Dr Doug Lingard is a radiologist and nuclear medicine doctor with extensive experience, who has worked in various leadership positions in Auckland, Washington DC and Sydney.
Dr Lingard co-founded Pittwater Radiology Partners in Australia, a company that after a series of mergers and acquisitions listed on the ASX in mid-2000 became Medical Imaging Australasia. It became the largest provider of radiology services in Australia and a major provider of imaging diagnostics to the NHS in the UK. In mid-2004, MCA was acquired by DCA Group Ltd for $ 700 million to become one of the largest radiology companies in the world, and the leading practice in Australia known as I-Med.
Dr Lingard holds a medical degree and is a member of the Radiologists Association of Royal Australia & New Zeland, a senior associate of FinSIA, a member of the Australian Institute of Business Directors, and the founder and president of the Mito Foundation which is a charity in Australia for people with mitochondrial disease.