With over 25 years of experience as a General Practitioner, Dr Job Ojo has worked as a GP in Nigeria, Mozambique, South Africa and Australia.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine. He is also involved in the training of medical students and GP registrars.
His special interests are General Medicine, Mental Health Treatment Plans, Child Health, Detection and Management of Skin Diseases, Travel Health Care Advice and Immunisations, Preventative Health and Chronic Disease Management.
Dr Shahid is a Bangladesh born General Practitioner, practising in Western Australia since early 2003.
Since graduation, he has worked and trained in Bangladesh, Zambia, South Africa and Australia.
He worked in Public Service in all the above countries until 2005 when he moved into full time private General Practice.
He is a fellow of the Australian Royal Collage of General Practitioners.
He joined Roleystone Family Medical in 2012 and still enjoys serving the Local Community.
Dr Saima Malik
With over 16 years of hands on experience in healthcare industry, Dr Saima Malik has worked as Forensics Lecturer, Emergency Doctor and GP both overseas and in Australia.
She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
She joined Roleystone Medical Centre as GP in 2018 with high focus on family medicine serving local community. Her special interests are General Medicine, Women’s Health, Mental Health, Child Health, Travel Health Care Advice and Immunisations, Chronic Disease Management and Preventative Health.
Barbara has worked at Roleystone Family Medical Centre for the past nine years. She has completed her Medical Reception Course at Meditrain WA.
Aggie is a Podiatrist at the Roleystone Family Medical Centre. She is a UWA graduate who holds both local and international experience in the ever-changing field of Podiatry. Her extensive experience with high-risk diabetics allows her to identify and attend to the needy. Having worked at both primary care and tertiary care, Aggie has decided to focus on primary care as she strongly believes that prevention is better than a cure.
Gina has worked at Roleystone Family Medical Centre for the past four years. She has completed her Medical Reception Course at Australian Medical Association WA.
Jacqueline has worked at Roleystone Family Medical Centre for the past four years. She has completed her Medical Reception Course at Australian Medical Association WA.