While clinical radiology is the unwavering focus of our business, Keystone Radiology recognises that both clinical and corporate governance is important in ensuring that we are a trustworthy and reliable provider, employer and business partner. We believe that having the right people in leadership positions is an important starting point for this.
Andrew Dyer, Board Chairman
Andrew became Chairman of Keystone Radiology and Base Imaging Group in 2016.
He is an experienced company director and has served on a number of boards including the Transport Accident Commission, East Grampians Health Service, Grampians Water and Chair of the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman Council.
Andrew currently serves on the boards of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Cancer Council Victoria. He is the National Wind Farm Commissioner for the Australian Government and a Professorial Fellow at Monash University. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Engineering with First Class Honours from Monash University and an MBA from Georgetown University. He is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Justin Mottram, CEO
Justin is a health service executive with approximately 20 years’ experience in the radiology industry. Originally trained as a medical imaging technologist and sonographer, Justin completed further studies in business management in Australia and overseas.
He has worked extensively for national corporate health providers and is now enjoying being part of an organisation that is focused on providing outstanding patient care to regional areas.
Brian Chapman, Radiology Support Officer
Brian is an administrator who has worked in the radiology industry for nearly 25 years, both in the public and private sectors. During this time he has fulfilled many roles, from radiography assistant, to book-keeper and office manager. Brian is responsible for Keystone’s radiologist registration, credentialing and rostering, and also has a special interest in our information technology platform.