Dr Sagar Ramani is based on the Gold Coast and attends GenesisCare Tugun and Southport treatment centres.
Dr Ramani qualified from Chennai, India in 1997 and moved to the UK for higher education. He completed post-graduate training in Internal Medicine (MRCP 2002) followed by completion of specialist training in Clinical Oncology (FRCR 2007) in the UK. The same year he completed postgraduate studies in Oncology from Liverpool University, UK. After a one-year post fellowship training he commenced practise as a Specialist Clinical Oncologist in Clatterbridge Cancer Centre in the UK from 2008.
Sagar moved to Australia in late 2011 for family reasons and started working as a specialist Radiation Oncologist. He was successful in obtaining the Fellowship of Royal Australia New Zealand College of Radiologists in 2013.
His special interests include lung, prostate, breast and GI malignancies. He has expertise in latest radiation technologies such as Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy (VMAT), Image Guided Radiotherapy (IGRT), Stereotactic Ablative Body Radiotherapy (SABR) and Contact Therapy for rectal cancer. He is an active member of the GenesisCare Queensland research committee as well as the Trans-Tasman Radiation Oncology Group (TROG) and is involved in recruiting patients in clinical trials.
He has been the chair of the SABR lung program in GenesisCare Queensland since its inception in 2014. He was the Director of Training (DoT) for RANZCR (Royal Australia New Zealand College of Radiologists) trainee registrars on the Gold Coast from February 2015 to June 2018. He is currently the Regional Medical Director for GenesisCare Gold Coast. Sagar is an active member of the Queensland SABR working group and GenesisCare Queensland’s Clinical Management Committee (CMC). He has been actively involved in the development of a national radiation oncology portal for GenesisCare.
He has visiting and admission rights to John Flynn Private Hospital, Pindara Private Hospital, and Gold Coast Private Hospital. Sagar attends various multidisciplinary meetings on the Gold Coast and Tweed.