Practice Team

Belinda Wozencroft
Dr Belinda Wozencroft Practice Principal

Dr Belinda Wozencroft is a General Practitioner with special interests in women’s health, sexual health, HIV medicine, and is an active PrEP prescriber. Originally, Belinda trained as a Registered Nurse and worked in remote Aboriginal communities before studying Medicine at UWA. Belinda has completed further post-graduate studies, which include Diploma of Obstetrics, Graduate Certificate in Women’s Health, and Diploma of Child Health. Belinda is registered as an s100 prescriber for antiretroviral medications for people living with HIV. She is the Principal at View Street Medical in North Perth.

Belinda is active in the local and national medical communities including as a board member for ASHM (Australian Society for HIV Medicine), NHSTAC member (National HIV Standards, Training and Accreditation Committee), and is a clinical council member at the North Metropolitan Primary Health Network.


  • HIV management
  • PrEP prescriber
  • Sexual health
  • Women’s health; including fertility, antenatal, and post natal care
  • Implanon insertion and removal
  • IUD removal
  • Paediatrics
  • Mental health
  • Chronic disease management
Anna Chaney
Dr Anna Chaney

Dr Anna Chaney has in interest in women’s health, sexual health, contraceptive provision and children’s health.  She has worked with Perth’s homeless population since 2012 and continues to also work at Homeless Healthcare.  She has a diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and a Diploma in Child Health. She has worked rurally in Victoria, NSW and more locally in Albany.  While undergoing GP training she worked at Princess Margaret Hospital in Paediatrics and at Box Hill hospital in Paediatrics and Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Anna Co-chairs the Metropolitan Syphilis Outbreak response team. Anna is passionate about equitable access to healthcare and approaches general practice with a compassionate, holistic and collaborative attitude.

Experience in: Mirena insertion and removal, implanon insertion,  cervical screening, mental health,

Ashleigh Clark
Dr Ashleigh Clark

Ashleigh grew up in Perth and studied a Bachelor of Science at UWA before moving east to study medicine at the University of Notre Dame, Sydney.

Since completing her studies in 2015, she has worked in various hospitals in Sydney before returning to WA where she has undergone her training in Kalgoorlie and metropolitan general practices.

During this time, she also completed the Sydney Child Health Program (University of Sydney).

Ashleigh has a special interest in preventative health and geriatric medicine, however, she enjoys all aspects of general practice.

She has experience in:

  • minor skin lesion excision
  • implanon insertion/removal
  • cervical screening
  • IUD removal
  • iron infusions
  • knee joint injections

When she is not working, Ashleigh enjoys swimming, playing the ukulele and trying out the local North Perth restaurants!

Dr Lucy Fitton
Dr Lucy Fitton

Lucy graduated from UWA  in 2004 and has worked in various hospitals over a number of years, including SCGH, Fremantle Hospital and KEMH.

In 2013 she commented General Practice training and completed this in 2015.

Lucy believes in providing inclusive and non-judgemental care to all of her patients and takes a holistic approach to mental and physical health. She practices in accordance with HAES (Health at Every Size) principles.

Lucy’s interests include:

Preventative Health

Women’s Health (including perinatal/pregnancy care and breastfeeding)


Travel Medicine

Mental Health

Minor procedures

Iron infusions

Implanon insertion/ removal

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Dr Teena Leonard

Teena grew up mainly in Perth, graduating from the University of Western Australia in 1985. Teena has been practising in North Perth for 22 years and enjoys all areas of general practice and regularly attends to several local aged care facilities. Outside of work Teena enjoys time spent at home with her family, catching up with friends and trying to stay fit.

Dr Sam Maisey
Dr Samantha Maisey

Dr Samantha Maisey has been in general practice for 11 years. She studied at UWA and lives in the local community. A mother of 3, Sam has a strong interest in women’s and children’s health as well as sexual health and minor surgeries. Sam is one of four s100 HIV prescribing practitioners at View Street. Sam has worked in a variety of settings including immigration health, emergency medicine, and in rural WA. In her spare time Sam enjoys taking her dog to the park, reading and listening to podcasts.
Other areas of interest are a holistic approach to mental health and chronic disease management.

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Dr Katharine Mummert

Katharine grew up in Perth and studied medicine at the University of Western Australia, graduating in 2014.

