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 Maureen Evans
Maureen is an NSW graduate and has worked in NSW, NZ, Tasmania, UK, rural WA and now Perth. Her interests are all aspects of general practice.
Dr Melissa Hannan
Melissa is a local graduate and has completed specific training in child health and general practice. She has a special interest in women’s health and preventative health care.
Dr Samantha Johnson
Dr Samantha Johnson is a local graduate who previously worked at Fremantle Hospital, Princess Margaret Hospital and King Edward Memorial Hospital before switching to general practice. Her special interests are:
Women's health - contraception (Implanon/IUD insertion and removals), antenatal and postnatal care, unplanned pregnancy counselling/referrals/management (medical termination of pregnancy prescriber), and cervical screening.
Sexual health - STI screening and management, Hepatitis B+C management (S100 prescriber), HIV prophylaxis (PrEP prescriber).
Dr Johnson enjoys working with a diverse range of patients and has a commitment to providing non-judgemental medical care.
Outside of medicine, she can be found running around a netball court or running her two sons around.
Dr Tom Owen
Dr Owen graduated from UWA in 2012. Prior to General
Dr Owen was drawn to general practice due to the variety of presentations and the continuity of care and whole person approach it provides. He has a particular interest in children’s health, men's health, preventative health, chronic disease management, geriatric medicine and sports injuries.
“I absolutely love being a GP, and take pride in developing strong relationships with my patients and their families, taking a holistic approach to health care.”
Interests outside of medicine include cycling, fishing and hiking.
Dr William Remedios
William completed his medical degree out of Monash University in Victoria in 2011 and then spent his postgraduate year's training across Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Princess Margaret Hospital and King Edward Memorial Hospital. He has been in general practice for the last few years, joining us in January 2017.
Outside of practice commitments, William enjoys family time, playing soccer and following his beloved Fremantle Dockers.
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.
Erika is an experienced registered nurse who works as a chronic disease management nurse and in the treatment room as required.
Anna is a registered nurse who works as a chronic disease management nurse. She qualified in the UK in 1996 and worked in ICU and the community for ten years. Since her arrival to WA in 2007 she has worked at Fremantle Hospital theatre recovery; the Fremantle Street Doctor mobile GP service and at the Fremantle Women’s Health Centre.
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 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
Receptionists: Alana, Sue, Vicki, and Yvonne
Dr Eugenie Nicolandis,
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.
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