Dr STEPHEN SUN (a.k.a Sunny)
FRACGP MBBS BSc(Pharm)
Sunny has lived and worked as a GP in the Peel region for over 10 years. He is the principal of Peelwood Family Medical Practice and truly stands by the values of the traditional family doctor, one that allows patients to know their doctor, and for a doctor to know their patients and their families with continuity of care. Before moving to Mandurah, he spent most of his younger years in Perth being an old boy of Christ Church Grammar School and graduating from UWA. But he loves what the Peel region has to offer and the vibrancy, so much so, all his children were born locally, and he has enjoyed setting up his roots here in Mandurah. He has interests in all aspects of general practice including men’s health, dermatology, chronic disease management, paediatrics, and teaching doctors-in-training.
Outside of medicine he loves going on family holidays with his wife and 3 kids, amateur musical theatre, and an avid follower of Liverpool Football Club and the West Coast Eagles.
Dr JACQUI SUTTON
FRACGP MBBS (hons) Dip Child Health (hons)
Jacqui was born and raised in Melbourne. Completing her Medical degree through Monash University she undertook placements throughout much of Victoria and was fortunate enough to gain some experience in Bowen (QLD), Darwin, Broome, and even Johor Bahru in Malaysia. She then went on to work in Townsville, Darwin, and Adelaide, and after all their travels Jacqui and her husband have now decided to put some roots down close to family and settled in the Peel region.
Along the way Jacqui has completed additional qualifications in Obstetric Shared Care (pregnancy/antenatal shared care) and has also completed a Diploma of Child Health through the Children's Hospital at Westmead (Sydney). She has interests in family planning and has completed additional training to insert Implanon contraceptive devices. She has now completed her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioner's (FRACGP) and is enjoying working as a GP in family medicine.
Dr NAOMI JUPP
FRACGP MBBS (Hons) BSc (Hons)
Naomi grew up literally just around the corner and was amongst the first year 1s at Glencoe PS when it opened it's doors (quite a few years ago now!) She moved away for some time and completed her Science and Medical studies at UWA. She has been working in Mandurah since 2012, where she lives with her husband and two children. She enjoys all that General Practice throws at her: from breastfeeding babies to palliative care and everything in between. She really enjoys working in partnership with her patients to optimise their health and wellbeing.
Naomi loves the sand, sea and surf of Mandurah, and the bushland and rivers of it's surrounds. Outside of work, her interests extend from crafts to camping and she also volunteers with the local Scout group.
Dr YOSHEI TIEN
Dr Yoshei Tien is a local graduate from UWA. She's previously worked in SCGH, Fremantle Hospital and PMH before joining GP training, and has completed a postgraduate Diploma of Child Health from Westmead, Sydney. Dr Tien is interested in all aspects of general practice, particularly paediatric, women's health and family planning. She's qualified in Implanon insertion and removal. She also speaks fluent mandarin and dialects. Outside of work Dr Tien enjoys traveling with her young family.
Outside of work Dr Tien enjoys traveling with her young family.
Dr HANNAH GOODCHILD
Hannah ew up in the caribbean and completed her medical training in the UK. She has been practicing medicine in the UK & Australia since 2013 and has completed additional training in emergency medicine and nutritional/environmental medicine. In addition, I have an interest in paediatrics, travel medicine and palliative care and are competent in minor skin procedures.
Outside of medicine, Hannah enjoy spending time outdoors - camping, kitesurfing and travelling.
Dr PERRY LEE
Dr Perry Lee, originally from Malaysia, is currently completing his specialist training in General Practice, and has been practising medicine since 2011. “The diversity of patients and medical presentations is one of the most enjoyable aspects of General practice for me ,especially the thrill of not knowing what will come through the door next, not to mention, also building long-term relationships with patients and their families over their lifespan”. Dr Lee has an interest in all aspects of general practice including chronic disease management, men’s health, skin cancer, paediatrics and travel medicine. Outside of medicine, he loves playing a game of futsal, badminton, or going to the movies, and travelling. Also an avid fan of Liverpool Football Club.
Jean was born in the UK where she obtained her R.N.qualification at the North West London School of Nursing. She then moved to South Africa where she lived for eleven years, working at Kempton Park Hospital in the Operating Theatres and in Maternity; gaining Registration as a Midwife. She also worked in General Practice prior to commencing her family. She subsequently migrated to Australia with her husband and two children. Since coming to Australia, she has lived, for the most part, in Mandurah where she has worked in Community Nursing with Silver Chain; at Peel Health Campus on the surgical ward; in Aged Care, as Co-ordinator of Community Aged Care (EACH) Package clients and in General Practice at several surgeries within the region.
Robyn is our Practice Manager who has been in the Medical Industry for over 22 years. She completed Certificate IV in Practice Management in Sydney 2008 whilst in a 2IC role at a previous surgery and started with PFMP in its early stages as it was transformed from a residential premise to a Medical Practice.
She is proud to be the mother of 4 beautiful children and spends most of her spare time running them around to their school, sports and after school activities. When time allows she enjoys working with and editing photos and videos on the computer, scrapbooking, holidaying and time away and spending time with her family & friends.
Caroline is a married mum with 2 daughters. Caroline grew up on Kangaroo Is in South Australia and moved to Mandurah in 1988 at the age of 14. She studied at Mandurah High School and Leederville Tafe and more recently completed Cert III in Business Administration.
Caroline enjoys working with people of all ages. She is a fun, caring and social person who enjoys bike riding, kayaking and boating.
Kiaan migrated from New Zealand in 2011 at the age of 15. She studied at John Tonkin College and has currently begun studying with the University of New England Partnerships in Cert IV GP Assistant.
Kiaan enjoys the outdoors, especially hiking and boating and likes to head out with her dog as often as she can. She is a bright, bubbly and very social person who takes pride in her work here at PFMP
I am a proud Mum of two beautiful children and have recently moved back to Mandurah after 10 years of living remote in Tom Price and Weipa FNQ.
I am enjoying being back close to the beaches and being able to go camping and travelling. In my spare time I enjoy reading and long walks with my dog.