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Introducing doctors working at the Stirk Medical Group: Dr Laura Surmon Image
Posted on Jul 28

Introducing doctors working at the Stirk Medical Group: Dr Laura Surmon

The Stirk Medical Group is pleased to announce that Dr Laura Surmon will be working at the practice as a GP Registrar, undergoing her GP training.

Introducing doctors working at the Stirk Medical Group: Dr Ewen McLean Image
Posted on Jul 22

Introducing doctors working at the Stirk Medical Group: Dr Ewen McLean

The Stirk Medical Group is pleased to announce Dr Ewen McLean will be working at the Kalamunda Surgery from 3rd August 2022.

Introducing doctors working at the Stirk Medical Group: Dr Suzanne Bicker Image
Posted on Jul 22

Introducing doctors working at the Stirk Medical Group: Dr Suzanne Bicker

The Stirk Medical Group is pleased to announce that Dr Suzanne Bicker will be working at the Kalamunda Surgery from the 3rd August 2022.

Bowel Cancer and the National Screening Program Image
Posted on Jul 1

Bowel Cancer and the National Screening Program

Bowel cancer is Australia’s second deadliest cancer and claims the lives of 103 Australians every week (5,375 people a year) – but it’s one of the most treatable types of cancer if found early. 300 Australians will be diagnosed with bowel cancer this week (15,604 people a year).

Dr Janusz Samborski returns to Stirk Medical Group Image
Posted on May 24

Dr Janusz Samborski returns to Stirk Medical Group

Dr Janusz Samborski has returned to Stirk, from an extended trip to his home in Poland.He will be working at our Newburn Road Surgery and also the new surgery on Mead Street.

Stirk Medical on Mead Street, Kalamunda Image
Posted on May 24

Stirk Medical on Mead Street, Kalamunda

Mead Street is our newest addition which is conveniently located opposite Kalamunda bus station and has plenty of surrounding parking. The surgery has 3 consulting rooms and a treatment room all with disabled access (entry off Mead Street). The clinic accommodates 3 Doctors and will be the new consulting rooms of Dr Janusz Samborski after a long awaited return from Poland.

Introducing doctors working at the Stirk Medical Group: Dr Hao Yang Image
Posted on May 17

Introducing doctors working at the Stirk Medical Group: Dr Hao Yang

My name is Hao, I completed med school in UWA in 2010 and have spent the majority of my hospital years in Royal Perth Hospital.

Don’t forget other health and medical concerns! Image
Posted on May 15

Don’t forget other health and medical concerns!

Yes, the Coronavirus is obviously very important, but so are any other health issues that you may have. With some easing of COVID-19 triggered restrictions, perhaps it’s time to catch up with some of those other health areas.

Dr Shivi Rayar returns to Stirk Medical Group Image
Posted on May 12

Dr Shivi Rayar returns to Stirk Medical Group

Dr Rayar will be focusing on health and what we can all do from a lifestyle perspective to stay positive and focused on what is going right in our lives.

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Posted on May 4

COVIDSafe App

The COVIDSafe App is a a great way to keep track of whether you may have been in contact with someone who has had the coronavirus. It is effectively a sophisticated contact tracing tool. Of course for it to be very effective, then a large number of people across Australia will need to have the App on their mobile phones and for the App to be activated.

COVID 19 in the Community Image
Posted on Mar 13

COVID 19 in the Community

COVID-19 cases are rising in our community. We are fortunate to have high vaccination rates, with large numbers of people having had a third booster vaccination. However, we have now reached the point of having over 4,000 new cases of COVID-19 infections a day. Very few of these people with infections will need to leave their homes and seek medical help in hospital type settings. There are many people with very few symptoms or even no symptoms.

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Posted on May 7

Sunday Surgeries have ended

Unfortunately, due to staffing pressures, our Sunday Surgeries are no longer available. There has been considerable pressure on Staff during the COVID pandemic and this has meant that we have had to make the difficult decision to cease our Sunday Morning Surgeries at this time.