St Francis Medical Subiaco GP Clinic believe in great general practice – and have genuine care for their patients. YOU. Visit our experienced Subiaco GP doctors today. We have both male and female doctors who between them have a wide range of specialties so that we can care for your every need. Our GP team are highly experienced, and bring with them a strong passion for general practice of the highest calibre.
Our General Practitioners
Dr Helen Lamont
General Practitioner / St Francis Medical Director
Member of Menopause Society
• Medical Student Mentor
• GP Research
• Women’s Health
• Corporate Health Medical Services
In her spare time Dr Lamont enjoys singing and is a member of a Barbershop Quartet.
Dr Mark Stieler
MRCGP (UK) FRACGP
Very experienced doctor with broad and interesting medical experience – from remote Aboriginal communities to hospital paediatric emergency medicine
More than 30yr medical career
• Over fifteen years in General Practice
• Over ten years in Emergency Medicine
• Committed to patient focused care
• An irrepressible sense of humour!
Dr Stieler’s social interests are too varied and numerous for any to have become an obsession but most revolve around his family, sport and the “great outdoors”.
Dr Hamish Pearse
Dr Pearse heads the ‘St Francis Skin Checks’ Clinic, and has a Diploma with the Australasian College of Skin Cancer Medicine
• Skin Assessments
• Mole Checks and Removals
• Minor Skin Surgery and Procedures
• Men’s Health
• Children’s Health
• Strong General Practice
• Corporate Health Medical Services
Dr Louise Sparrow
MB.BS PhD. FRACGP
Dr Louise Sparrow has practiced in the CBD and Subiaco for many years and welcomes new and existing patients to St Francis Medical
• Skin Checks and Removals
• Nutritional Medicine
• Aged Care (home visits available)
• Mental Health
Dr Iqbal Hussain
Dr Hussain can also read, write and speak Urdu fluently. As well, he can speak Hindi and Punjabi fluently. Dr Hussain can communicate quite effectively with patients originating from the Indian subcontinent.
• Diabetes Mellitus
• GP Teaching
• General Medicine
Our Practice Nurse
Sarah is from the UK, where she trained and worked, receiving her Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
She worked in trauma and orthopaedics before moving into the community setting to work in urgent care. Sarah is very community focused and believes that it is important to provide high level, quality care to people in a setting that most suits them. Her special interests are health promotion and the management of ongoing conditions.
When Sarah is not looking after her patients, she enjoys Perth’s beaches and sunshine.
Our Practice Manager
Highly experienced in the area of practice management, with more than 13 years experience in the medical industry! Sharon has worked from medical reception up to practice management – gaining valuable experience in all aspects of running a patient-focused medical practice.
Sharon believes medical practices should strive to provide a caring environment for patients, as well as providing an excellent standard of clinical patient care. As practice manager, Sharon works on teamwork at St Francis to help deliver on these focuses.
Outside of general practice, Sharon enjoys baking cakes (..we can vouch for them! yummo!), walking on the beach, following footy and staying healthy with cycling.
Sarah has been working with St Francis Medical for over 2 years. She has vast experience in Medical Reception work and has worked in the field for over 9 years and still enjoys the work immensely.
Sarah is currently pursuing her dreams of becoming a Nurse and is
Studying Nursing while working.
Hobbies include gardening and taking her dog to the dog beach on weekends.
Penny has been with St Francis Medical for 13 months, She is a former Beauty Therapist who decided to make a change into Medical Reception.
Penny displays a bright disposition and is very welcoming – she looks forward to assisting you when you attend the practice.
Shelby has had 4 years of reception experience, she took a break from her university studies to work full time. She is the phlebotomist for the Australian Clinical Labs collection centre inside the surgery in the morning and works on reception some afternoons. In the future she would like to continue working at the surgery part time and go to back to university to continue her studies.
In her free time she enjoys travelling.