Why GP: Dr Bree Wright
A happy, fulfilled doctor is a good doctor and in GP land, the personal and professional rewards are high.
Meet the Practice: Quinns Mindarie Super Clinic
There’s a sense of purpose in the work that we do – providing the best possible health care to our local community that we are a part of.
Why GP: Dr Jon Ackinclose
I get to learn stuff every day and make people generally a little lighter as the weight of world bears down on them.
Why GP: Dr Karrthik Srigandan
As a GP, I feel like I’m doing a service, making a difference and it’s fulfilling.
Why GP: Dr Erin O’Donnell-Taylor
General practice is a specialty that allows me to not only be a clinician, but also be an advocate and educator for my patients and the wider community.
Why Train GPs: Dr Lyn Wren
The life-long journey of learning as a GP is so much more than best practice guidelines. Its the bigger picture of learning from each other.
Why GP: Dr Yan Zhuang
"Not everyone needs a surgeon, or a dermatologist, or a cardiologist. Everyone, needs a GP."
Meet the Practice: Lockridge Medical Centre
The best feeling is when a registrar decides to Lockridge Medical Centre home.
Why GP: Dr James Wong
Every day as a GP is different and full of surprises. It is a bit like when you decide to order the tasting platter or try a different dish in your favourite restaurant.
Meet the Practice: MMC Mandurah
Meet MMC Mandurah, one of training facilities in the Peel region.
Why Aboriginal Health: Dr Alex Maslen
Derby Aboriginal Health Service is a fun place to work and quickly becomes like a second family.
Why GP: Dr Alice Fitzgerald
There’s something about a town where every second person you meet says “oh I just moved here for 6 months, and well… that was 20 years ago".
Why Aboriginal Health: Dr Rohan Carter
Closing the gap in Aboriginal Health and empowering patients to truly understand their health are the two burning issues that get Dr Rohan Carter – the 2014 WAGPET Registrar of the Year Award joint winner – out of bed each morning.
Why GP: Dr Jonathan Ramachenderan
It was 6:30am as I boarded my flight from Albany to Perth. I was heading to a WAGPET board meeting later that day.
Why GP: Dr Sophie Genoni
Dr Sophie Genoni shares about her everyday moments in general practice - the good, the challenging and everything in between.
Why GP: Dr Anthony Rengel
Hear from GP registrar Dr Anthony Rengel on the benefits of GP training with ACRRM.
Why GP: Dr Lucia Dong Wang
Dr Wang shares why she chose to pursue general practice with ACRRM.
Why GP: Dr Yusof Mutahar
GP registrar Dr Yusof Mutahar on why he chose to pursue a career in GP.
Why GP: Dr Georgia Frew
As the days roll by during your training, the style of the general practitioner starts to seep into you.
Why Train GPs: Dr Murray Nixon
We asked WAGPET Clinical Director Medical Education Dr Murray Nixon what he loves about working with registrars as they undergo their GP training with WAGPET.
Why GP: Dr John van Bockxmeer
A career path in general practice has delivered Dr John van Bockxmeer a flexible work life that has enabled the WAGPET alumni to pursue his other passions – charity and volunteer work.
Why Train GPs: Dr Colleen Bradford
With 25 years experience in medical education, Dr Colleen Bradford shares her medical education journey and what she loves most about what she does.
Why GP: Dr Alison Soerensen
Dr Alison Soerensen shares her story from medical school to fellowed GP.
Why Train GPs: Dr Peter Wutchak
The Collie River Valley Medical Centre (CRVMC) has trained 35 GP registrars in the past 14 years. The WAGPET GP supervisor behind this recruitment drive is Dr Peter Wutchak.