9364 6633   |   Open 7 days


Billing Announcement

As of 1st July 2023

Private fees:

Standard Consultation $87  Medicare rebate $41.20 out of pocket $ 45.80

After hours consultation $100  Medicare rebate $ 53.65 out of pocket  $ 46.35

Long Consultation $ 155 Medicare rebate $79.70 out of pocket $ 75.30

After Hours Consultation $ 165 Medicare rebate $ 92.00 out of pocket $73.00

(after hours fees – after 1pm on Saturday and all day Sunday)

Immediate Medicare rebates are available.

We  Bulk Bill Pensioners, Health Care Card Holders and Children under 12 years of age during the weekdays between 8am and 6 pm only.

All weekend and after 6pm consultations are privately billed.

Extended Hours

Reynolds Rd 7 Day Medical Centre now offers even better access, particularly for workers who are unable to attend during normal hours, with our extended week night clinics. Book now for our weeknight clinics
between 6pm and 8pm depending on Doctor Availability.

Please note: Whilst we do see urgent problems during the weekend clinic, consultations are usually by appointment to minimise waiting times. In general our nursing staff are not rostered on weekends, so for immunisations, medicals and wound dressings, we recommend a weekday appointment.

We look forward to seeing you.


Trusted Local Doctors

Meet our team of friendly, family doctors, who each contribute years of diverse expertise in their field. Find your local doctor today by making an appointment.


Dr Daniel Leahy


GP Principal


Dr Brendan Kelly


Medical Director


Dr Himal Singh



Himal was born in Fiji and moved to Melbourne as a teenager where he completed his medical degree at The University of Melbourne in 2003. He decided to move to Perth, Western Australia in 2006 and completed his GP training and received his fellowship (FRACGP)

He is passionate about all areas of general practice particularly mens health, preventative health, chronic diseases and the elderly. In his spare time, he loves to travel and watch all forms of sport.


  • Men’s Health
  • Preventative Health
  • Chronic Disease


Dr Neda Namdar



Dr Neda Namdar moved to WA as a teenager. She finished her secondary education at Perth Modern School earning Susan Knowles Award for her academic achievement. After completing her medical degree at the University of Western Australia, her initial hospital years were spent working mainly at Royal Perth Hospital with a variety of clinical experiences. She fulfilled her interest in areas of paediatrics and Women’s health by completing a Diploma of Child Health and a Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She acquired her General Practice Fellowship (FRACGP) following 18 months of rural GP training . She also gained valuable experience in emergency medicine while working at St John of God Hospital GP After Hours for over 8 years.

Dr Namdar has been practicing at Reynolds Road Medical Centre since 2004. She considers herself a well-rounded GP with skills in all aspects of the field including Paediatrics, Women’s Health, Antenatal Care, Mental Health, Chronic Disease and Preventative Medicine. She keeps up to date with the latest developments in Medicine by attending various clinical events. She also enjoys being involved with teaching medical students and is a regular examiner. In addition, she has an interest in skin cancer medicine managing skin lesions medically or surgically. And moreover she has a passion in Cosmetic Medicine and works part-time in that field.

She believes being a GP is an absolute privilege. The ability to be the primary care provider, patient’s confidant, a helping hand in the journey of life and being able to serve the community is what makes it all worthwhile. Being a mother herself has given her more insight into family medicine. When not working she loves spending time with her husband, her two boys and her pet dog.


Dr Winnie Lo




Dr Krishnameera Thavarasan




Dr Danielle Choy




Dr Afrina Khan



Dr Afrina Khan obtained her MBBS degree in 1991 at Rajshahi University in Bangladesh.

She then Worked as a GP in Zambia from 1993  till   mid 1994   then  moved to South Africa  till  Oct 2002, when she moved to WA rural, where she obtained in her FRACGP in 2006 and finally moved to Perth in 2008. Dr Afrina Khan joined RRMC in July 2013.

Her special interest are:

  • Diabetes
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Pediatrics


Dr Priscilla Tan



Dr Priscilla Tan graduated from UWA and obtained her specialist qualification in general practice (FRACGP) in 2001 while working in SouthWest WA and in Applecross. She obtained the Trevor Parry prize for the Diploma of Child Health(WA).

She has many years of experience and has been working at Reynolds Road Medical centre since 2003. She remains passionate about all aspects of general practice including preventative care, women’s and children’s health, mental health and travel health.

