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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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Monday - Friday



Public Holidays

7am - 5pm

7am - 12pm



Flu Vaccine - Now Available

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

COVID-19 Telehealth Consultations

From Monday the 30th March, as part of reducing social contact during this pandemic, Medicare is now funding every patient bulk billed telephone consultations with your GP. Telehealth bookings can be made online or by calling reception.


If you need to see your doctor face to face (eg childhood immunisations, medical issues needing examination, wounds etc) discuss with your doctor at the time of your telehealth consultation or call reception who will book an appointment for you..


For urgent medical conditions requiring in surgery appointments with your treating doctor please call reception on 9456-1811 and you will be put through to a nurse for triaging.


Queensgate Medical Centre is committed to providing you a safe environment and will work through this pandemic to ensure we continue to provide you with the best possible healthcare.

Facts about COVID-19

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 .


February 23, 2020

We would like to welcome Dr Yoshei Tien to our Queensgate Medical Centre team! Dr Tien will begin practice in our clinic on Monday the 24th of February. Our team of reception, nurses and doctors are very excited to welcome Dr Tien as a colleague.

Dr Yoshei Tien is a local graduate from UWA. She's previously worked in various hospitals in south metropolitan area before attaining her fellowship with Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2019. She has also completed a postgraduate Diploma of Child Health from Westmead, Sydney.


Outside of work she enjoys traveling with her family. She believes in spending quality times with her two young boys.


Dr Tien is interested in all aspects of general practice, particularly paediatric, men and women's health, and family planning. She's qualified in Implanon and Mirena insertion and removal, as well as various medical procedures including venesection, iron infusion, skin lesions resection etc. As a Malaysian Chinese, Dr Tien can speak fluent Mandarin and dialects.

If you would like to book in with Dr Yoshei Tien, please call us on 9456 1811 or click below to book online via our website

Christmas Operating Hours

Monday 23rd December - Closed

Tuesday 24th December - Closed

Wednesday 25th December - Closed

Thursday 26th December - Closed

Friday 27th December - Closed


Saturday 28th December 8am till 12 noon

Monday 30th December 7am till 5pm

Tuesday 31st December 7am till 4pm


Wednesday 1st January 2020 - Closed


Thursday 2nd January 2020 - Business as Usual :)


Should you need a doctor while we are closed please call;

Perth After-hours Medical Services on 6380-1328.


You can also book online via our Facebook page or HealthEngine.


In the case of an emergency please call 000 or attend the nearest Emergency Department.

On behalf of all the Doctors and staff at Queensgate Medical Centre, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a safe and joyful New Year

Welcome back Dr Shiran Xiao

Queensgate Medical Centre welcomes Dr Shiran Xiao back to Queensgate Medical Centre. Dr Xiao will be available to see patients, new and old, on Saturday's from the 9th November 2019.

To book an appointment with Dr Xiao, please call us on 9456 1811 or book online today.

Dr Xiao graduated from Notre Dame University in Fremantle. Since graduation, she has worked in Fremantle, Rockingham and Fiona Stanley Hospitals. She worked in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Fiona Stanley Hospital in 2017 and obtained her Diploma of RANZCOG. Dr Xiao is fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese. Outside of work, she enjoys Muay Thai training and swing dancing.

Please join us in welcoming Dr Xiao back to Canning Vale and the Queensgate Medical Centre family.



We are proud to announce our new doctor to Queensgate Medical Centre Dr Hong Tan. 


Dr Hong Tan graduated from from University of Auckland, New Zealand in 2008. He moved to Perth in 2009 and did his internship in Fremantle Hospital. Dr Tan spent much of his time in South Metropolitan tertiary hospital gaining valuable hospital experiences prior embarking to General Practice.


Special interests include:

  • Children health

  • Chronic disease management 

  • Geriatrics

  • Preventative health

If you would like to book in with Dr Hong Tan please call our reception on 9456 1811 or book online via the link below.

Queesngate Teddy Bear Hospital

We are glad to announce our annual Teddy Bear Hospital will be occurring on the 4th of May 2019.

Calling all children to bring their favourite teddy bear or toy in for an annual teddy bear health check-up. Children will get to experience the teddy XRAY, teddy bandages and glitter injections, stethoscope, eyes and ear checks, a teddy gym workout, games and picnics. So bring the kids and their teddy bears for a fun filled day at Queensgate Medical Centre.

​This event is hosted by Queensgate Medical Centre, Doctors & Nurses and Notre Dame University Student Doctors. A $5.00 donation is required when registering to support the Smith Family, a national, independent children's charity helping disadvantaged Australians to get the most out of their education, so they can create a better futures for themselves.

Please follow the link below if you would like to register for the Teddy Bear Hospital:


We are proud to announce our new senior doctor to Queensgate Medical Centre Dr Elizabeth Whitelaw. 


'I studied for my medical degree at Southampton University in the South of England between 1987 and 1992, and did my GP training in the UK. Since then I have worked as a GP in both the UK and Perth.

