Dr Saloni Shah
After spending 10 years practicing in the UK, Dr Shah moved to WA 3 years ago
She specialises in skin cancer checks, removal of skin lesions and all aspects of woman’s health and IUD insertion.
Dr Andrew Summers
Dr Andrew Summers graduated from University of Leeds in 1989. Following surgery and medical posts in Yorkshire, he commenced training in General Practice completing a three year rotation.
Dr Summers then moved into General Practice taking up a principal role in a partnership specialising in Paediatrics, Mental Health, Asthma Management, Orthopaedics and S
Dr Nirmala Velusamy
Caillin graduated from Curtin University with a degree in Physiotherapy and was awarded the Emeritus Professor Joan Cole Award for the most outstanding Physiotherapy student in his graduating year. He has experience treating a wide range of conditions from back and neck pain to sporting injuries and rehabilitation following surgery. Caillin has developed a particular interest in shoulder and back complaints along with running injuries from his keen interest and background in running. Caillin enjoys using a hands-on approach to relieve pain in combination with rehabilitation to get his patients back to what they enjoy doing. Outside of Physiotherapy, Caillin is a field umpire for the West Australian Football League and enjoys all things football, running, swimming, cycling, listening to music, spending time at the beach and the occasional triathlon and round of golf.
Dr. Bradley was born and raised in Northern Ireland. He trained in Belfast at Queen’s University. He graduated with a Bachelor in Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics (MB BCh BAO) in 2008. He specialises in family medicine/general practice, and gained the MRCGP following vocational training in the UK. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
He attained the Diploma in Mental Health (DMH) from Queen’s University in 2011 and has a keen interest in Mental Health. He prepares Mental Health Care Plans. He also attained the European Certificate in Essential Palliative Care during GP training. He is skilled in geriatric medicine, gynaecology, diabetes, paediatrics and general chronic disease management.
He is certified in Skin Cancer Medicine from the University of Queensland, conducting thorough skin checks and removal of suspicious lesions.
Other interests include musculoskeletal medicine, minor surgery among many others. He inserts and removes the contraceptive implant (Implanon) and also inserts and removes intrauterine devices (Mirena Coil, Copper Coil).
Outside work, he enjoys cycling as well as watching and playing Gaelic football and rugby.
Dr Rong Tzong Lee