MBBS MMSC FRACGP.,
Dr Quam is a well sought after GP with almost 2 decades of practicing experience.
He has a postgraduate degree from the University of Nottingham, UK and has particular interest in women’s and children’s health.
Other areas of special interest include Men’s health, Aged Care, Mental health, Travel and Skin medicine.
He is compassionate and prides himself on attention to detail.
Dr Mandana Arshi (Mandy) was born in Iran and after completing her Medical Degree worked for several years as a doctor in both remote rural areas and cities in the North of Iran.
She became interested in research and was successful in applying for a place in a PhD program at The University of Queensland, Australia. She was awarded her PhD in the field of childhood asthma and obesity in 2012.
Following her PhD, Dr Arshi worked in hospitals in Brisbane and surrounding cities for several years in the Surgical, Medical, Paediatrics, Mental Health and Emergency wards thereby obtaining her registration with the Australian Medical Board and Medicare Australia.
Dr Arshi has been practicing as a senior doctor in primary care for over 10 years. She is mother of two young children, is passionate about women’s health, mothers to be, as well as children and family care.
As a scientist and cosmetic doctor, Dr Arshi takes an evidence-based approach to facial change based on a deep understanding of structure, musculature, skin dynamics and symmetry. Consultation with Dr Arshi involves a formal full face assessment with the aim of achieving a natural, fresh and age-appropriate look. She is available for anti-wrinkle injections and dermal filler treatments designed to be complemented by the full range of treatments offered by the clinic. First consultation is free of charge, ask our friendly staff.
Dr Arshi has been known as a caring doctor throughout her career and also speaks fluent Farsi (Persian).
FRACGP, MBBS, MAFM Cert Skin Cancer
Dr Loh is from Malaysia and holds the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
After graduating from medical school in 2000, he has served in various hospitals and became a full time GP in 2006.
His area of interest includes preventive medicine, chronic diseases as well as minor procedures such as excision of lumps and bumps, wound care, mole removals and ingrown toe nail resection.
He has a special interest in skin cancer and takes a holistic approach when dealing with patients problems and he strongly believes that good care starts with good doctor – patient relationship.
Dr Loh welcomes all ethnic backgrounds and is fluent in English, Malay, Indonesian language and various Chinese dialects.
Dr Thung completed his medical training in Malaysia and he is a GP specialist with Fellowship of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. He holds over 10 years of experience in General Practice and hospital, including attachments in paediatric and child health.
He also has special interests in long term chronic health condition and prevention, men’s and women’s health/antenatal care, musculoskeletal medicine, dermatology and mental health.
He is a good listener and takes a holistic approach in patient-centred care. He speaks fluent English, Mandarin, Hokkien, Cantonese, Indonesian and Malay languages. Outside of work, he enjoys sports and travelling.
Dr Jonathan Bigwood completed his medical training at St George’s University of London, developing extensive experience within hospital medicine. Following this, he broadened his knowledge as a General Practitioner within the UK before moving to Perth.
He aims to provide a welcoming, family-friendly approach in order to understand his patient’s medical needs within the context of their lives.
His areas of interest include:
When not at work, Dr Bigwood enjoys sports and spending time with his two children.
MBChB, MRCGP, FRACGP
Dr Sandeep completed his medical training at the University of Birmingham (UK), undertaking several rotations in medical and surgical specialities. He went on to complete his General Practice (GP) training in the UK and gained Membership of the Royal College of GP’s (MRCGP) in 2015. Subsequently he undertook a Fellowship in Acute and Urgent care focussing on care of the elderly and chronic health conditions.
Throughout that period, he has worked in a wide-range of settings with people from all walks of life; kids to older adults, men and women, and has dealt with both physical and psychological health issues.
Dr Sandeep has recently moved to Perth and holds Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of GP’s (FRACGP). His main areas of interest are:
Dr Sandeep is looking forward to working in Gosnells and providing comprehensive care to all his patients in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
MBChB, MRCGP, FRACGP
Dr Kerry McIntosh completed her training at the University of Birmingham (U.K). She went on to complete her General Practice (GP) training in the U.K. and gained Membership of the Royal College of GP’s (MRCGP) in 2016.
Dr McIntosh holds Fellowship of the Australian College of General Practice (FRACGP). She has experience in women’s health and is passionate about mental health issues. She has previously completed 18 months of psychiatry training in Adult and Child mental health.
She has recently moved to Perth and is looking forward to working in Gosnells. She is friendly, approachable and is keen to provide patient-centred care.
Her areas of interest include:
Outside of work, she enjoys walking, climbing and the outdoors.
MBBS, MPH, AMC
Dr Mehbuba Khan is originally from Dhaka where she completed her medical degree in 1993. Mehbuba has 15 years’ experience in General Practice and hospital, worked in Obstetrics and Gynaecology for six years in both Australia and abroad. Mehbuba has completed a Master’s in Public Health and a Post Graduate Diploma in Public Health at Curtin University. She has special interest in Paediatrics, Chronic Disease Management, Mental Health, Antenatal Care and Family Medicine.
Away from work Mehbuba enjoys travelling, reading and spending time with her family.
MBBS, AMC, DCH
Dr Shwe completed his medical training from Myanmar in 2004, where he practiced family medicine before coming to Australia in 2009. Dr Shwe worked as a medical practitioner in remote outback of Western Australia and joined to our practice in 2016 and recently returned in 2019.
Throughout that period, he has worked in a wide-range of settings, treating children to older adults, men and women, and has dealt with both physical and psychological health issues.
Dr Shwe is fluent in reading, writing and speaking Burmese
His main areas of interest are:
Dr Shwe is looking forward to working in Gosnells and providing comprehensive care to all patients.
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