Dr. Melad Benyamine

I obtained my medical degree from the University of Cairo, Egypt in 1991. I completed specialist training in cardiology via a 5-year experience in the National Heart institute in Cairo, Egypt.
In 1998, I obtained my United State medical degree & licensure and joined the kidney disease and renal transplant unit, at SUNY Downstate Medical Centre, New York City.
I moved to Australia in August 2001 to join Sir Charles Garidner, Hollywood and Joondalup health campus, practicing various medical specialties.
I have transitioned into full-time general practice since 2004, practicing with special interest in cardiology, internal medicine, men’s health, chronic disease management, mental health, skin cancer screening, work injuries, and diabetes.

Dr Jorge Manchego

Dr Manchego graduated from Medicine in 1997 . He was an Internal Medicine Trainee at Royal Perth Hospital and Senior chief Psychiatry Registrar at Joondalup Hospital, before joining AHG GP Super Clinic team. Dr Manchego worked in several Emergency Departments and GP practices in Rural WA, NSW and Queensland.

Professional Experiences and Special Interests:
Dr Manchego has extensive experience in emergency medicine, general and paediatric medicine, general surgery, skin, obstetrics and gynaecology. He has special interest in a wide range of medicine such as mental health, management of chronic diseases, reproductive and sexual health.

Personal interests:
His interests include travelling, spending time with his family and golf.

Besides speaking English Dr Manchego also speaks Spanish.

Dr Lucy Puddicombe

Dr Puddicombe graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2003, later completing GP specialist training in 2008 after gaining experience in Sydney, London and Bristol. In 2009 she joined a busy and well regarded GP teaching and training practice in Bristol, providing high quality person-centred care for all of her patients there for over 10 years. She returned to work in Australia in 2019 with her husband and two young children and brings with her a wealth of experience as a family GP.

Dr Puddicombe enjoys dealing with all aspects of her patients’ medical care. Her friendly and approachable manner puts patients at ease, allowing them to get the best out of their time with her. She takes a particular interest in women’s health, contraception and menopause care, and is experienced in fitting intrauterine coils and contraceptive implants. Her other interests include preventive medicine, paediatrics, old age care, diabetes and all chronic disease management.

Dr Pranam Patel

I was born and raised in the UK and studied to become a Doctor at the University of Manchester Medical School, graduating in 2007. With 11 years of extensive medical work under my belt, I am an experienced physician. I did my GP training in the UK and have worked in both UK and Australian hospitals.

My areas of special interest include; Paediatrics, Chronic Disease Management, Mental Health, Sports Medicine, Obesity Management, Men’s Health and Skin Conditions. I also have a special interest in Aesthetic Medicine and administer anti-wrinkle injections and dermal fillers.

I have always been passionate about being a family physician and have lots of experience working as a family doctor. With English as my first language, I pride myself on my excellent communication skills with my patients. My aim is to cultivate long term relationships with patients, providing mutually agreed treatment plans with great follow up and after care. I want my patients to know I’m always there for them.

Outside of medicine I am a dedicated husband and father to two wonderful boys. Having young children means I know first hand how difficult having sick little ones can be and am always happy to answer any question, no matter how big or small. I am a fitness and sports enthusiast, supporting Manchester United and playing for the British Medical Football Team (that’s soccer to you Aussies!). One of my most cherished memories is the year we won the Doctors World Cup, scoring the winning goal in the process.

Dr Mahsa Faghani

Dr Mahsa Faghani has been in general practice since 2012.

Her special interests are: Womens health, paediatrics, family planning and preventative medicine.

Dr Mohsen

Dr Mohsen has been in General Practice since 2012.  He enjoys a wide range of general medicine and has a special interest in Skin issues, Psychology, Men’s health, Children’s health and Geriatrics. Dr Mohsen has also completed  research and publications in Skin, Gastrointestinal diseases, Men’s health and back pain.

Dr Danielle Soo

Dr Danielle Soo graduated from University College Dublin in Ireland in 2011, obtaining Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery and Bachelor of Obstetrics. She was born and raised in Adelaide however went to Ireland to study Medicine and to travel Europe. After living in Ireland for 8 years she came back to Australia and now calls Perth home. She has had extensive experience working in various different specialities in the Hospital system. She received her Fellowship in the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and has been working as a GP since.

Special interests include Women’s Health, Children’s Health, Sexual Health and Family Planning, Mental Health, Travel Medicine, Preventative Medicine and Chronic Disease Management

She is passionate about her work as a family GP and strives to provide high quality, patient focused care. She is friendly, approachable and loves to get to know her patients and their families.

