Free and University College London Medical School.

Having gained MRCS during foundation training, he has completed his general radiology training at Imperial College NHS Trust, where he subspecialised in nuclear medicine and hybrid imaging. Since his CCT in 2014, he has worked as a trauma and onco-radiologist at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham and a locum at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Trust.

Since his CCT, he has also studied the graduate diploma in law and has worked for a year as a healthcare management consultant for Ernst and Young, which included working on two cost improvement programmes and on a secondment to NHS England within the New Care Models design team. He is an appraiser and has worked in teleradiology since 2015. Currently he is training as a counsellor and is a keen oil painter.

His roles at MEDICA will be twofold. Firstly, as a reporting radiologist engaging in Routine and NightHawk reporting. Secondly, as Clinical Engagement Lead for Radiologists and Reporting Radiographers. This is a wide ranging role which will include aspects of radiologist and radiographer engagement and retention.

Medica draws advice from a range of subspecialty advisors.