Dr Steve Brabazon
Dr Steve Brabazon, has been practicing in the Mandurah area since 1982, initially working in emergency medicine, obstetrics, paediatrics and anaesthetics. He now focuses on family medicine, with special interest in skin cancer, aged care and complex chronic care including diabetes, arthritis and palliative cancer management.
Dr Clifton Parry
Dr Clifton Parry, aspired to be a country doctor from his teenage years. Graduating from UWA, he pursued training at Fremantle Hospital. Clifton gained post graduate qualifications in obstetrics and gynaecology, and anaesthetics in Africa and the UK. He took up general practice in Mandurah in 1984, delivering babies as giving anaesthetics at Murray District Hospital and later at Peel Health Campus. Clifton has interests in Palliative Care and skin cancer treatment. He enjoys seeing patients of all ages and appreciates the family care aspect of General Practice. Clifton continues to be involved in volunteer medical aid work in Africa.
Dr Joe Buters
Dr Joe Buters, is a Western Australian trained GP who has lived and worked locally for over 25 years. His interests include skin cancer detection, care of the older patient and mature onset diabetes.
Dr Malcolm Broom
Dr Malcolm Broom, initially trained at UWA, graduating in 1988, and spent the following 2 years working at Royal Perth Hospital in various specialty departments. Travelling to New Zealand with his wife, Mal worked in various hospitals and completed his Diploma of Obstetrics. He also traveled to the UK undertaking specific General Practice training before successfully passing the Royal College of General Practice Practitioners exams. Upon returning home, Mal worked in Albany, Mt Barker, Port Hedland and Perth, before joining Mandurah Medical Centre in 1995. Mal and his wife have had the pleasure of raising their family here and watching Mandurah grow from a small country town into the vibrant and dynamic city is now is.
Dr Huan Nguyen
Dr Huan Nguyen, grew up in Perth and graduated with his medical degree from UWA in 1999. He has worked in various hospitals in Perth including Sir Charles Gairdner, Hollywood, Joondalup Health Campus and King Edward Memorial Hospital. He worked in Narrogin before moving to Mandurah to complete his specialist qualifications in General Practice. Huan has been at Mandurah Medical Centre since 2003. Interests include, type 2 diabetes, travel medicine, antenatal care, occupational medicine and depression. Outside of work Huan uses every opportunity to travel and enjoys photography and hiking.
Dr Leah Geonzon
Dr Leah Geonzon, is a fellow of the RACGP and has worked full time at Mandurah Medical Centre since 2006. She emigrated from the Philippines where she worked a s a specialist physician for 10 years. Leah is interested in all aspects of medicine, but especially adult medicine and chronic disease management.
Dr Clare Devine
Dr Clare Devine, is from the UK where she completed all her medical training. Clare qualified in 2000 and was a well-established GP with her own practice before moving to Australia with her husband and children. Clare has been at Mandurah Medical Centre since 2012. Her main interests are women’s health, child health and chronic disease management. Dr Devine works full time and offers appointments Monday – Thursday (early appointments available Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday’s from 7:30am) and regularly on Saturday mornings.
Dr John Buckley
Dr John Buckley has been working as a GP in Mandurah since moving here from Ireland with his family in 1992. He ran his own practice for almost 20 years, moving to Mandurah Medical Centre in July 2012. John is widely experienced and enjoys all aspects of family practice and intends to continue for many years to come. Apart from his work in General Practice, one of John’s ambitions is to be present at the MCG when the Fremantle Dockers win a Grand Final!!
Dr Patricia Too
Dr Patricia Too, came to Australia from Canada in 2006, and has been with Mandurah Medical Centre for almost 2 years. Patricia has a keen interest in Skin Cancer diagnosis and care, as well as all aspects of general practice.
Dr Samuel Komakech
Sam moved to Australia with his wife and 2 children in 2007, after completing his medical training in Beijing. Sam has completed a MSC in biomedical Science – majoring in infectious diseases (Curtin University). He has worked in various hospitals around the state and moved into rural general practice in 2015 to forge a career as a GP. Sam enjoys all aspects of general practice with a special interest in skin cancer and minor procedures. He also speaks fluent Mandarin and Luo as a second language.