Our skilled and experienced health nurses aim to make your clinic visit as pleasant as possible.They are always happy to discuss individual needs, answer any questions you may have and guide you through our range of healthy travel products and kits.
From left to right: Helen, Lenore, Paula, Nadia and Alison
Friendly and knowledgeable, our reception team are on hand to book your appointments and answer any non-clinical questions.
From left to right: Emmy, Bev, Sacha and Rachel
Dr Rutherford’s interest in international health was sparked during his undergraduate placement in Zambia. Originally from Scotland, he has worked in Australia for over 25 years, 14 of them as a travel doctor in Fremantle and has a particular interest in illness in the returned traveller. For the past 10 years he has also worked as a GP in Refugee Health at Princess Margaret Hospital for children. He gives annual lectures at the University of Notre Dame in both Travel Medicine and Refugee Health. Since Africa, Dr Rutherford has travelled extensively throughout South East Asia, Europe and the Americas, more recently on trips with his family. He recently attended the Asia Pacific Travel Medicine Conference in Kathmandu, Nepal. He’s also a bit of a soccer fan and is actively involved in his local junior football club
Dr Perse’s travels have taken him to numerous places in the world including Mongolia and Russia, Seychelles and a variety of destinations in Asia. He has been swimming in the Blue Lagoon in Iceland (a highlight) and had dysentery in India – all part of the travel experience. Dr Perse loves talking to people about travel and learning about new places. He particularly enjoys seeing humanitarian aid workers.
An experienced and enthusiastic travel doctor, Dr Terry has travelled extensively through Africa, Asia and Central and South America. His most recent trips have taken him to Cambodia and Thailand as well as skiing in Japan. One of his best memories is of arriving at Machu Picchu at dawn but he still has plenty of places on his ‘must visit’ list. Dr Terry has worked in travel medicine since 1995 and has a keen interest in immunosuppressed travellers and school groups. He also finds time for tennis, music and reading.
Dr Beilin has worked at Travel Health Plus since 1999. He also works as a general practitioner in Palmyra. His travel experiences include several months working on a Kibbutz in Israel and trips to Asia, Egypt and Europe. He has hiked the Mt Blanc circuit as part of a wilderness medicine course and regularly attends national and international travel medicine conferences. In his free time, he enjoys swimming, cycling, playing the violin and spending time with his children.
Dr Crouch became interested in travel medicine after completing the Diploma of Tropical Medicine in Liverpool. He and his wife particularly enjoy hiking and travelling with their children. He has fond memories of taking his 2 month old to Beijing where local grandmothers kept stopping and offering advice on what clothing the baby should wear and how it should be carried. He’s been working as a travel doctor in the Fremantle clinic since 2002 and as well as other travellers, is keen to see overseas missionaries who are going to work in underdeveloped countries.
All our travel doctors love talking to people about their trips and Dr McLellan is no exception. In recent years she has been to Vietnam and India (twice) but says her best holiday memory is of the Okavango Delta in Africa, cruising in a dugout canoe surrounded by hippos and crocodiles. She would love to go hiking in PNG and visit Antarctica and enjoys experiencing food from different cultures. Dr McLellan has been working in travel medicine since 2007 and has lots of experience of travelling with children.
Becoming a travel doctor was an easy decision for Boey-Leng who is passionate about travelling herself. She combines this with her love of photography and also studies French, which she practices overseas whenever she has the opportunity. Whether she is hot air ballooning in Turkey, rafting in Chang Mai or trekking in Peru, she is always looking for somewhere new to visit and loves helping travellers prepare for their own adventures.
A highly experienced travel medicine advisor, Dr Christopher Rynn has been working in Perth since 2007. Enthusiastic and passionate about all things travel, he has undertaken postgraduate training in aviation, diving, tropical, travel, and wilderness medicines. Of course he’s still had time to indulge in his personal love of travelling. Chris has explored six continents, and with a particular affection for jungle and mountain terrain, it’s no surprise he loves trekking, scuba-diving and mountaineering.