I am a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of GPs (FRACGP) and have postgraduate qualifications in skin medicine (including the Diploma of Practical Dermatology from Cardiff University). I am also a qualified yoga teacher and life coach.'

If you would like to book in with Dr Elizabeth Whitelaw please call our reception on 9456 1811 or book online via the link below.


Queensgate Medical Centre welcomes Dr David Porritt who will be taking appointments from 14th January 2019.


David graduated from Notre Dame University in 2014 after making the move from his home city of Melbourne. He has spent the last four years gaining hospital experience both in Bunbury and Perth hospitals. David has an interest in all aspects of general practice with special interests in Men's health including their physical and mental health, skin checks and removal of skin lesions. Outside of work, David is a gym junkie to offset making it his mission to try out all the new restaurants that Perth has to offer.


Dr Porritt is very excited to meet our patients both existing and new, with appointments available now through our online booking system or by calling reception 9456 1811


Queensgate Medical Centre is sad to inform you that Dr Alex Sleeman will be leaving us at the end of this week to work in Denmark WA.

Dr Sleeman joined the practice 3 years ago and we have enjoyed having him as part of our team.

Dr Sleeman would like to thank his patients for giving him the privilege of looking after their health care for the last few years. Dr Sleeman recommends for his patients to see his colleague Dr David Porritt commencing next week and Dr Hong Chee Tan starting in March for their ongoing medical care at Queensgate Medical Centre.


Queensgate Medical Centre colleagues and staff wish to thank Dr Sleeman for all his service with us and wish him and his family every success and happiness in their new seaside adventure. We hope he will return to us one day in the future.


Christmas is a very special time of the year as it is the season of coming together with friends and family to celebrate.

On behalf of Queensgate Medical Centre we wish all of our patients a very Merry Christmas and a happy new year! Thank you to all our patients who have attended and supported our clinic this year and we hope to continue providing you with our quality healthcare in the year ahead.


Saturday 22nd December       -           Closed
Monday 24th December          -          Closed
Tuesday 25th December          -          Closed
Wednesday 26th December    -          Closed
Thursday 27th December        -          Closed
Friday 28th December             -          Closed
Saturday 29th December         -          8am - 12pm
Monday 31st December           -          7am - 4pm
Tuesday 1st January                 -          Closed

Wednesday 2nd January          -         Resume Regular Hours

We advise all our patient to plan ahead for any last minute scripts, referrals or health concerns before the holiday break

Should you need to see a doctor during this time, please call After-Hours Service on 1300 000 362 who product home visits for patients. In the case of an emergency please call 000 for ambulance assistance or attend your nearest hospital.

We wish everyone a safe and very festive holiday season!


The Smith Family Toy & Book Appeal is your opportunity to help bring a smile to a disadvantaged child's face this Christmas. Sadly, thousands of Australian kids will go without receiving a gift this holiday season simply because their families can’t afford it.


This year, with your help, The Smith Family aim to deliver over 75,000 new toys and 50,000 new books to children in need around Australia.


Our Toy & Book Appeal provides gifts to children in need, allowing them to feel a sense of belonging this Christmas. Your generous gifts will help them acquire the skills and knowledge they need to build a better future.


Queensgate Medical Centre is proud to be apart of this important charity and hope that as a community we can come together to support these families this Christmas. We will be collecting gift donations at our clinic at reception.

Charity: The Smith Family Toy & Book Christmas Appeal

Collection Dates: 21st of October - 30th of November

Accepted Donations: New toys and books (please note no food donations)


If you are visiting us during these dates in October and November we would greatly appreciate any donations you may have for us.

Food Allergy and Intolerance in Babies and Children

Food Allergy and Intolerance in Babies and Children

Where: Queensgate Medical Centre

When: Tuesday, 16th October 2018

Time: 6.30pm - 8:00pm

Experts include: Dr Lauren Johnson (Queensgate Medical Centre);

Ingrid Roche & Belinda Martin, Accredited Practising Dietitians

Cost: Free!

Who should come along?

  • Parents who suspect their children may have allergies or intolerance's

  • Parents or carers of children with diagnosed food allergies – chance to delve into the nutritional aspects of exclusion diets

  • Anyone wanting to know more about allergy and intolerance?


The session will have a power-point presentation but will keep it interactive and informal to allow plenty of questions from audience.​

Welcome back Dr Lauren Johnson

Queensgate Medical Centre welcomes back Dr Lauren Johnson re-commencing on the 12th September. To make an appointment please visit our website or call 9456 1811.

Dr Lauren Johnson completed her medical degree at UWA in 2009 and was awarded her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practice in 2014.


She has always had an interest in maternal and child wellbeing. Having her own children and experiencing the joys and challenges of motherhood has made her a passionate advocate for the wellbeing of children and their caregivers.

