Dr Adeolu (Deo) Obatayo

MBBS,AMC,FRACGP,Certificate in Primary Care Dermatology/CPC.Derm (RACGP/Australasia College of Dermatology).

Doctor Deo has a vast knowledge in medical and surgical(Procedural GP) medicine spanning over 10 years with half of that in rural medicine where he was required to do more than the usual every day GP to meet the needs of the community given him a wealth of experience over the period.
He is meticulous in the care of his patients and always aiming for the optimal health possible in every individual.
He is happily married with 3 children and enjoys playing/watching soccer in his own free time, unfortunately he is an Arsenal fan.

Areas of Interest include:
Dermatology i.e. all skin conditions
Chronic conditions such as Diabetes, COPD etc.
Cardiac conditions; Hypertension, Atrial Fibrillation, Post Heart attack management, ECG(worked with WA cardiology 4 months as a junior doctor).
Mental health care/Counselling
Men’s health
Surgical conditions, he is a procedural GP with special interest in Skin cancer care i.e skin checks, skin lesion monitoring, medical and surgical management of skin cancer.
Circumcision (Member of the Circumcision Academy of Australian )
Wedge resection of ingrown toe nails
Laceration repairs
Implanon insertion and removal etc
Christian Mental Health Counselling

Dr Adeola (Agnes) Obatayo


Doctor Agnes has a passion for providing patient-centered care for her patients and their families. She graduated from medical school in 2008 and has a vast experience in general practice.

Areas of Interest:
Women’s health (Pre-conception, counselling, pregnancy care, post-natal care, feeding difficulties, contraception advice, Implanon/Mirena insertion and removal, Menopause management, Pap smear, STD screening, Menstrual problems)
Adolescent health
Mental health
Chronic disease management
Travel medicine
Weight loss management.

Dr Sajid Qamar


Dr Qamar recently relocated in Perth after completing GP fellowship training in Queensland.

Vast experience in General practice, public hospitals and after-hours care.

His particular interests are in Chronic diseases management, women and children health.

In his spare time, he likes playing cricket, spending time with family and listening to music.


Dr Oluwatoyin (Olu) Adeyemo


Dr Olu Adeyemo graduated from medical school in Nigeria in 2007. She has worked in emergency medicine and general practice in public and private health sectors in Africa and Australia.

She migrated to Australia from Denmark in 2014 and has worked in various sub-specialities at St John of God Murdoch, St John of God Midland Hospital, Peel Health Campus, and Hervey Bay Regional Hospital in Eastern State.

Dr Olu’s is passionate in general practice, especially general medicine, chronic disease management, preventative medicine, women’s health, paediatrics, adolescence, aged care, and mental health. She is also keen to discuss preventative health with up-to-date national screening guidelines in various conditions like osteoporosis, cancer and cardiac condition.

Apart from working, she enjoys cooking and catching up with friends outside of working hours.