Dr Glen Lo

Position:
MBBS (WA) BMedSc (Hons) FRANZCR
Responsibility:
Diagnostic Radiology
Experience:
17 Years
Experience

Dr Glen Lo is a graduate of the University of Western Australia and WA Inter-Hospital Training program in Diagnostic Radiology.  He undertook subspecialty fellowship training in both Women’s and Abdominal Imaging at the University of Toronto, Canada.  He currently works in both the private sector with Western Ultrasound for Women, and the public sector at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, and BreastScreen WA.

Glen has professional interests in medical teaching as well as medical research. He has been a Full Instructor in Advanced Life Support for the Australian Resuscitation Council.  He has presented both poster and oral presentations at multiple national and international medical conferences.

During his fellowship training in Canada, Glen was awarded the Roberta Jong Award for his original research project.  He has also received multiple grants in Australia for research projects as an undergraduate.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Health Alert

The Government of Western Australia has declared a State of Emergency for Western Australia. The situation changes often; please inquire with our medical receptionists about the relevant steps taken to slow the spread.

The following guidelines provided from St John of God Hospital apply within our clinics:

    • All patients and visitors are to wear masks, unless an exemption applies.
    • All patients and visitors to scan our business SafeWA QR code on entry to our sites.
    • Patients are to be advised that family/friends are not to attend appointments with them (the only exceptions being if they are a parent/guardian of a minor, if the patient requires a carer, or they are the partner of an obstetric patient.)
    • We can confirm vaccination status of our employees and contractors meet WA Health regulations.
    • Telehealth services are being used wherever possible.
    • Physical distancing and hand hygiene are to be practiced at all times.

Please attempt to confirm your appointment before coming.

COVID-19 Health Information Hotline: 1800 020 080 | Department of Health Health Warnings

Updated 16 Feb 2022