Precision Radiation Services Pty Ltd

ABN: 29 655 482 714
Contact: Rik Nezich, Principal Medical Physicist / Director
Email: rikki.nezich@precisionradiation.com.au
Mobile: 0410664043

Rik Nezich BSc (Hons), MSc, CMPS (DI), MACPSEM

Rik is the Principal Medical Physics Consultant and Director of Precision Radiation Services. He has over a decade of experience working as a medical radiation physicist at tertiary hospitals in Perth. He is an experienced X-ray compliance tester and radiation safety advisor and holds Qualified Expert status with the WA Radiological Council.

Rik attained his formal qualification as a certified Radiology Medical Physicist through Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine (ACPSEM) TEAP accreditation pathway.

Qualifications
– Certification in Radiology Medical Physics, Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine
– Master of Medical Physics, University of Western Australia
– Bachelor of Science with First Class Honours in Biophysics, University of Western Australia

Experience
– Senior Medical Physicist, Medical Imaging, Perth Children’s Hospital
– Medical Physicist, Medical Technology & Physics, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital
– ACPSEM TEAP Registrar, Diagnostic Imaging, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital

Licenses and Certifications
– Registration as a Qualified Medical Physics Specialist in Radiology Medical Physics, ACPSEM
– Australasian Radiation Protection Accreditation Board (ARPAB) Certification in Radiation Safety
– ACPSEM/RANZCR Mammography Testing Certification
– Qualified Expert (QE) status with the WA Radiological Council
– Compliance Tester License (Western Australia)
– Certificate of Accreditation (Northern Territory)

Memberships and community involvement
– Member of the WA Radiological Council diagnostic x-ray compliance testing working group
– Member of the Australian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine
РPeer reviewer for Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine journal
– Casual lecturer in Medical Imaging Physics (PHYS5401), The University of Western Australia