She has previously worked in cosmetic medicine and enjoys treating skin conditions including skin cancer excisions. Having a love for travel, she is also very interested in her patients’ trips and keeping them healthy on their travels.

With 3 children of her own at various stages of childhood and adolescence, she brings her personal experience to paediatric and adolescent health care.


Dr Kim Toh



Kim grew up in Malaysia before moving to Australia to study medicine. She graduated with Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from University of Tasmania in 2007. She has since worked in different areas of medicine before focusing in General Practice.

Kim recently completed her Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practice (FRACGP) in Western Australia. She enjoys all aspects of general practice, particularly women’s health, family medicine and chronic disease management. Dr Kim considers it a privilege to be able to serve and provide ongoing care across generations in the community.


Dr Ataur Khan




Dr Chuan Foo



Dr Chuan Foo was raised in Perth and completed his tertiary education at UWA where he underwent his undergraduate studies in  Neuroscience and Pathology. His passion for the sciences and patient centred health care led him to pursue a career in medicine. Following further years of study at UWA, Dr Foo was awarded his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery with Honours.

Dr Foo gained hospital experience at Fiona Stanley and Rockingham Hospital before focusing on general practice. He was recently awarded fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

He enjoys medical education and strives for improving health literacy in the community to optimise health outcomes. He is passionate about all aspects of general practice and has a special interest in men’s health, mental health, diabetes and cardiovascular health.


Dr Sandeep Poorun


Dr Sandeep is a UK trained specialist GP who graduated from the University of Birmingham. Sandeep holds Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners (MRCGP) and undertook additional fellowship in Acute and Urgent care focussing on care of the elderly with chronic health conditions. He is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP).

He enjoys practising medicine through all stages of life, kids to older adults, men and women, and has a keen interest to manage both physical and psychological health of his patients. Sandeep provides comprehensive care to all his patients in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.


Dr Hannah Taufiq


Dr Hannah Taufiq MBChB, FRACGP is an experienced GP originally from the UK and having worked in Australia for the last 9 years. Dr Taufiq graduated from the University of Liverpool and is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Her special interests include Women’s Health, Sexual Health and HIV medicine. Dr Taufiq is trained to insert contraceptive devices and offer detailed contraceptive consultations.

She has a broad understanding of general practice including chronic disease management and skin cancer minor surgeries. Dr Taufiq works in acute medicine as well as general practice and in specialist sexual health centres around Perth, always focused on achieving the best outcomes for her patients.

When not working Dr Taufiq enjoys spending time with her young family.

Dr Jonathan Tan

Dr Jonathan Tan


Dr Jonathan Tan is a locally trained GP with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and a graduate of UWA School of Medicine. Perth born and bred, he completed internship at Fremantle Hospital, going on to do his residency at Fiona Stanley Hospital.

His areas of interest include chronic disease including diabetes, sports injuries, travel medicine, paediatrics and dermatology, including eczema and the review and removal of skin cancers.

Passionate about medical education, Jonathan is a supervisor involved in the education of trainee GPs. A clinical senior lecturer at UWA, he also teaches and mentors students from Curtin, Notre Dame and UWA medical schools.

On his off days he enjoys playing soccer and looking for his next home renovation project.

Dr Brandon Kueh

Dr Brandon Kueh


Dr Kueh graduated from the University of Western Australia in 2015 and then spent several years working at the Rockingham, Fremantle, Fiona Stanley and Narrogin Hospitals. He then went on to complete his fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Dr Kueh enjoys all aspects of General Practice.

Dr Julie Gallagher

Dr Julie Gallagher



Dr Julie Gallagher FRACGP (2009) MBChB (UK 2001) DRCOG (UK) DFFP (UK) trained in the UK, moving to Australia in 2009 and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. As well as her General Practitioner credentials, she also has Diplomas in Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Family Planning and she works as a Specialist GP in Womens Health and Sexual Health.

Dr Gallagher consults in all areas of general practice and has special interests in chronic disease management, eldery care and womens health.

