Our Team

Our Doctors

Dr Murray Dougall

Murray is the practice principal, graduating from the University of Western Australia in 1991 and undertook specific general practice training, gaining the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners fellowship in 1995.

He has a wide area of interest in all aspects of general practice patient care ranging from the newborn to the elderly including minor procedures, complex medical problems and chronic disease.

Dr Catherine Ko

Catherine graduated from the University of Western Australia in 2010. She worked in multiple hospitals in Perth and Sydney, completing diplomas in women's and children's health before specialising in general practice.

After 5 years of living in Switzerland, she is keen to return to work in her hometown. Her special interests are antenatal care, women's health (including Implanon and Mirena insertion) and preventative care.

Catherine can also speak German.

Dr Jaswinder Mudhar

Dr Jaswinder Mudhar has been a GP for over 25 years with extensive experience. Her work involves consulting and treating all general practice cases, women’s health issues and child health problems.

She has a special interest in women’s health, family medicine, adolescent health and skin surgery.

She speaks Hindi, Punjabi and Swahili.

Dr Olga Ward

Olga is a procedural GP who maintains active involvement with country work via regular clinics with RFDS. She also enjoys teaching students and working in palliative care and aviation medicine. Apart from general practice, her other work involves the support and education of rural GPs.

Olga is a recipient of the prestigious AMA (WA) Hippocrates Award for her unwavering commitment to the profession of medicine and her dedicated service to patients and the broader community.

Dr Paul Poon

Dr Paul Poon is a local graduate of the University of Western Australia.

He has been practicing in the Bentley area since 2000, providing continuity of care to patients of all ages. He has extensive experience with complex care management of elderly patients.

Prof Tunde Kuteyi

Dr Tunde Kuteyi 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.


Our Nurses

Erika Ballack

Erika is an experienced registered nurse who works as a chronic disease management nurse and in the treatment room as required.

Esther Leenhouwers

Esther is a highly experienced nurse who trained at Royal Perth Hospital and worked in emergency for twelve years. She has been working as a practice nurse for 25 years and manages our treatment room.


Our Administration

Our friendly and knowledgeable administrative staff work cohesively to facilitate the smooth running of our practice. They efficiently balance the demand for appointments with other duties, such as responding to telephone calls and supporting the clinical staff to ensure your needs are met appropriately. They are dedicated to helping you and are committed to upholding the practice mission and values.

Practice Manager: Liza

Reception Staff: Alana, Allison, Nicole and Sue


Our Allied Professional Support

Dr Eugenie Nicolandis,

Podiatrist/Podiatric Surgeon

BHSc (Podiatry), MHSc(Podiatry), DClinPod (Foot Surgery)

Eugenie completed her Bachelor of Podiatry in New Zealand in 2004 and worked as a locum before moving to Brisbane where she was the Coordinator of Podiatry at Princess Alexandra Hospital for three years where her main focus was working in a Multidisciplinary High-Risk Foot Clinic. She returned to Perth and continued her training with an emphasis on autoimmune diseases and diabetic wound care (feet) and sports medicine. She has completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Medicine and a Masters in Health Science. In 2017 she completed her Doctorate of Clinical Podiatry which allows her to help more people with acute or chronic foot issues, guiding them with an informed decision prior to having any surgery to their feet.

Eugenie is very passionate about foot health and encourages patients to continue physical activity whilst having a chronic condition. She also enjoys presenting at community and hospital events to create better awareness of better foot health. She continues in private practice and has held senior hospital podiatry positions throughout her career.

Tania Balfas,

Dietitian (APD) BSc (Nutrition), Post Grad Dip (Diet)

Tania is an accredited practising dietitian and a member of the Dietitians Association of Australia. She completed her Bachelors in Nutrition and Postgraduate degree in Dietetics at Curtin University. She has experience with various conditions and is passionate about assisting people to achieve their health goals. Her areas of interest include diabetes, weight management, heart health, irritable bowel syndrome, osteoporosis, malnutrition, paediatric nutrition and healthy eating for all age groups.

She provides one-on-one counselling to clients whilst taking into consideration their personal situations (lifestyle, family needs) and preferences to provide them with advice that is achievable. Tania provides her clients with that is evidence-based and is most up-to-date with the current research.