Dr Chris Denz
Chris set up the practice 30 years ago, asides from managing the practice he has special interests in: Aviation Medicine; Occupational Medicine; Musculoskeletal Medicine; Colposcopy. Chris is also trained to insert the Implanon contraceptive device.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
Dr Jasper Mahon
Before returning to Perth in 2007, Jasper was a partner in a GP practice in a deprived multi-cultural area of London. He gained extensive experience in independently managing chronic diseases such as: Hypertension, Ischaemic Heart Disease; Diabetes; Chronic Kidney Disease; HIV including PrEP (he is an approved s100 HIV community prescriber in WA); and Hepatitis; and also has interests in Mental Health Problems and Refugee Medicine. He is an Australasian Railway Association (ARA) and Rail Industry Safety and Standards Board (RISSB) Authorised Health Professional and certified to perform UKOG (UK Oil & Gas) offshore medicals
Dr Mathew John
Having spent several years in rural medicine, Mathew has extensive General Practice experience but has particular interests in Paediatrics, Obstetrics, Cardiology, Palliative Care and Pain Management. He also is trained to insert the Implanon contraceptive device.
Monday - Thursday
Dr Edmond Ip grew up in the Goldfields town of Esperance. He graduated from the University of Western Australia in 2010 and completed his fellowship with the Royal Australian college of General practitioners in 2015. He has special interest in Men's and Children's health, Ear Microsuction and the treatment of Hepatitis C. He is a RACGP registrar trainer
Monday - Friday
Prof Tunde Kuteyi
Tunde had his initial medical education and specialty training in Nigeria and has broad experience in general practice, tropical medicine, undergraduate teaching and registrar training. He worked with the Aboriginal community in the Pilbara from 1998 to 2004 and has extensive experience in rural and remote medicine. His main areas of interest include adolescent health; men’s health; family dynamics and health; mental health promotion and medical education. Tunde is fluent in Yoruba.
Dr Romi Gordon
Romi graduated from UWA in 2010. She has previously worked at KEMH and has interests in all aspects of women’s health – sexual health, contraception and antenatal care. She is trained in Implanon and IUD/Mirena insertion and removal and Ear Microsuction. Romi also has a particular interest in mental health and strongly believes in a biopsychosocial model of health.
Mondays, Thursdays & Sundays
Monday, Wednesday - Friday, Alternate Sundays
Dr Edmond Ip
Dr Kye Tan
Kye has particular interests in family medicine and preventative healthcare. Kye also speaks Mandarin and Cantonese.
Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays
Dr Nara Kim
Nara has particular interests in Paediatrics, Women's health and Chronic Disease Management. Nara speaks Korean.
Dr Georgia Frew
Georgia comes from a rural background, having grown up on a farm in Victoria before moving to Kalgoorlie-Boulder. She graduated locally from the University of Western Australia.
Prior to working as a GP, Georgia worked at a number of hospitals across WA, including the opening of Fiona Stanley Hospital in 2015. Georgia has an interest in all areas of health care, with a special interest in women’s health and preventative health. She is trained in the insertion of Implanon contraceptive devices.
Mon, Wed, alternate Saturdays & Sundays
Mon, Tue, Th, Fri – every 3rd Saturday
Dr Jenny Ho
Jenny graduated from UWA in 2005 and in 2010 she obtained her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners where she is a current clinical examiner. Jenny has completed both a Diploma of Child Health and the Vocational Graduate Diploma of Women’s Health in 2008. Jenny is interested in all aspects of patient care, with particular interest in Women’s Health and Paediatrics.
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
Dr Selina Tsui
Selina grew up in Melbourne where she worked as a pharmacist before moving to Perth in 2011 to pursue a career in Medicine. She completed her Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery degree from The University of Notre Dame in 2014 and has since also obtained a Diploma of Children’s Health and The National Certificate of Reproductive and Sexual Health.
She has special interests in travel medicine, women’s health and sexual health (including PrEP prescribing).
Selina is trained in the insertion and removal of the implanon and intrauterine contraceptive devices and is also fluent in Cantonese.
Dr Zachary Denz
Zachary grew up locally, here in Perth but travelled to Queensland to pursue his interest and passion in the area of medicine. After graduating from Bond University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery, he returned home to Perth in 2015 and was working out of Royal Perth Hospital. He has developed many special interests over that time including Chronic Diseases, Respiratory Medicine, Mental health and Travel Medicine.
Monday – Thursday and every 3rd Saturday
Tuesdays – Fridays and every 3rd Saturday