Dr John Crawford
Dr Crawford is the founder of Joondalup Drive Medical Centre and is currently co-owner and principle practitioner. John graduated from the University of Western Australia in 1980 and has been in General Medicine for over 26 years. He has a previous background in respiratory and cardiac medicine and worked for a number of years at Slade Hospital in the UK. His special interests in medicine are dermatology, occupational health & obesity management. John enjoys playing golf and has a keen interest in philosophy, philately and art renaissance history.
Dr Peter Connolly
Peter Connolly graduated from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland and has been a GP for over 25 years. He is a Co-owner and Principle Practitioner at Joondalup Drive Medical Centre. Areas of special interest in the medical field include Occupational Medicine, Skin Cancers, Dive Medicine and Sports Medicine. Dr Connolly is a member of Sports Medicine Australia and holds a FIFA Sports Medicine Diploma. In his spare time he enjoys all sports, particularly playing, coaching and watching soccer.
Dr Frances Connolly
Fran Connolly has been a GP for over 19 year with particular interests in women's health, dermatology and travel medicine. She grew up in Scotland where she attended for her medical training at the University of Glasgow.
Dr Greg Blight
Dr Blight is a veteran of Joondalup Drive Medical Centre, since 1997.
His special interests include sports medicine and he enjoys lecturing pathophysiology and sports nutrition at Curtin University. In his time off Dr Blight can be found enjoying life in France.
Dr Charles McKibbin
Dr McKibbin qualified as a Doctor in 2005 graduating from Medicine at the University of DunDee (Scotland). His undergraduate studies were in medical science & he completed his postgraduate training in West Scotland qualifying as a GP in 2011. Charles is particularly interested in paediatric medicine, men’s health, occupational health and skin cancer management - holding a certificate in skin cancer medicine from the University of OLD. When he’s not spending time with his young family he enjoys kayaking, exploring the best of WA, travelling and socialising with friends.
Dr Ross Haston
Ross has been with Joondalup Drive Medical Centre since he emigrated from Scotland with his wife Laura in February 2012. He graduated the University of Glasgow in 2004 and completed further studies predominantly in Orthopaedics & plastic surgery, gaining membership with the MRCS in 2007. Ross' particular interests within General Practice are skin cancer screening, minor procedures, Orthopaedics & occupational health. When he’s not at work or spending quality time with his young family. Ross enjoys participating in Crossﬁt, soccer and watching AFL & the tennis.
Dr Andrew O'Shea
Andrew obtained a degree in Immunology, before completing Medical School and graduating as a Doctor in 2003 from Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry. Andrew has worked in a variety of hospital positions in both the UK and Australia before completing Specialist General Practice training. He has competed further postgraduate qualifications including Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, and Certificate in Skin Cancer, Australasian College of Skin Cancer Medicine. Andrew has practiced at Joondalup Drive Medical Centre since 2012 and is one of the Practice Partners. Andrew has been involved with teaching medical students and is an Examiner for the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
Andrew is experienced in all aspects of General Practice and has a special interest in Paediatrics, Men’s Health, Chronic disease management, Travel Medicine, Occupational Medicine and Workers Compensation, Minor Surgery including Skin Cancer Surgery, and Implanon insertion/removal.
Andrew enjoys spending time with his young family and travelling, which has included Teaching English in China and assisting rural Medical Clinics in South Africa.
Dr Shaun Sinclair
Shaun graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine from the University of western Australia in 2009 and has since worked as a junior medical officer SCGH, PMH and additionally completed 6 months in emergency medicine in country NSW. He commenced his GP training in 2013 and is currently furthering his studies with a diploma in children's health. Shaun has a particular focus in men's health and paediatric medicine. Shaun enjoys good food and wine and follows multiple sports including AFL, indoor soccer, cricket and golf.
Dr James Buck
James Buck graduated the University of Southhampton In the UK and has been a GP for 11 years, joining the team in 2013. His special areas of interest include chronic disease management occupational health and paediatrics, James enjoys ﬁshing, looking after his young family and swimming.
Dr Jade Jagoe-Banks
Jade started with Joondalup Drive Medical Centre in July 2015 as a full-time registrar in her final semester. Jade has a keen interest in Women's Health and Paediatrics. In her spare time Jade is an avid reader and a devoted member of a book club.
Dr Yvette Tan
Yvette joined the Joondalup Drive Medical Centre team in January 2016. She is a full-time GP registrar in the process of completing her general practice training at our medical centre. Yvette has a special interest in Women’s Health and Paediatrics. Her genuinely caring nature and bubbly personality makes her patients feel welcome and at ease. In her spare time Yvette enjoys cooking, baking and then working off those calories at the gym. She has a keen interest in travel and is looking forward to planning her next overseas holidays with her husband.
Dr Stephanie van der Moezel
Stephanie is a part-time GP registrar working at Joondalup Drive Medical Centre from January to July 2018 as part of her WAGPET GP training. She will be back with us in January 2019 to continue her registrar placement. Stephanie has a particular interest in Womens & Childrens Health. Her hobbies include playing outdoors with her 1 year old, doing pilates & cooking healthy meals.
Dr Michelle Hales
Michelle is working full-time Monday to Friday at Joondalup Drive Medical Centre while completing her GP registrar training through WAGPET.
Michelle attained her Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) in 2011 at UWA. She has an interests in women’s health and has implanon insertion training. In her spare time when she’s not racing after her two young boys, Michelle enjoys listening to live music, physical fitness (gym), baking and cooking.