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Queensgate Medical Centre is committed to supporting the health, well-being and education of the community. We engage the community frequently with relevant health information and invite specialists from the health industry to share important information that will benefit the lives of our patients and their families or friends.


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Dr Jonathan Bigwood

7th October 2020

Queensgate Medical Centre welcomes Dr Jonathan Bigwood to our team of doctors. 

Dr Jonathan Bigwood trained in the UK but now calls Perth home.

 He completed his medical degree at St. George’s, University of London before undergoing postgraduate training in London and the south of England. He gained Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2018 and has been working as a GP in Perth ever since.


Throughout his medical practice he has sought to give his patients the highest quality care and prides himself on getting to know his patients well, placing their medical issues within the broader context of their lives.

Welcome Dr Josh Seldis

19th August 2020

Queensgate Medical Centre welcomes Dr Josh Seldis to the team. 

Dr Josh Seldis is a British-trained doctor originally from Manchester. He has lived and worked in Australia for 4 years, both in Metropolitan Victoria and in remote WA. 

He has a training speciality in Emergency Medicine, alongside planning to complete his fellowship with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine in 2020.

When not at work, he loves live music, writing songs and playing guitar, alongside being a dog enthusiast. Dr Josh Seldis is looking forward to joining Queensgate Medical Centre and meeting with patients.

Welcome Dr Jackie Oku

8th July 2020


Queensgate Medical Centre welcomes a new registrar, Dr Jakie Oku to the team.

Dr Jackie Oku graduated from The University of Notre Dame in Fremantle. Since graduation, she has worked in several hospitals in New South Wales. She also completed a postgraduate Diploma of Child Health from Westmead, Sydney and a Master’s of Public Health.


Outside of work, Jackie enjoys spending time with family and friends, travelling, sport, jazz music and a good book.


Special Interests:

·        Preventative health

·        Sexual and reproductive health

·        Women's health

·        Men’s health

·        Paediatrics

·        Excision of skin lesions 

To book your next appointment with Jackie, please contact us on 9456 1811 or book online.

Face to Face Appointments

12th June 2020


As the cases of COVID19 are starting to ease in Western Australia, it is still important for patients to maintain social distancing and isolate especially when unwell.


Queensgate Medical Centre welcomes patients to book for appointments in the clinic if you prefer to see the doctor rather than booking a Telehealth appointment. However, patients who have any cold or flu symptoms such as; runny nose, sore throat, cough, fever etc. are asked to not come in for any form of face to face appointment without first having a Telehealth consultation. If you have booked for a 'face to face' appointment via our online booking system and you have symptoms of a cold/flu, please contact reception immediately.


We understand patients may need to be physically assessed for these symptoms such as listening to the chest, checking sore throat, looking inside ear etc. however we need to rule out any unlikely potential risks of COVID19 to protect the safety of our staff, doctors and other patients. We ask patients to please respect and understand this protocol as we are only looking out for the well-being of others. Please ensure when calling to book an appointment and booking via Healthengine that you report any possible symptoms and to let reception know when queried.


Thank you so much to our patients for being so understanding during these uncertain times, you have all allowed our practice to adjust appropriately while remaining very patient.

Flu Vaccine - Now Available

14th April 2020


We are pleased to advise that both private and government flu vaccinations are now in stock at Queensgate Medical Centre. With the unusual health events this year surrounding COVID19, doctors are urging patients to vaccinate against the other strains of flu to avoid contracting and spreading another illness. Please keep in mind the annual flu vaccine does not protect individuals against COVID19, it is considered a separate virus however contains similar symptoms and the same categories of high risk individuals. Every flu season is different, particularly now COVID19 is heavily affecting our nation, it is extremely important for not only individuals but also the health care system to keep influenza numbers low. This means it will take effort from individuals to ensure they are vaccinated and continuing to social distance.

Influenza is a harsh and potentially life threatening illness that can often lead to hospitalisation. Flu vaccines cause antibodies to develop in the body approximately two weeks after receiving the vaccine. These antibodies provide protection against infection with the viruses that are used to make the vaccine. The seasonal flu vaccine protects against influenza viruses that research indicates will be the most common during the upcoming season. The flu vaccine protects against four different flu viruses which is known as the ‘flu quadrivalent,’ these are influenza A (H1N1) virus, Influenza A (H3N2) virus and two strains of influenza B viruses.

Eligible Government Funded Vaccine Patients:

  • Pregnant Women

  • Children aged between 6 months - under 5 years

  • People 65 years and older

  • Aboriginal people 6 months and older

  • People with a chronic illness

If you do not qualify for a government funded flu vaccine, you will receive a private flu vaccine which is $15 and your visit bulk billed.

Flu Clinic:
When: Our Flu Clinics will be operating Monday - Friday, 8am - 1pm.
How to book: Please do not book via Healthengine, please call reception to book.
Location: Queensgate is operating our Flu Clinic outside of our nurse’s door in the ambulance bay on the level 1 car park. This will allow less surface contamination, more space for social distancing and an open airspace. This action will result in a more sterile and safer environment for doctors, nurses and patients.
On arrival: Patients booked into the clinic will be asked to park towards the end of our level 1 car park and call reception from their vehicle to be marked as arrived. Patients will be asked to not enter the front reception. Patients can then sit in an available seat provided outside of our nurses door until one of the nurses are ready.

If you would like to book in to our Flu Clinic
Contact reception: 9456 1811

Facts about COVID-19

9th March 2020


Facts about COVID-19


  • it is transmitted via respiratory droplets (coughing, sneezing)

  • a respiratory droplet can travel around 1.5m

  • it can survive on smooth hard surfaces for up to 3 days

  • at risk groups include those of advanced age, having a chronic health condition such as diabetes, being pregnant, being on chemotherapy or having a poor immune system.


This is why the best way to avoid COVID-19:

  • wash your hands with soap and water, rubbing between fingers for at least 20 seconds.

  • social distancing of 1.5m

  • cough/sneeze into your elbow rather than your hand which can then contaminate a surface if you have COVID-19

  • stay home if you have any respiratory infective symptoms

  • if soap and water not available, use hand gel.


Queensgate Medical Centre Doctors and Staff wish you a safe next few months .

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