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.

Dr. Simon Moss

I consider myself to be a local. I grew up in City Beach, graduated from the University of Western Australia and choose to live close enough to the practice that I don’t need a car.

I have worked at Glen Street Practice since 1999 and am the business owner. I divide my time between seeing patients and attending to the administrative aspects of the business.

I enjoy the special nature of general practice, the connection with the community and the ongoing relationship with the patients unique to this specialty. The challenge is the almost unlimited scope of what patients can present with but that is also why it is always interesting. I host medical students at Glen Street – some of whom will become the next generation of family doctors.

I see all types of general practice patients but I am interested in skin diseases and spend some time each week doing biopsies, cryotherapy and skin surgery for skin cancers and the like.

Outside the surgery I can be found on the tennis court or on my bike for some fresh air and fitness.

Many of my patients know I disappear to France for a month in the middle of each year. My partner and I have a small property in the heart of L’Isle sur la Sorgue, a lovely town of waterways, waterwheels, markets and antiques in Provence. This has been an interesting venture and I am now a dab hand at French plumbing.