Dr P. Gerry Fegan
Gerry graduated from Aberdeen University, Scotland and completed a Doctorate of Medicine on the vascular complications of diabetes at Exeter University, England before moving to Perth, Australia in 2008. He is Head of Endocrinology at Fiona Stanley and Fremantle Hospitals and Associate Professor, School of Medicine, Curtin University. Clinical interests include all aspects of adult diabetes and general endocrinology.
Dr Ashley Makepeace
Ashley graduated from the University of Western Australia and completed her Endocrinology training, locally, at Fremantle and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospitals and in the UK at the Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism. She has a public appointment at Fiona Stanley and Fremantle Hospitals. She also works at Fertility Specialists of WA and as guest lecturer for the medical curriculum at Notre Dame University, Fremantle. Clinical interests include all aspects of diabetes and general endocrinology and women’s health.
Dr Richard Gauci
Richard graduated from the University of Western Australia and is qualified as a specialist in both Endocrinology and Nuclear Medicine.
He holds public appointments in the departments of Endocrinology and Nuclear Medicine at Fiona Stanley Hospital.
Subspecialty interests include thyroid nodules and cancer, thyroid dysfunction, neuroendocrine tumours and bone metabolism. He maintains a strong interest in general Endocrinology and Diabetes.
Dr Krishna Chikkaveerappa
Krish graduated from Bangalore (India).
He underwent physician and specialist endocrinology training in Liverpool (UK) and worked as a consultant in the UK. Currently, he is working as a consultant Endocrinologist at Fiona Stanley Hospital and Rockingham General Hospital. Clinical interest include diabetes and endocrinology including Type 1 and type 2 diabetes, thyroid disorders, testosterone issues, PCOS, pituitary problems, calcium problems and osteoporosis.
Dr Gregory Ong
Greg completed undergraduate medicine and specialist physician training at major teaching hospitals in Perth. Subsequently, he undertook research on the impact of the mineralocorticoid receptor on cardiovascular disease and inflammation at the internationally renowned Centre for Endocrinology and Metabolism at the Hudson Institute of Medical Research in Melbourne. He has clinical appointments at Fiona Stanley Hospital, Fremantle Hospital, and at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital where he previously served as clinical lead (Director) of Acute Internal Medicine. He can assist you with the investigation and management of any aspect of adult diabetes and endocrinology, including secondary hypertension.