Doctors

Dr Andrew Davies: MBBS, FRACGP

Having grown up in Perth, Andrew trained at the University of Western Australia. On completion of training Andrew spent eight years in the Public Hospital system including time in the North West of Western Australia and the Northern Territory. During this time Andrew gained considerable experience in Paediatric, Psychiatric Medicine and Aboriginal Health. Since entering the General Practice Training Program and becoming a General Practitioner Andrew has gained considerable experience working with homeless and marginalised people. It is his vision not only to improve the health of homeless and marginalised people but to provide education to other health professionals and trainees regarding the healthcare needs of this proportion of our population.

Dr Catherine Collins MBBS FRACGP

Catherine graduated from UWA in 2004 and intially worked at Fremantle Hosptial and then Princess Margaret Hospital prior to commencing her GP training. During her training Catherine worked in Albany and Geraldton and outer metropolitan Perth. Catherine completed her GP training in 2009 and works part time in a private GP clinic. She has always had an interest in working with teenagers, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds. Working with Mobile GP enables her to work in this area of interest, and help improve the health of those that do not have the privilages that a lot of us take for granted.

Dr Justin Wolfe MBBS FRACGP

Justin is a GP originally from WA who has recently returned to Perth after several years in the Northern Territory. He has experience in general practice, mental health, Aboriginal health and regional and remote area medicine. In addition to working for Mobile GP, he is the director of medical services of the Earbus program with Telethon Speech and Hearing.

Dr Anna Chaney

Anna is a GP who has grown-up and completed her medical training in Perth. Prior to commencing GP training she spent some time in Melbourne where she completed a Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She then returned to Perth to work at Princess Margaret Hospital where she did a Diploma in Child Health. During her GP training she worked in outer metropolitan Perth, Fremantle and Albany. She has a special interest in women and children’s health.

Dr Grace Vivian

Dr Katie Patterson