Meet our staff

We have a great team supporting the delivery of the AGPT program in WA. Below you will find out who the people are behind the program.

AGPT Team

The AGPT Team is made up of the Program Operations Manager, Program Coordinators, Program Training Advisors (PTAs) and Program Support Officers. Each PTA is dedicated to a specific region of Western Australia to provide support, high quality mentoring, guidance and education. To find the individuals working in your specific region, please refer to the Contact Us page.

Medical Educators

WAGPET's medical educators are dedicated to providing support, high-quality mentoring, guidance and education for the AGPT program. To find the medical educator designated to your specific region, please refer to the Contact Us page.

Aboriginal Health Training Team

The Aboriginal Health Training Team endeavours to ensure GP registrars have opportunities to learn appropriate, culturally-capable behaviours. WAGPET's cultural mentors operate as the GP registrar’s resource for any cultural advice/teaching and advocacy they may require during their training and practising of GP.

  • (08) 9473 8200
  • aurora.abraham@wagpet.com.au
  • Aurora is available to ensure that GP registrars have opportunities to learn appropriate, culturally-capable behaviours. She operates as the GP registrar’s resource for any cultural advice/teaching and advocacy they may require during their training and practising of GP.
  • (08) 9473 8200
  • troy.bennell@wagpet.com.au
  • Troy is available to ensure that GP registrars have opportunities to learn appropriate, culturally-capable behaviours. He operates as the GP registrar’s resource for any cultural advice/ teaching and advocacy they may require during their training and practising of GP.
  • (08) 9473 8200
  • dan.brown@wagpet.com.au
  • Dan is available to ensure that GP registrars have opportunities to learn appropriate, culturally-capable behaviours. He operates as the GP registrar’s resource for any cultural advice/ teaching and advocacy they may require during their training and practising of GP.
  • (08) 9473 8200
  • steven.jacobs@wagpet.com.au
  • Steven is available to ensure that GP registrars have opportunities to learn appropriate, culturally-capable behaviours. He operates as the GP registrar’s resource for any cultural advice/ teaching and advocacy they may require during their training and practising of GP.
  • (08) 9473 8200
  • sharree.kearing@wagpet.com.au
  • Sharree is available to ensure that GP registrars have opportunities to learn appropriate, culturally-capable behaviours. She operates as the GP registrar’s resource for any cultural advice/ teaching and advocacy they may require during their training and practising of GP.
  • (08) 9473 8200
  • louise.mckenna@wagpet.com.au
  • Louise is available to ensure that GP registrars have opportunities to learn appropriate, culturally-capable behaviours. She operates as the GP registrar’s resource for any cultural advice/ teaching and advocacy they may require during their training and practising of GP.
  • (08) 9473 8200
  • carol.michie@wagpet.com.au
  • Carol is available to ensure that GP registrars have opportunities to learn appropriate, culturally capable behaviours. She operates as the GP registrar’s resource for any cultural advice/ teaching and advocacy they may require during their training and practising of GP.
  • (08) 9473 8200
  • eileen.taylor@wagpet.com.au
  • Eileen is available to ensure that GP registrars have opportunities to learn appropriate, culturally-capable behaviours. She operates as the GP registrar’s resource for any cultural advice/ teaching and advocacy they may require during their training and practising of GP.
  • (08) 9473 8200
  • moira.wilson@wagpet.com.au
  • Moira is available to ensure that GP registrars have opportunities to learn appropriate, culturally-capable behaviours. She operates as the GP registrar’s resource for any cultural advice/ teaching and advocacy they may require during their training and practising of GP.

Information Technology (IT helpdesk)

The Information Technology Team keeps all our systems running in sync. Email ithelpdesk@wagpet.com.au or contact a member of our team below.

Management Team

The Management Team consists of the Program Operations Manager, Program Strategy and Innovations Manager, Aboriginal Health Training Manager, Quality Assurance Manager, Information Systems Manager and the Finance and Office Manager.

Corporate Services

Corporate Services can assist with any finance, human resources, marketing and communication related queries. 

Executive Team

The Executive Team consists of the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Culture, Communications and People Officer, Director of Clinical Training and the Executive Officer.

  • (08) 9473 8200
  • edina.parkes@wagpet.com.au
  • Adj Prof Janice Bell complete her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) in 1998. Prior to joining WAGPET as CEO, Janice worked with GP Education Australia, a company of the RACGP, as National Manager for Continuing Professional Development, Australian Medical Council Examination Training and Innovation. She was the State Director for the RACGP vocational training during the hand over of WAGPET. With tertiary qualifications in Arts and Education as well as Medicine, Janice has run her own management consultancy and worked in senior positions in human resources, training and education with various State government departments including Education, Health and Community Development. Janice is a member of the RACGP and its National Rural Faculty, National Standing Committee on Education, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Faculty and the Special Interests Faculty, She is on the WA Reference Board of the Australasian College for Health Services Managers, a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and an Australian Medical Association (WA) Executive member. She is adjunct professor with Curtin University and on the external reference board of the University of Notre Dame Australia (Fremantle) medical school. Janice was awarded the RACGP Rose-Hunt Award, awarded for services to the general practice profession in 2011.