Brookside is a new medical centre started by two experienced doctors. We have worked as general practitioners for over 10 years, first in the NHS in the UK, and for the last four years in a medical centre in Darch WA. We strive to provide excellent health service to our patients and families. We believe in holistic care and involving our patients in the management of their conditions. and education to prevent disease and improve wellness are our priorities.
We are now a team of four doctors, Nurses, Physiotherapist, Psychologist, Podiatrist & support staff, and would like to be your Family Doctor.
Dr Ella Falconer (Registrar) BSci Hons (2010) MBBS Hons (2016) I graduated as a doctor after completing my undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at the University of Western Australia. Since then I have gained experience in several hospitals around Perth, most recently at Joondalup Hospital. I am currently undergoing training to become a Fellow of the
Dr Harpreet Sur MBChb MRCGP (2012) FRACGP DFRSH (2011) DRCOG (2009) Languages spoke: English, Punjabi I graduated as a doctor from the University of Birmingham, UK, in 2006, and went on to gain experience in a variety of medical specialities before qualifying as a GP in 2012. I was admitted as a Fellow of the
Dr Mark Green BMBS (Brighton and Sussex Medical School, UK, 2014). MRCGP (UK 2019). FRACGP (Aus 2019). I graduated from Brighton and Sussex Medical School (UK) in 2014 and qualified as a GP in 2019 following 5 years of gathering further experience in multiple different specialities. I feel privileged to be able to work in
Dr Steven Trotter (Registrar) BOral Health (2008) MBBS (2016) I completed my first degree at Griffith University in Queensland and graduated as a doctor after completing my postgraduate degree at Notre Dame University in Western Australia. Since then I have gained experience in several hospitals around Perth, most recently at Joondalup Hospital. I am currently
Dr Urban graduated from Gdansk Medical University, Poland. Continued medical education at hospitals across Northern England. Completed higher professional education training in general practice in the UK obtaining Fellowship of Royal College. After reallocation to Perth, Australia in 2014 obtained Fellowship of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. While enjoying all aspects of general
Dr Ashish Khanna MBBS, MRCGP, FRACGP, Diploma of Dermatology, Diploma of Dermoscopy, Fluent in English, Hindi, Punjabi & Urdu I completed my medical degree followed by a post graduation in Orthopaedics in Delhi, India. I moved to the UK in 2000 for further surgical training and during that time developed interest in a more holistic
Dr Romi Ahluwalia MBBS MRCGP FRACGP DFSRH, Fluent in English, Hindi & Punjabi I graduated in India and moved to the UK for further training. I completed my General practice training in 2007 and was awarded a fellowship from the Royal College of General Practitioners UK. Acquiring my General Practice Fellowships in the UK and
Liam is our Move Forward Physiotherapist. He completed his BSc of physiotherapy at the University of Notre Dame. We are extremely lucky to have Liam at our medical center. Liam has an interest in the treatment of a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions, in particular, back and neck pain. Having worked closely with North Beach
Tore Graneri Psychologist I assist people with a number of issues including depression, anxiety, confidence building, self-esteem, relationship issues, anger and stress management. Believing that counselling offers a safe place to cultivate greater self-awareness, acceptance and to nurture change, my philosophy is that people deserve to be empowered and supported to be the best they
Trish Sienkiel Podiatric Medicine Trish graduated with a Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine from The University of Western Australia in 2010. While Trish enjoys all aspects of podiatry, she has a special interest in the biomechanics of the lower limb and diabetic foot care. Having done further study to become skilled in trigger point therapy, acupuncture, and foot mobilisation, Trish believes