Dr. Godfrey Chatora
Dr Godfrey Chatora is a consultant radiologist who was awarded the MBChB degree from the University of Zimbabwe in 2002, graduating with honours. He proceeded to complete a Basic Surgical Training Rotation in Norfolk, in the United Kingdom before proceeding to General Radiology Training in Nottingham, during which time he was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists, (FRCR).
He later undertook subspecialty fellowship training in Vascular and Interventional Radiology both in Nottingham, (a UK Level One regional trauma centre and major centre for Interventional Radiology) as well as a period of Out of Programme training at the renowned Sheffield Academic Vascular Unit. He is passionate about advancing patient care through minimal access interventional radiology procedures.
Dr. Maitazvenyu Mvere
Dr Maitazvenyu Mvere is a board-certified Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists in the United Kingdom. She received her medical degree from the University of Zimbabwe, and completed her internship at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust in the United Kingdom. Dr Mvere trained as a general radiologist in the Nottingham Radiology Training Scheme and was admitted as a Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists in 2010.
She then completed a 2 year fellowship in Breast Imaging and Interventional Procedures at the internationally recognised Nottingham Breast Institute. She is passionate about early detection and treatment of breast cancer and the use of core needle biopsy for the diagnosis of breast cancer. In 2014, she established the breast cancer multidisciplinary team meeting. This is a meeting held at least monthly and attended by various health professionals in the country including radiologists, pathologists, surgeons, oncologists, mammographers, physiotherapists and nurses. It provides a platform for the various disciplines to discuss individual cases ensuring high quality and patient centred care which adhering to the latest international guidelines and standards of care.