Dr Rikki Priest

Rikki is a GP, health coach, educator and mother. She graduated from the local University (Notre Dame Fremantle) in 2013. She has moved into general practice after 6 years of experience working in high-risk obstetrics and gynaecology in the hospital setting.

She welcomes new patients is excited about having the opportunity to build meaningful, long term relationships with patients.

She is passionate about many things including

  • Obstetrics and perinatal education, support planning and mental health
  • Paediatrics and child health
  • Procedural and surgical medicine (incl. dermatology)
  • Sexual health and contraception (including intrauterine devices and implanons)
  • Lifestyle and integrative medicine including safe interprofessional collaboration with complementary health providers (currently working towards certification in lifestyle medicine)
  • Gynaecology, menstrual disorders, menopause, hormone health
  • LGTBQIA medicine
  • Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander health
  • Older adult and chronic disease management incl. care planning and health assessments
  • Medical education (does sessional teaching and lectures at Notre Dame University)
  • Health practitioner health and wellbeing (Doctors Health Advisory Service of WA Committee Member)

She was born in Kalgoorlie, had a modest upbringing by her single mother here in WA and worked hard to get into medical school and pursue a career in medicine.

Her postgraduate qualifications include a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Health and Wellness Coaching Certification and Cert. Health Professional Education.

She loves being a mum to two young children and enjoys camping and the outdoors. She hates running.

Kate Evelegh

As an accredited practicing dietitian (APD) with a masters in nutrition and Dietetics (Edith Cowan University), I am passionate about creating positive change and making a difference to the lives of people in the community.  My nutrition knowledge and specialised skill set involves identifying nutrition deficits and developing individualised nutrition interventions to improve health outcomes or achieve specific health-related goals.

  • Assessment of individual nutritional and health needs
  • Nutrition Counselling and forming healthy eating habits
  • Developing nutrition plans, considering both preferences and budgets
  • Evaluating the effects of the nutrition plans and adapting as needed
  • Promoting improved health by communicating diet, nutrition, and the relationship between good eating habits and preventing or managing specific diseases

I have a particular interest in family nutrition.  I love being outdoors, hanging out with my four children, learning about new foods and cultures, cooking and of course eating!

Dr William (Bill) Sands

Dr Sands has worked as a GP in Fremantle since 1981, bringing more than 30 years of professional experience to the practice. Holding a fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, a diploma of child health and a diploma in obstetrics and gynaecology, Dr Sands is also involved in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education.

Interested in all aspects of family medicine, Dr Sands has a particular passion for chronic complex disease management. He is also interested in developing local primary care and prefers not to refer patients for terminations.

Dr Ann-Sofie Pokrant

An experienced GP, Dr Pokrant’s special interests lie in women’s health and family medicine, and she’s skilled in inserting Mirena and Implanon contraceptive devices. Dr Pokrant has a long association with the Fremantle community and is also involved in undergraduate teaching at the medical centre. She also speaks Swedish.

Dr Pokrant is back from Maternity Leave and is available on Tuesday’s 10:00am – 4:00pm and Sunday’s 9:00am – 11:45am

Dr Catherine Brooker

Dr Brooker is an experienced GP and has extra Qualifications in women’s health and Paediatrics. She is skilled at inserting Mirena and Implanon contraceptive devices and has an interest in the health care of Aboriginal People and holds a fellowship with the Royal Australian College of GP’s.

Dr Tom Johnston

Dr Tom Johnston has been in General Practice for 25 years. He has worked in Germany, the UK and more recently in Canberra.

He is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and a former conjoint lecturer with the University of Western Sydney Medical School.

He holds a certificate in Primary Skin Cancer Medicine and also has a keen interest in Adolescent Mental Health, Travel Medicine and Chronic Pain Management.

Dr Jenny Donnelly

Jenny graduated from UWA with honours in 2003 and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She has worked for a number of years as a medical registrar in both Fremantle and Rockingham hospitals gaining a wide range of experience. Since finding General Practice Jenny has done further studies in child health completing her Diploma in Child Health from Westmead in Sydney.

Jenny enjoys all aspects of General Practice with particular interests in prevention and management of chronic disease, child health and aged care.

Dr John Varona

Dr Varona graduated from UQ in 2010. He has worked as a medical practitioner since 2011. After working at the Royal Adelaide Hospital Dr Varona chose to specialise in general practice. He has recently joined the Canning Medical Centre after moving to Western Australia.

He holds a Fellowship with the Royal College of General Practitioners

He is interested in all aspects of family medicine but has a special interest in minor procedures. He is experienced in lmplanon insertions.

He is available 4 days a week, Monday to Thursday, and is happy to see new patients

Dr Atoosa Khosrowshahi

Dr Atoosa has a special interest in womens health, she has also worked in Adult and Paediatric Emergency Departments.

Dr Dana Luscher

General Practitioner