Dr. Kiran Puttappa
MBBS, FRACGP, PG Dip Diabetes (Cardiff)
Dr Kiran Puttappa joined the practice in 2018. He moved to U.K in 2001 and after gaining clinical experience, he moved to Australia in 2003. He has a vast clinical experience as a medical registrar in various public hospitals in Perth and the Gold Coast and he has a special interest in complicated general medicine cases and Diabetes. He holds FRACGP and Post Grad Dip in Diabetes from Cardiff. He also served as board member of RACGP (WA Faculty) from 2009-2013. He is currently a senior examiner to RACGP and sits as a panel member of AHPRA.
Dr. Than Oo
MBBS, FRACGP, DCH
Dr. Than Oo is originally from Myanmar where he completed his medical degree in 2006 and worked as a GP. In addition, he obtained a bachelor of nursing degree from the University of Western Sydney. Since 2013, he has been practicing medicine in Australia. He worked in hospitals in Melbourne and Alice Springs and undertook further training to finish a diploma in child health from the University of Sydney in 2016.
He achieved a fellowship from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2019 after training in the Northern Territory GP education program. He is also fluent in Burmese and has interests in child health, men health, and chronic disease management.
Dr. Juliet Tan
Dr Juliet Tan is an experienced Australian trained General Practitioner . She enjoys providing holistic medicine covering all aspects of general practice, with particular interests in Mental Health, Women’s Health and Paediatrics.
She has previously worked in Mindarie and Wanneroo over a 10 year period. Previous patients and new patients are welcome to book appointments.
Dr. Usha Thiagaraja
MBBS, FRNZCGP, FRACGP
Dr Usha, brings with her General practice experience over 7 years in New Zealand and Australia. She has recently moved from Auckland where she trained as and worked as a GP since 2013. Her special interests include Women and children health, experience and passionate about working with couples with fertility challenges. She also has experience managing chronic health issues widely seen in General practice. She speaks Tamil, Sinhalese and Bengali as well. She is starting part time with plans to be full time at Egerton Medical Centre by May 2020.
Dr. Leonie Bultje
Dr. Leonie Bultje is an experienced GP from the Netherlands. After graduating in 2011, she has been working in Internal Medicine. She has been working in General Practice since 2012 and combined her clinical work with a role as Medical Educator for medical students.
She values the variety in her work, as well as communication and collaboration with her patients. She has special interest in ENT, chronic disease management (diabetes, cardiovascular diseases), woman’s health (including placement of Mirena’s), skin cancer, small surgery and diving medicine.