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All the doctors in the practice have satisfied the training requirements of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, and are either on the Vocational Register of General Practitioners, or in the process of gaining their Vocational Registration. We are committed to providing high quality general practice and are involved in continuing professional development.
Dr D’Souza has practiced medicine since 1974 and has worked in Lockridge since 1990. He trained through the University of Birmingham (UK) and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons. While in the UK, Oscar trained and specialised in ear, nose and throat surgery and retains a special interest in these areas of care. Oscar consults every day (Monday to Friday). Because of Dr D’Souza’s personal beliefs, he is not able to offer you advice or assistance regarding terminations of pregnacies, including abortions. if you require advice or assistance regarding this, please ask to speak to one of our nurses.
Dr Fatovich has worked in Lockridge since 1979. He has interests in all aspects of family medicine, especially multicultural health, men’s health, diabetes, palliative care and counselling. He has been involved in teaching General Practice and does CPD with the Perth and Hills Division. Barry is full time. He sees patients in both St Vincent and Ella Williams Nursing Homes and has admitting rights at Swan Districts Hospital. He speaks Croatian, Bosnian and Serbian.
Graduated from Monash University in Melbourne in 1990, has lived in Perth and practiced in Lockridge since 1995 and combines General Practice with Medical Education at undergraduate and postgraduate levels; works with the Royal Flying Doctor, Women’s Service. She practices all areas of General Practice and has a special interest in complementary and nutritional medicine.
Dr Pritchard has been a GP in Lockridge since 1985 and is interested in all aspects of family medicine. Doug practices anaesthetics at local and country hospitals, teaches medical students and is actively involved in general practice research.
Graduated: Bachelor Medicine in 1981, specialist in pulmonology (respiratory medicine) and Master of Medical Science in 1987. Dr Filipovic joined the Australian Medical Council in 2007, commenced working at the practice in August 2010 and since this time has completed her post graduate training and has become a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2012. Dr Filipovic works part time at the practice and speaks Croatian, Bosnian and Serbian.
Dr Koh graduated from the University of Sheffield, UK in 2002. She practices all areas of General Practice and has special interests in women’s and children’s health. She is also an examiner for the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
Because of Dr Koh’s personal beliefs, she is not able to offer you advice or assistance regarding terminations of pregnancies, including abortions. If you require advice or assistance regarding this, please ask to speak to one of our nurses.
After graduating with MBBS (Hons) in 2010 from the University of Western Australia, Sarah worked at Royal Perth and Princess Margaret hospital as a junior doctor for 5 years. Sarah received the RACGP Registrar of the year award in 2017 for her service to her colleagues, patients and the community. She has an interest in doctors’ wellbeing and was awarded the AMA (WA) Junior Doctor of the Year award in 2017 for services to doctors’ welfare. She continues in her advocacy today as Assistant Director of the Doctors’ Health Advisory Service WA. Sarah also has a passion for teaching and holds tutoring positions at Notre Dame and Curtin medical schools and is an adjuvant supervisor of WAGPET GP registrars at Lockridge. Sarah enjoys serving the needs of the local Lockridge community providing high quality general practice management to all patients, with an interest in chronic disease. In her spare time, Sarah is an aspiring children’s book author and illustrator.
Dr Adam graduated from the University of Western Australia in 2010 and undertook general practice training at Lockridge. After completing postgraduate training, he returned to Lockridge in 2016. He works part time and is particularly interested in children’s health and medical education.
Dr Humphry graduated from the University of Western Australia in 1999. She completed her general practice training in 2004 with a Diploma of child Health 2002. She enjoys all areas of general practice with a special interest in women’s and children’s health.
Dr McQuillan graduated from Queen’s University, Belfast in 2009. After working for a few years in Ireland she emigrated to Perth where she predominately worked in Emergency medicine in both adult and paediatric medicine. She commenced General Practice training in 2016 and has become a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2017. She has also completed the Diploma of Child Health from The University of Westmead and has attained a certificate in Sexual Health and Family Planning. She works part time and is particularly interested in child health, adolescent medicine and women’s health.
Dr Glasson graduated from the Australian National University Medical School in 2010. She worked as a GP Registrar in rural NSW and completed her General Practice Fellowship in 2015. Belinda enjoys all aspects of General Practice, and is passionate about medical education. She has been involved with medical student and GP registrar training since 2015. She moved to WA with her family in 2019 and is excited to join the team at Lockridge Medical Centre.
Dr Alana Dawson graduated from University of Western Australia in 2010 and completed her internship at Royal Perth Hospital. Being a registrar in both geriatric and general medicine Alana has developed a keen interest in chronic disease management as well as women’s and children’s health.
Dr Jacinta Montgomery graduated from the University of Notre Dame Fremantle in 2015. Since graduating Jacinta has worked at Fiona Stanley, Rockingham and Fremantle Hospitals in a variety of healthcare fields. She has a Certificate in Sexual Health and is working towards finishing a Diploma of Child Health in 2019. Jacinta is particularly interested in women and children’s health.
Dr Pippa Byrd graduated from the University of Western Australia in 2013. Pippa completed her internship and resident years at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, before spending some time as a surgical registrar at Royal Perth Hospital. Pippa has completed her FPAA Certificate in Reproductive and Sexual Health and she is currently undertaking the Sydney Child Health Program. Pippa has a keen interest in women’s and children’s health as well as all things procedural. Pippa loves to develop her skills and would someday like to work in rural Western Australia.
Dr Jie Xu graduated in 2012 and started GP training in 2018. After completing internship at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital Jie has worked in a variety of medical specialties including General Medicine, Surgery and Paediatrics. He enjoys building a relationship with his patients and has a special interest in musculoskeletal and skin cancer medicine.
Lisa graduated with a combined MBBS & BMedSci degree from the University of Melbourne in 2012. Prior to joining the Lockridge team in 2018, Lisa worked for a few years as a junior doctor at Royal Perth Hospital and also spent some time working in Geraldton and Broome as a GP registrar.
Lisa has particular interests in chronic disease management and palliative care. She is an authorised S100 community prescriber for the initiation and maintenance treatment of chronic hepatitis B infection, and is experienced in the treatment of chronic hepatitis C infection.
She is fluent in Mandarin Chinese. She currently works part time at Lockridge and is due to complete her GP training later this year.
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All nurses are trained Asthma educators, with have certificates in childhood immunisations. Most have cervical screening experience and training and run nurse led clinics when needed including flu clinics alongside the Lockridge doctors
Our nurses are all fully competent in lung function tests, ECG’s, triage, health assessments, indigenous health care, annual 45+ & 75+ health care checks. Onsite Sterilisation is all handled by the nurses, follow all best practice procedures.
All new vaccines that come out, we will be the fist to know and educate ourselves to make sure that we know everything there is to know.
All Lockridge nurses are fully trained and up to date on all of the latest best practices when it comes to wound care and dressings
When you need someone to talk to, the nurses of Lockridge are here to listen.