Dr. Joanne Taylor

I trained at Guy’s Hospital in London qualifying in 1987.

I completed my GP training in UK including the Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and the Certificate in Family Planning.

I moved to Perth in 1992 and have worked in General Practice both metropolitan and rural settings. This includes five interesting years with the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

I have been a doctor at Glen Street Practice since the year 2000 and have an interest in family and women’s health.

Dr. Liz Griffin

I was born and raised in Ireland and completed my medical degree at Trinity College Dublin in 2000.

I moved to Australia in 2002 and enjoyed working in the hospital system in specialties including general medicine, aged care, emergency medicine and obstetrics and gynaecology.

I was accepted into the Rural General Practice program and worked in Moora, Mandurah and Lancelin before completing my GP training in 2009.

I love the variety that General Practice offers me, treating newborns through to the elderly. I really enjoy providing ongoing medical care to individuals and families over a number of years and love the range of consultations that I have in any one working day. I have a special interest in Womens Health, Paediatrics and Mental Health.

I am married to an Orthopaedic Surgeon and we are lucky to have two young active boys who certainly keep us on our toes.  In my spare time I enjoy running and training at my local Crossfit gym.  

Dr. Michel Hung

I grew up in Perth and attained my Medical degree in the University of Western Australia.

I trained locally in RPH, SCGH, KEMH, PMH , Bentley Hospital and spent 6 months working in Cottage Hospice.

I have an interest in women’s health, preventative medicine and family medicine.

I like to travel and experience different cultures, their music and food. I also enjoy cooking, but unfortunately the food doesn’t always turn out like they do in the pictures.

I feel it is important to have a well balanced work and family life.

I look forward to meeting you at Glen St Practice.

Dr. Cathy Parsons

I completed my medical training at the University of Melbourne before moving to Perth in 1988.  I completed my post graduate GP training in Perth and have practised in the Wembley and West Leederville area for over twenty years.

I have an interest in geriatric medicine and spend most of my week consulting in local aged care homes.  On Thursday I am available to see patients at Glen Street Practice.

In addition to health care in the elderly, my medical interests include paediatrics, women’s health and disability care.

Dr. Alison Kerr

I am a graduate of the University of Western Australia and completed my training in local and UK hospitals before deciding that general practice was the most interesting area to work. Since then I have worked at a number of Perth metropolitan practices before settling at Glen St Practice.

It is my privilege to be in general practice and to work with my patients to improve their health. I enjoy family medicine and have developed an interest in paediatrics and women’s health.  I am experienced in children’s health checks and vaccinations, antenatal care and continuing care of the whole family. 

My post graduate education includes a Fellowship of the College of General Practitioners, I have diplomas in obstetrics and paediatrics and continue to learn by tutoring medical students. General practice is constantly evolving and I enjoy the challenge of staying abreast of the changes.