Dr Marc Corbett

Dr Marc Corbett



Dr Tuck Cheng

Dr Tuck Cheng




Dr John Iyamu

MBBS, FRACGP, Adv. Dip of Dermoscopy, Dip of Skin Cancer Surgery


Dr John Iyamu is a UK trained GP with over 18yrs experience. His special interest is in skin cancer management both medical and surgical, skin checks including the use of dermoscopy & mole scan photography. He also does other minor surgical procedures for benign skin lesions including cyst removal, skin tag removal and benign lesion removal. He was a member of the Royal college of General Practitioners UK prior to moving to Australia. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and hold a Diploma of Skin Cancer Surgery and Advanced Certificate in Dermoscopy from University of Queensland. For the last 5 years, he has led a skin clinic within a GP practice. Outside of practice he enjoy running, swimming, canoeing and spending time with family.

Areas of interest:

  • Skin cancer Checks
  • Skin cancer
  • Skin cancer management
  • Skin cancer surgery


  • Diploma of Skin Cancer Surgery with QLD University
  • Advanced Certificate Skin Surgery with QLD University

Dr Hussain is fluent in English, Malay and Indonesia (Bahasa)


Dr Manal Hussain



Practising in her special interest field, Dr Manal Hussain has worked in skin cancer medicine since 2019, having completed advanced postgraduate qualifications in the field. She is trained at performing comprehensive skin checks with dermoscopy, as well as skin biopsies, excisions and non-surgical treatment options including cryotherapy, diathermy, photodynamic therapy, and topical treatments for pre-malignant skin lesions. She is also skilled at cosmetic mole removal with pleasing aesthetic outcomes.

Dr Hussain completed her medical degrees at the University of Western Australia in 2006 and obtained Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2012. She is passionate about diagnosing and treating skin cancers to reduce the morbidity of the disease for Western Australians, and she strives to educate her patients in skin cancer prevention and sun protection. Dr Hussain is fluent in English, Malay and Indonesian.

• Advanced Certificate of Skin Cancer Surgery (Healthcert Education), 2023
• Professional Certificate of Skin Cancer Surgery (Healthcert Education), 2022
• Advanced Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine (HealthCert Education), 2020
• Professional Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine (HealthCert Education), 2019
• Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, 2012
• Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (Honours), (University of Western Australia), 2007


Callum Smith

BSc (Physiotherapy)


Callum hails from rural Queensland and completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in Brisbane, graduating with honours from the University of Queensland.

He has worked in a variety of musculoskeletal physiotherapy practices in metropolitan and rural communities, both in Australia and overseas. Most recently, Callum joins us after running a Physiotherapy clinic in Hakuba, Japan, for the previous northern hemisphere winter.

He has undergone more extensive training in shoulder and knee pathologies, as well as disorders of the lumbar spine and pelvis. He is trained in a variety of manual therapy techniques, acupuncture and dry needling. Callum is also currently gaining accreditation as a level one strength and conditioning coach and has worked with elite Rugby Union and Netball programs in the past.

Away from work, Callum has played high level Rugby Union since he was a teenager, and will be playing with Cottesloe Rugby Club for season 2024. He also is looking forward to taking his faithful old Hilux to explore the West Australian outback, beaches and national parks. 


Dr Sam Aravinth

MBBS FRACGP(Hons)AAAM (board certified)

Cosmetic Physician

Dr Sam Aravinth completed his secondary education in Western Australia earning the Kim Beazley award for his academic achievements.
He then underwent basic Medical and Surgical training at the University of Western Australia in 2000. Following which he decided to specialise in Family Medicine with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners achieving the Edward Gawthorn Gold Medal in his graduating cohort.
He continued to practice as a General Practitioner for the next nine years at Willetton Medical Centre.
Dr Sam is a vintage car enthusiast and has a special love for classical dance and music.

How to find us at the new location :

Find us on the Left hand side as you drive from the Raffles towards Fremantle, at the traffic lights opposite McDonalds, above the Woolworths shopping Centre.

Please see the map below for detailed location :


contact us

Reynolds Road 7 Day Medical Centre
Level 1 / 39 Reynolds Road, Mount Pleasant
(Upstairs above Woolworths)
Western Australia 6153
T (08) 9364 6633
F (08) 9364 7733

Opening Hours

We are open 8am – 6pm everyday and also we run extended hour clinics during the week, 6pm to 8pm.

Local Emergency Services

Dial – A – Doctor
Phone: 1300 030 030

Fiona Stanley Hospital
102-118 Murdoch Drive
Murdoch WA 6153
Phone : 6152 2222

Perth Childrens Hospital
Nedlands WA 6009
Phone : 6456 2222