Our Staff

Dr Andrea Kelly

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!

Dr Peter Winterton


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.

Dr Ian Swingler


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.

Dr Victor Ko


Viktor is a Western Australian trained doctor who earned his bachelor of medicine from the University of Notre Dame Fremantle. During his undergraduate studies, he held a John Flynn Scholarship, a graduate of the Rural Clinical School WA (RCSWA), apart of the National Executive of General Practice Student Network (GPSN) and held the medical portfolio for the National Rural Health Student Network (NRHSN). He completed an internship year at Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH), then spent his resident years at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital (SCGH), and finally as a service registrar at Royal Perth Hospital (RPH). His time in the WA health public system has provided him with a large and varied interest in both medical and surgical specialities. Victor has worked in WA for the last 5 years across multiple hospitals and specialities. He enjoys country practice and has done work in Albany and Kalgoorlie. He finds joy in classical music, military history and cars.  

Dr Jenny Palmer


Since graduating with MBBS from UWA in 2008, Jenny worked through the WA hospital system with a particular interest in emergency, orthopaedics and paediatrics. However, after completing seven years in the WA Public Health System at nearly every tertiary hospital in Perth and Bunbury, and a considerable amount of time in the operating theatre, priorities changed and she decided to venture down the path of General Practice. She was accepted onto the GP training program with WAGPET on returning from maternity leave in 2017. With a strong background in acute orthopaedic injury and surgery, general paediatrics, along with new life experiences as a mother of two girls, Jenny can bring a well-rounded approach to consultations. After two years working at a Medical Practice in Kelmscott, Jenny joined Mt Hawthorn Family Practice. She has developed a key interest in the following areas of general practice: Paediatrics; Implanon insertion and removal; Iron infusions; Joint and bone conditions; Minor surgery and; Injury management. She enjoys spending time with her busy family including her two Springer Spaniels, getting out and about on our family cargo bike and getting involved in community activities like the local toy library, craft markets or whatever is going on in the community.

Dr Dianne Sunderman


Dr Dianne Sunderman is a local graduate who has enjoyed 35 years in General Practice. She has recently joined Mt Hawthorn Family Practice after working for 30 years in the same practice in North Perth. Di enjoys all aspects of General Practice - especially women’s health and paediatrics.

Dr Ashleigh Clark

BSc (UWA), MBBS (Notre Dame), SCHP (Sydney Child Health Program)

  Ashleigh completed a Bachelor of Science (BSc) at the University of Western Australia in 2011 before commencing a postgraduate medical degree (MBBS) at the University of Notre Dame, Sydney and graduating in 2015. She completed her internship, residency and began basic physician training in the New South Wales hospital system, before deciding to enter into general practice training. After 8 years in the eastern states, she is very excited to have returned to the west coast!   Ashleigh spent 2020 working in Kalgoorlie which provided her with a broad range of experience in rural primary care. She has developed a particular interest in geriatric medicine but enjoys all aspects of general practice. Ashleigh is able to assist patients with procedures such as minor skin lesion excision, chronic wound management, Implanon insertion and removal, joint injections and iron infusions. She has recently completed the Sydney Child Health Program (SCHP), providing her with some extra training in paediatric care. In her spare time Ashleigh enjoys swimming, playing the ukulele and travel.

Dr Jemma Dalrymple


Jemma grew up in Perth and graduated from the University of Western Australia, but has lived and worked in Sydney for the past twelve years. She is excited to be returning to Perth in 2021 to be closer to her family. Jemma has worked in General Practice for nearly ten years and loves her job! She has particular expertise in women’s health and enjoys caring for new parents and young families, but is also experienced in paediatrics, sexual health, preventive health, mental health and care across the broad spectrum of general practice. When not at work, Jemma keeps busy chasing her two young children; when she has any free time she likes to run, sing and bake.