Special interests include:

  • Preconception planning, pregnancy and postnatal care

  • Breastfeeding issues

  • Infant care- including cry/ fuss issues, sleep and feeding issues

  • Perinatal mental health- including postnatal depression, perinatal anxiety and postnatal depletion

  • Child health- including eczema management, food allergy and mental wellbeing/ resilience

Commenting on her return to Queensgate Medical Centre, Dr Johnson said "I look forward to welcoming my patients, both old and new, to our fantastic and vibrant practice. I missed the team and my patients and am looking forward to seeing them all again."

Welcome Dr Shiran Xiao

Queensgate Medical Centre welcomes Dr Shiran Xiao to Queensgate Medical Centre.

Dr Xiao graduated from Notre Dame University in Fremantle. Since graduation, she has worked in Fremantle, Rockingham and Fiona Stanley Hospitals. She worked in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Fiona Stanley Hospital in 2017 and obtained her Diploma of RANZCOG. Dr Xiao is fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese. Outside of work, she enjoys Muay Thai training and swing dancing.

To book an appointment with Dr Xiao, please call us on 9456 1811 or book online today.

Welcome Dr Jen Roscoe

Queensgate Medical Centre welcomes Dr Jen Roscoe to the team.


Dr Roscoe, completed a Doctor of Medicine at Flinders University (SA) in 2014 after gaining a Bachelor of Science (Biomed) in 2011 at Murdoch University. Dr Roscoe has been working in the south metropolitan area since graduation and is committed to providing health services to the local community.

Dr Roscoe commented "I’ve been drawn to General Practice to develop continuity with patients and experience the variety of medicine across all ages. I have special interests in Women’s/ Child Health, Geriatrics and Palliative care. I love good coffee, spending time with my children, watching the footy and going to the gym. I’m very excited to start at Queensgate and hope to be a part of your health journey."

If you would like to book with Dr Roscoe book online or call us: 9456 1811.

Baby Sleep Workshop - Big Success

On Tuesday 17th March, Queensgate Medical Centre hosted a Baby Sleep Workshop with special guest speaker Caroline McMahon from Caroline’s Angels. With more than 50 attendees learned about the many reasons why babies are so wakeful and how-to problem solve to improve their babies sleeping habits.

Caroline McMahon c/o Caroline’s Angels has kindly offered a $20.00 phone consultation discount to Queensgate Medical Centre patients and attendees of the Baby Sleep Workshop. If you would like to take up this once off offer please follow the link provided below and enter the code 'phone special' when making your booking https://www.carolinesangels.com.au/one-off-phone-consultation-baby/

Our next event is a Men’s Health Evening on Tuesday 5th June which will include a beer on arrival, free health check and presentations from leading Men’s Health Specialists on a range of important topics for men. So please tell your husbands, brothers, mates and fathers to attend.

Raising Calm & Connected Children

On Tuesday 13th March we held another successful patient seminar thanks to a fellow parent and Occupational Therapist, Kate Haliczenko from Thrive Therapy. Participants learned some very useful tips on how to raise Calm and Connected Children, topics covered included:

  • what self -regulation means

  • why self-regulation is important

  • What to expect from your child

  • When to get professional help

  • Ways to support your child to be calm, happy and alert!

Thanks again to all the attendees we hope you enjoyed the session as much as we did. For more information and support with raising calm and connected children, please visit one of our Doctors.

Men's Health Night Success

Queensgate Medical Centre and St John of God Murdoch Hospital hosted a successful Men's Health Night on Tuesday 5th June 2018.


We had nearly 30 men join us for a beer or soft drink to hear from leading experts on several common Men’s Health issues face at some stage in their lifetime. Attendees learned about the warning signs, testing, treatment and what you can do to lower your risks.

Experts included:

  • Trenton Barrett, Urologist, Perth Urology

  • Andrew Leech, General Practitioner, Queensgate Medical Centre

  • Leonie Patrice, Registered Psychologist, Queensgate Psychology Centre


Topics covered included:

  • Free Men's Health Check

  • Prostate health, Testosterone, ED, Incontinence and more

  • Men’s Mental Health


A big thanks to the speakers and all of the men who joined us on the night.

National Flu Vaccine Shortage

Unfortunately this year due to the high number of demand for the flu vaccine, WA Health Authorities are now limiting the supply of the vaccine to GPs and chemists. A surprising 30% surge in demand ahead of winter season has impacted supplies to Australia.

"According to states and territories, compared to last year, there has been a 25-30 per cent increase in demand," Acting Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Hobbs said in a statement.
Health authorities say they have been a victim of their own success, with doctors, the Australian Medical Association and governments’ push to encourage people to get vaccinated working so well they now can’t keep up

Queensgate Medical Centre at this time only has Government vaccination stock for people over the age of 65, people with a chronic health condition and children between 3 - under 5 years old.



  • Private Flu Vaccines

  • Junior Flu Vaccines (6 months - under 3 years old)

We will keep our patients updated via our Facebook page and website on when we receive more stock for this vaccine. Please also feel free to call reception 9456 1811 for any further updates on the vaccine.

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Queensgate Medical Centre

Level 1, 2 Queensgate Drive

Canning Vale, 6155 WA

Email: reception@qgmedcentre.com.au

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