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.
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Dr OSCAR D’SOUZA (MB BS FRCS)
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 BARRY FATOVICH (MB BS, FRACGP)
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.
Dr NADINE PERLEN (MBBS(hons), FRACGP, DRANZCOG)
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 DOUG PRITCHARD (BPsych (Hons), MB BS, DA, Dip Obs RACOG, FRACGP)
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.
Dr Dinka Filipovic (MB BS, FRACGP)
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.
DR CHERYL KOH (MBCHB, FRACGP)
Dr Koh graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2002. She practices all areas of General Practice and has special interests in family planning and women’s health. She does insertion and removal of contraceptive Implanon, Mirena or Copper coils). Because of Dr Kohs personal beliefs, she 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 DAVID MACONOCHIE (MBBS, BA, PhD, MRCGP, FRACGP)
Dr Maconochie has been a doctor since 1985, and is UK trained. He has worked in Swan Shire since coming to Australia in 2007 and lives in the Hills with his wife and dogs.
He is highly experienced in general medicine. His interests include: The management of diabetes, heart failure, asthma and lung disease. Minor surgery – removal of skin lesions, small cancers and melanomas. As well as paediatrics – all aspects of childrens’ health.
DR SARAH NEWMAN
DR DAVID ADAM (MBBS DCH FRACGP)
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 STEPHEN MALLON
Dr Mallon graduated from the University of Adelaide in 1989. Since completing his fellowship he has been based on the Gold Coast but has gained extensive general practice experience working in city and regional areas all around Australia. He enjoys all areas of general practice with a special interest in paediatrics, chronic disease, travel medicine and indigenous health. Dr Stephen Mallon will be joining the team for a few weeks in October to assist with patient demand.
DR ANNE HUMPHRY
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 LISA ZHANG
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.
Dr Luke Meyerkort
Dr Luke Meyerkort Graduated from the University of Western Australia in 2012 and is currently one of the GP registrars at Lockridge Medical Centre for 2018. After completing his internship at Fremantle Hospital he has worked in a variety of fields and healthcare settings. He has completed a Diploma of Child Health during his time at Princess Margaret Hospital and has worked rurally at Derby Aboriginal Health Centre. He has a keen interest in paediatrics, palliative care and Aboriginal Health.
Dr Alexandra Hall
Originally from Adelaide, Alex moved to Perth to study medicine in 2009 and graduated from the University of WA in 2014. Since then Alex has worked at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Joondalup Health Campus, Princess Margaret Hospital and King Edward Memorial Hospital and has developed a keen interest in child, adolescent and women’s health. Alex has a Diploma in Child Health, and is an accredited Youth Friendly Doctor Alex is due to complete a Certificate in Women’s Health in 2018.