Meet the Team

Nurses / Treatment Room
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 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.
Our new modern treatment room is bright, light and relaxing with two televisions, radio and friendly nurses and midwives.

There is a minor theatre room for procedures including Mirena and Implanon insertion/removal and skin lesion or suturing facilities. There are two state of the art CTG machines for CTG clinics.

We provide Immunisation and Fluvax clinics. General nursing care including blood pressure checks, INR's ECG's, spirometry, ear syringing and wound care are also available.
Endorsed Midwives
Sally and Deb are endorsed midwives, who both also work on the maternity ward at Rockingham General Hospital.

They work alongside Dr Jose and Dr Ogwu to provide continuing maternity care from the very beginning of your pregnancy to the birth and 6 weeks beyond.

Endorsed midwives are able to offer more choice to women with their antenatal and postnatal care. The value within this setting is that the women get to know their Midwife and they can begin their valuable education from the very first visit, while the midwives learn about them and their family.
General Practitioner / Obstetrician
General Practitioner / Obstetrician
Administration Team
Pearl Ngatai

Debbie Huntington
Kristy Neutert
Qualified Lactation Consultant
Kristy is a mother of four children and is a qualified Lactation Consultant.

Kristy provides antenatal group information sessions at the practice as well as private individual consultations after your baby is born for one on one help and advice.

Get advice on:

Difficulties with attachment
         Create a breast feeding plan
         Discuss any concerns
         Advice on evidence based best practice
         Meet other mums
Nicole Crosby
Practice Manager
Jessica Neal
Assistant Practice Manager
Kirsty Drake
Senior Receptionist
Sam Stirling
Senior Receptionist
Amy Cook

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Sally Grayson
Kirsty Braggins
Nurse Manager
Silvia D'Arro
Registered Nurse
Dr Hafiz Abd Rahim
General Practitioner
Dr Abd Rahim graduated from the University of Melbourne medical school in 2009. He then moved to South Australia (SA) and completed his internship at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. He spent the next 3 years doing various clinical rotations at Flinders Medical Centre and Royal Adelaide Hospital. These years have given him invaluable experience ranging from the acute presentations in A&E through to Intensive Care and even Rehabilitation.

In 2014, Dr Abd Rahim entered rural General Practice Training in SA and has worked at Bridge Clinic in Murray Bridge and Coorong Medical Centre in Meningie. He qualified as a fellow with the RACGP in 2016 and decided to move to Rockingham as his permanent base. He enjoys the different aspects of general practice, from preventative health, minor skin surgeries, men’s health, Implanon insertions, paediatrics, aged care, and chronic disease managements. He listens and always get his patient’s input to ensure optimum care.

Outside of the consult room, he enjoys riding his bicycle, bushwalking, photography and travelling. He also spends considerable amount of time watching architectural & historical TV shows.


Minor Theatre Room
‘I found that after each child, there were little things that were forgotten, and I had many nurses tell me “its your fourth, you can probably tell us what to do”. This lack of help has prompted me to help as many mothers as possible achieve the dream of being able to breastfeed their baby. Whether its their first or 10th baby, all mums need support.’
Dr Bryan Low

Dr Low graduated from UNSW in Sydney in 2008 with an MBBS. He worked in various hospitals in Singapore for 2 years, subsequently working in the emergency department of Armadale Hospital for a further two years.

Since 2013 he has been working at the Moora Health Centre in rural WA and the Moora District Hospital, before making to the move to Rockingham Maternity and Family Practice.

He can manage all aspects of general practice but has a special interest in skin cancer. He currently holds a Graduate Certificate in Skin Cancer and is in the process of completing his Masters in Skin Cancer.

Dr Low was running a small skin clinic whilst working in Moora, and has been successful in diagnosing melanomas on a daily basis, being able to locate very small skin cancers before they grow, requiring larger excisions.


General Practitioner
Dr William Barnes
General Practitioner

Dr Barnes has been practicing general medicine for 32 years, whilst also practicing nutritional medicine for the last 30 years. Dr Barnes brings his wealth of knowledge to our practice, and can assist your family with all your general medical needs. He has a special interest in nutritional medicine to slow the ageing process and prevent disease, and is passionate about chronic disease, chronic fatigue and chronic pain.

Dr Barnes is originally from NZ, moving to Perth in 1985 where he began his career as a GP. Dr Barnes ran his own practice in Fremantle between 1987 and 2011 before moving to a large Cannington practice until 2015. Between 2015 and March 2017, Dr Barnes was providing rural and remote locum services in WA, before moving back to Perth and joining our practice.

Dr Barnes looks forward to meeting you and your family.


Dr Michelle Luy
Dip Child Health
Dip Womens Health
General Practitioner

Dr Luy graduated from the University of Western Australia in 2010. She completed several years of training at Fremantle Hospital, with rotations in Rockingham Hospital. She has obtained post-graduate diplomas in Women's Health and Children's Health, but enjoys seeing all patients in general practice.

Dr Luy can also perform mirena insertion / removal and minor skin surgeries (including skin cancer excisions).



Victoria Lill
Registered Nurse