Dr Ohireime Ovbiagele
MBBS (2000, Nigeria) FRACGP (2016, Australia).
Dr Ohireime Ovbiagele was born and bred in the ancient city of Benin, Nigeria. He did his primary/ secondary education and obtained his primary medical degree in the same city.
Dr Ovbiagele graduated from the university of Benin Teaching Hospital in 2000, with Medical Bachelor and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree and proceeded to internship training the year after, in the same institution. While in internship, he did rotations in paediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology, surgery and internal medicine.
In Nigeria, he occupied numerous positions as medical officer after internship which included, accident/emergency and general practice among others.
He left the shores of Nigeria to the beautiful twin Caribbean islands of Trinidad and Tobago in 2007.
While there, he took up positions in general practice, emergency, anaesthetics and critical care as a medical doctor.
Dr Ovbiagele came to Australia in 2013 from Trinidad and Tobago, obtained Australian Medical Council Certificate (AMC Cert) in 2014 and a fellowship degree in General Practice to become a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) in 2016. He has done a certificate course in skin cancer medicine and also in diabetes, both from the Queensland University.
He is registered as general practitioner with a specialist license with the Medical Board of Australia.
Dr Ovbiagele has special interest in skin cancer, men's health, type 2 diabetes and other chronic medical conditions.
He has lived and worked as a general practitioner mainly in rural Western Australia and has done several locum relief jobs as general practitioner/senior medical officer in rural and remote Queensland and New South Wales.
Dr Ovbiagele is happily married with children and lives in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.
Dr Raj Toor
Is now practicing at Alpha Medical Centre.
Dr Toor has been working in regional WA since 2014.
His area of interests are all aspects of General Practice including Men's Health, Mental Health, Aged Care, Child Health Preventive Care, Chronic Disease Management.
Dr Toor believes in providing holistic, personalised and patients centred care.
He speaks English, Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu and Kannada.
Dr Toor lives in Kalgoorlie with his wife and 2 young boys. In his free time he enjoys plaing badminton and spending time with his family.
|Practice Manager||Queen Ovbiagele (part-time)|
|Occupational Health Administrator||Queen Ovbiagele|
casual receotionist (Teena )