MIC Radiology Group

A Brief History

Formerly known as Medical Imaging Centre (MIC), MIC Radiology Group was founded by Dr Godfrey Chatora in 2015. The 2019 name change was a strategic rebranding to encompass a growing scope of services.

MIC Diagnostic, formerly Medical Imaging Centre, continues to provide a wide range of diagnostic imaging services, including X-rays, Ultrasound, fluoroscopy, mammography , MRI and CT scans.

MIC Interventional, formally the Interventional Radiology Clinic, specialises in minimally invasive procedures guided by imaging, offering a compelling alternative to traditional surgery.

MIC Women’s Imaging, founded in August 2022, offers specialised imaging services for women’s health after acquiring the country’s first 3D Mammogram unit.

In the years that followed MIC Radiology Group has experienced continued growth and diversification. The team, started with just 10 dedicated individuals, has now grown to over 80 skilled professionals across various departments. This expansion has necessitated further growth, leading to the establishment of three additional operating locations across Harare.

What drives MIC Radiology Group?

Our Mission & Values


Our mission is to change lives through the provision of high quality and innovative Interventional Radiology and Diagnostic Services


To be a national and regional centre of excellence in the provision of comprehensive Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology services


We are committed to professionalism in our day to day interactions with our clients

We are consistently honest, transparent and ethical in conducting our day to day business and handling our patients

Innovation & Quality
We take pride in our expertise and strive to constantly pursue new innovative technology

We collaborate across departments to provide seamless service for optimum patient experience

MIC Radiology Group

Meet The Team

MIC Radiology Group

Meet The Team

Dr. Godfrey Chatora

Interventional Radiology

Dr. Godfrey Chatora is currently serving as the clinical lead and consultant interventional radiologist at MIC Radiology Group. He has an impressive background in both diagnostic and interventional radiology.

Dr. Chatora’s academic journey began at the University of Zimbabwe, where he earned his MBChB degree with honours in 2002. After graduating, he pursued his Basic Surgical Training Rotation in Norfolk, United Kingdom. During this time, he specialised in general radiology training at Nottingham and obtained the Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists (FRCR).

He completed a fellowship program in Vascular and Interventional Radiology at a leading regional trauma center in Nottingham, as well as a prestigious program at the Sheffield Academic Vascular Unit.

Driven by a strong desire to improve patient outcomes in Zimbabwe, Dr. Chatora is a passionate advocate for minimally invasive interventional radiology procedures.

Dr. Maitazvenyu Mvere

Women’s Imaging

Dr. Maitazvenyu Mvere earned her medical degree from the University of Zimbabwe. She completed her radiology training in the Nottingham Radiology Training Scheme in the United Kingdom and became a Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists in 2010.

Afterwards, she pursued a 2-year fellowship in breast imaging and interventional radiology and, following successful completion, returned to Zimbabwe in 2013. In that same year, she established the breast cancer multidisciplinary meeting, which serves as a platform for various specialist doctors to discuss individual cases. The goal of this meeting is to ensure high-quality and patient-centered care that aligns with the latest international guidelines.

From 2013 to 2022, she worked as the resident radiologist and clinical director at the Well Woman Clinic.

In 2022, Dr. Mvere was appointed as the managing radiologist of MIC Radiology Group and became the head of its new Women’s Imaging Division. She played a key role in installing the country’s first 3D mammography (digital breast tomosynthesis) machine at MIC Radiology Group. In 2022, she was admitted to the European Board of Breast Imaging after successfully completing the European Diploma in Breast Imaging.

Dr. Bruce Mupurwa

Diagnostic Radiology

Fellow of the College of Medicine South Africa. Since joining MIC Radiology Group in 2023, Bruce has shown dedication and commitment to patient services and outcome. “An extraordinary work ethic and focused commitment to ‘get it right’, together with respect and humility for one another, creates a workforce destined for great accomplishment” For about 5 years Bruce studied at the university of Cape Town and was attached to Groote Schuur Hospital and Redcross Memorial Children’s Hospital. At these institutions he was lucky enough to be exposed to world-class patient management systems and standards.

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