Dr Graeme Findlay
Doctor Graeme Findlay has a wide experience of all matters relating to General Practice. As a boy he collected match boxes and first edition stamps. After he qualified at King’s College, London he served in the British Royal Navy. He migrated to Western Australia in 1989 and has worked in Morowa, Three Springs and Dongara mainly in the past twenty years and is currently working in Kalbarri, Northampton and Geraldton.
Graeme has three adult children.
Graeme has served the Mid-West with distinction for over twenty years as a General Practitioner. He is grounded, down to earth and approachable in every way.
Dr Terry Costley
Terry has over thirty years’ experience as a doctor and GP.
He has an interest in all aspects of general practice, family medicine and complex medical problems.
In the past he has been a member of the AMA committee and he wrote the column “Second Opinion” for a number of years which was published in the West Australian every week.
Dr Syed Shah
Dr Syed Maqsood Ali Shah graduated in 1995 from Ayub medical college Abbottabad, Pakistan. He has worked as medical officer in several different cities and towns of Pakistan, where his field was mostly related to paediatrics. Later in 2003 he joined the Ministry of Health Malaysia and served in country district hospitals. In 2009 he was appointed as medical officer in emergency and trauma department of university Malaya medical centre, Kuala Lumpur.
Dr Shah migrated to Australia with his wife and 3 children in 2012. He started his career in Geraldton Regional hospital in 2013.
Dr Shah joined Northampton doctor surgery in 2016 to pursue his career as a GP. His wife is also a GP in Geraldton.
He has a wide experience in all fields in general practice with specialist interest in paediatrics.