Dr Lin Lwin
MBBS FRACGP Diploma of Skin Cancer Medicine and Sugery (SCCA)Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine (UQ)

Dr Lwin is an “Accredited Skin Cancer Doctor” by “Skin Cancer College Australia”

Dr Lin Lwin is a Vocationally Registered GP. He has been living and working in Australia for the past 10 years including hospitals across Perth before he moved to Queensland. Dr Lwins special interests lie in the areas of the early diagnosis and management of Skin Cancer, Children’s Health, Family Medicine and Family Planning and Chronic disease management. He enjoys swimming, reading, cooking and travelling.He is holding the Certificate of Skin Caner Medicine from University of Queensland and the Diploma of Skin Cancer Medicine and Surgery from Skin Cancer College Australiasia and has attended many skin cancer courses organised by SCCA . He is also a member of Skin Cancer College.
Special interests: Family medicine. Cardiology, Diabetes, Hypertension, Men’s health, Preventative medicine.

Accredited Skin Caner Doctor

Dr Himesh Kollure

Dr Himesh Kollure graduated from the Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry in the UK in 2013. He went on to complete internship training in the West Midlands area working in busy geriatric departments, surgical departments and in emergency medicine. Subsequently he completed his General Practice training in Birmingham working in obstetrics, gynaecology and paediatric departments before moving to General Practice. He has worked in large General practices providing care for a diverse group of patients.

He has special interests in men’s health, old age care, paediatrics and all chronic disease management.

Dr Shrankhala Sinha

Dr Sinha graduated from the Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry in the UK in 2012. She completed her internship in Manchester working in Psychiatry, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Orthopaedics and General Medicine. She then went on to complete her General Practice training in Birmingham working in Paediatrics and also consolidating her training in the above specialties. Subsequently she has provided care to local communities in Birmingham whilst working in General Practice.

Her special interests include Women’s Health, Sexual Health, Paediatrics, Preventive Medicine and all aspects of chronic disease management.

Dr. Trinh Ngo

Dr Trinh Ngo graduated from Newcastle University Medical School (UK) in 2011. She decided to emigrate to warmer climates after 6 years of work in Lancashire. Her special medical interests are: preventative medicine, chronic health management, mental health, palliative care, orthopaedics, paediatrics, sexual health, women’s health and medical education. Trinh is proud to be part of Drovers medical team with excellent GPs, nurses and allied health who together provide a high standard of care and offer a quality service for patients. Outside of work, Trinh enjoys trekking and cooking.

Dr Andy Carr
MbBCh, MRCGP, FRACG, Primary Care Certificate in Skin Cancer Medicine

Dr Andy Carr graduated from Cardiff University Medical School (previously University Wales, College of Medicine) in 2007, after 6 years studying Medicine as an undergraduate there, gaining a Medical Bachelor and Bachelor of Surgery degree. He then embarked on a multitude of hospital placements within the UK healthcare system, the NHS, including; gastroenterology, colorectal Surgery, paediatrics, otolaryngology (ear nose and throat), respiratory and emergency medicine. He then underwent further in-hospital GIM (general internal medical) training, including placements in geriatrics (care of the elderly), cardiology, acute medicine (diagnostics in sick patients admitted to hospital) and further respiratory medicine placements.
In 2011, Andy chose General Practice as his speciality and embarked on a further 3 years of experience in adult and old age psychiatry, dermatology and rheumatology, and general practice registrar work. He worked as a GP in the South Wales Valleys, before finally moving to Perth WA in October 2015 to work in the Northern Suburbs.
Andy’s current interests are broad but specific areas of interest are skin cancer medicine, perception in chronic pain, and the use of IT and improving systems and health literacy in healthcare.

Dr Sarah Tottle

I am caring, thorough and organized and believe in providing long term, stable and sustainable healthcare to all my patients. I have a strong interest in mental health, paediatrics, obstetrics/gynaecology, chronic health conditions, asthma, diabetes, indigenous and elderly health care.  I have completed post graduate Diplomas in Paediatrics and Obstetrics / Gynaecology and use this knowledge daily in general practice.

I enjoy and feel very privileged to be a GP. I develop strong rapport and trust with my patients and I aim to keep myself and my patients as happy and healthy for as long as possible.

I believe in preventative health and keep very active myself by participating in regular sporting activities including attending the gym, surfing, Wing Chun Kung Fu, swimming, cycling and adventure trekking. In 2015 I trekked The Inca Trail with the burns survivor Turia Pitt and fundraised for a surgical organisation called Interplast.  They provide free surgical procedures to people with congenital/acquired deformities in countries in the Asia-Pacific region with limited healthcare. I trekked in Borneo in 2017 and fundraised for The Orangutan Project who provide funds for the rescue, rehabilitation and release of orangutans back into protected forests in Borneo and Sumatra.  In 2018 I trekked to the peak of Mt Kilimanjaro, Tanzania and also fundraised for The Orangutan Project.

Due to the recent closure of Carramar Medical Centre I have relocated my office to Drovers Medical Centre, so I can remain in the area and provide ongoing healthcare to all my wonderful patients, who have been with me for many years.