Our Team

Our Team

Dr Ross Jose


General Practitioner / Obstetrician

Medical graduate from the University of Western Australia.

Postgraduate training at King Edward Memorial Hospital, St John of God Subiaco and the United Kingdom.

Practicing G.P. Obstetrics in Rockingham for 22 years.

Dr Princewill Chuka


General Practitioner

Dr Chuka graduated with a bachelor’s in medicine and a bachelor’s in surgery in 2001.

He is a dedicated General Practitioner with a strong interest in family medicine, mental health, joint injections, skin checks, minor surgery, and chronic disease medicine.

Dr Chuka works 5 days a week including late nights and Sundays for those patients that find it difficult to get to the Doctor in working hours.

Dr Chuka will also be performing vasectomies from our centre starting Jan 2019.

Dr Chris Ogwu


General Practitioner / Obstetrician

Dr Ogwu graduated from a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 1988.

He qualified as a Specialist Obstetrician and Gynaecologist in Nigeria in 1996 and practiced in both Mission and Public Hospitals in Nigeria.

Dr Ogwu moved to Australia in 2006 and has practiced at various hospitals throughout the Country, including:

  • District Medical Officer-Procedural Obstetrician in the Kimberley WA at Derby Hospital from 2006-2008;
  • Registrar of Obstetrics at Kaleeya Hospital from 2008-2009; Manly Hospital in Sydney from 2009- 2010;
  • Kununurra Hospital from 2010-2016; and
  • GP Obstetrician at Swan District Hospital, 2014-2015.
  • He obtained his Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2015.

    Chris is interested in various aspects of general practice, minor surgeries and geriatric medicine, with a special interest in womens’ health.

    Dr Darius Souraki Azad

    Dr Darius studied Medicine at Tehran University of Medical Sciences in Iran, and started to work as a General Practitioner in 2012. In 2019, he had the opportunity to move to Australia and reside in Rockingham, Western Australia, which has been one of the most important changes in his life.

    Serving people as a doctor, interacting with the local community and being able to make many good friendships with Western Australians has allowed him the chance to enjoy a fabulous duration of time here. He believes working and also living in the City of Rockingham has provided that opportunity. Soon he realised that this is the place that he wishes to stay permanently!

    He has a passion towards all aspects of General Practice, especially Mental Health. Working to raise the Mental Wellbeing of the local community of his new hometown, Rockingham, has been one of his biggest agendas over the past 2 years.

    Dr Ranjitha Kumar