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Dr Stuart Livingston MBBS MRCP FRCR MRCGP FRACGP
Dr Stuart Livingston graduated from Guys & St Thomas’ Medical Schools (University of London) in 1996 and after a range of medical rotations in the UK, gained significant experience in oncology and palliative care. Dr Livingston decided on a change in career path as he wanted to treat people with a more holistic approach and qualified in the UK as a GP in 2008. He relocated with his family to Perth in 2012 and commenced at Joondalup City, and was appointed State Medical Director in 2018. Dr Livingston enjoys all aspects of general practice and has special interests in cancer medicine, elderly care and skin cancer treatment. He has lots of interests outside medicine and has a particular love of cycling.
Dr Iain Russell General Practitioner
Dr Iain Russell has been practising in the Joondalup and Wanneroo community for the last 43 years. He is available at the practice 4 days per week and has an interest in all aspects of general practice, especially obstetric antenatal care and aged care. He also cares for patients at Wanneroo Nursing Home and Jacaranda Lodge, and also provides home visits for his patients who have difficulties attending the practice.
Dr Colin Singer General Practitioner
Dr Colin Singer grew up and was educated in Scotland, graduating from the University of Aberdeen in 2004 having completed a Bachelor of Science degree and Medical degree. Following medical school he gained experience in a number of different surgical specialties including Orthopedics, General and Vascular Surgery, and Ear, Nose and Throat. Dr Singer completed his GP training in 2011 and emigrated to Perth. In recent years he has completed a Diploma in Dermatology, tutors medical students at Notre Dame University, supervises trainee GPs and is currently undertaking a Masters in Health Professional’s Education. His special interests include all aspects of dermatology, minor surgery, sports and musculoskeletal medicine, and mental health. Dr Singer provides holistic, effective, practical solutions to health problems and is a great advocate of health promotion and disease prevention.
Dr Paul Collin General Practitioner
Dr Paul Colin graduated from University of Western Australia Medical School in 1980, then completed an internship at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital before working at Fremantle Hospital including the Psychiatric unit. Dr Colin was attracted to general practice early in his career before a move to work in Zimbabwe. After returning to Australia, he worked in hospital and general practice including Kalamunda, Katherine and Cunderdin. After working for the Royal Flying Doctor service based at Kalgoorlie, Perth became home again commencing at Joondalup City in 1994. Addiction medicine is a special interest as well as the challenge of holistic family practice in its many facets.
Dr Jen Lin Teang General Practitioner
Dr Jen Lin Teang graduated from University of Tasmania in 2007 and relocated to Perth in 2008 to commence an internship at Royal Perth Hospital. Dr Teang gained experience in paediatrics at Princess Margaret Hospital and also obstetrics and gynaecology at King Edward and Joondalup Hospitals. She has worked in rural areas of Busselton and Mandurah and become a qualified GP in 2015. Dr Teang has special interest in women’s health including pregnancy, STI, contraception, menstrual and menopause, and has interest in paediatrics and adolescent health. Dr Teang provides a holistic, personalised and practical approach that tailors treatment to meet each individual needs.
Dr Jacqueline Chau General Practitioner - Registrar
Dr Jacqueline Chau is a GP registrar who joined our practice in 2018. She obtained her postgraduate medical degree from the University of Notre Dame in 2013 and was previously working as a registered pharmacist. She completed her internship at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and has gained experience in the Emergency Departments of Swan District Hospital and St John of God Midland Hospital. Dr Chau has special interests in general paediatrics and women’s health and is currently working on a part-time basis as she is the mother of two young children.