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.