MBBS Dip Child Health FRACGP
I am a local graduate who after training at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital/ Princess Margaret Hospital/ Joondalup Health Campus, decided that general practice was my calling. I attained my fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2004 after training throughout regional Western Australia, and since then I have practiced in both metropolitan and rural locations in WA and Queensland.
I enjoy the variety of general practice. Whilst I have particular interests in children's health, women's health, general and preventative medicine and aged care, I enjoy all facets of general practice.
When I am not working, I enjoy spending time with my family - my 2 children, husband and dog keep me running!
Peter has been in practice in Mt Hawthorn for over 35 years, covering all areas of General Practice.
He has a strong presence in all areas of General Practice, having done Obstetrics for 20 years, paediatrics, general medicine and aged care.
He is also skilled in doing minor skin surgery. He has been involved in both undergraduate and post graduate teaching for his entire career
He is multilingual speaking German and some Italian . He is renowned for his gentle and compassionate approach to the most complex of issues.
MBBS B.Pharm MBA
Ian is happily married to Christine, another General Practitioner (GP), they have two teenage children and a black and tan long haired miniature dachshund called Charlie. He grew up in Perth as one of 7 children, attended Hollywood Senior High School and completed a Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharm) at Curtin University before working as a Hospital Pharmacist in the Northern Territory, at The Mount Hospital and Hollywood Hospital. Whilst working in the private sector, he went on to complete a Master of Business Administration at the University of Western Australia (UWA), returning later as a mature age student to tackle the challenge of studying Medicine, completing at the end of 2011.
Ian undertook his internship at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital before a further 4 years rotating through a broad selection of medical speciality areas at a number of metropolitan hospitals. He has just returned to Perth after completing a 12 month country placement working in the local emergency department, managing hospital inpatients and consulting at one of the local general practices.
Ian enjoys family, Charlie the Dachshund, travel, music, AFL, hockey and soccer. His favourite experiences include travelling the trans- Mongolian railway, attending the Barcelona Olympics in 1992 and following the Socceroos at the 2006 World Cup in Germany.