Since graduation she has worked at various hospital locations including Fiona Stanley Hospital and the Perth Children’s Hospital/PMH, as well as in the eastern states of Australia and in the United Kingdom. She has experience in a wide range of hospital medicine, particularly Emergency Medicine, General Medicine and Paediatrics. She has spent the last year working at a busy General Practice in Armadale.

Katharine is currently working part time at View St and part time for Homeless Healthcare.

When she is not at work she enjoys spending time with her partner and their dog, going to the beach, keeping active, seeing family and friends and sharing good food and wine.

Interests include:

  • Women’s health
  • Paediatrics
  • Implanon insertion and removal
  • IUD removal
  • Cervical screening
  • Mental health
  • Sexual health
  • PrEP prescribing
  • Chronic disease management
Ashleigh Norris
Dr Ashleigh Norris

Dr Ashleigh Norris is excited to commence her career in General Practice at View Street.
Ashleigh completed her studies at the University of Notre Dame in 2015. She has spent time as a student and clinician working in rural WA in Kalgoorlie and Karratha. She is currently pursuing a Masters in Public Health and has interests women’s health, lactation medicine and palliative care. Ashleigh is looking forward to experiencing the variety of General Practice.
Outside of medicine Ashleigh has two young children and enjoys spending time exploring the local parks with them

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Dr Matilda Oke

Matilda graduated from the University of Notre Dame Fremantle in 2015.

Prior to starting General Practice training, Matilda worked for several years in emergency medicine and completed a Masters of Public Health. Her main areas of interest include sexual health, reproductive health (including unplanned pregnancy management), LGBTQIA+ health and sexual assault medicine.

She is trained in the insertion and removal of both Implanon contraceptive devices and Intrauterine Devices (IUDs), and is a prescriber of PrEP.

She is currently studying for her Masters in Clinical Forensic Medicine.

Andrew Rushton
Dr Andrew Rushton

Andrew is an enthusiastic, passionate and motivated General Practitioner who prides himself on delivering high standards of care and health education.  He delivers his practice with care, compassion and professionalism.

Andrew had a varied career path in his earlier years but at the age of 24 followed his passion and lifelong ambition to study medicine. Andrew studied medicine in England and graduated from The University of Manchester in 2009.

Some of the roles that Andrew has undertaken during specialist general practitioner training are; cardiology, endocrinology, paediatrics, gynaecology, emergency medicine, orthopaedics, general surgery and ENT.

Andrew has undergone further training in HIV management and is an s100 prescriber for HIV antiretroviral therapy, sexual health, minor surgery and mental health.

Interests include:

  • Chronic disease management
  • Sexual health including prep prescribing, monitoring and HIV management
  • LGBTQI+ issue
  • Men’s health
  • Women’s health including Implanon insertion, removal and cervical screening
  • Paediatrics and vaccinations
  • IUD removal
  • Mental health
  • Wound management and minor surgery
Craig Shaw
Dr Craig Shaw

Craig studied medicine at Aberdeen University in Scotland, graduating in 1998.  He has worked in various roles including ENT, psychiatry, emergency medicine, general surgery, orthopaedics and sports injuries, with lots of experience in Paediatrics. Since moving to Perth, Craig has undertaken additional training in sexual health and HIV medicine and is a qualified s100 prescriber of HIV medications.  He has also gained further qualifications in skin cancer medicine, skin checks and minor surgery.

In his spare time you’re likely to find Craig either in the gym, at the beach or out with his two dogs. He has a passion for cooking and enjoys the occasional glass of fine wine or quality gin!

Other Special Interests:-

  • PrEP prescribing and monitoring
  • LGBTQI+ issues
  • Men’s health
  • Paediatrics
  • Mental health
  • Chronic disease management
  • Implanon insertion and removal
  • Sports injuries
  • Travel medicine
  • Ear, nose and throat medicine
Kath Stead
Dr Katherine Stead

Kath is a GP who completed her medical degree in Perth in 2013. She had a range of experience in hospitals in Perth, Geraldton and Darwin working in obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics and emergency medicine, before making the transition to GP.



– Women’s health and pregnancy, including termination of pregnancy

– Paediatrics

– PreP prescribing and monitoring

– Implanon insertion and removal

– IUD removal

– Sexual health

– LGBTQIA+ health, including transgender health


While not at work, Kath likes listening to music, drawing and spending time with her cat Olive and her three cheeky chickens.

Dr Sarah Whyte
Dr Sarah Whyte

Dr Whyte graduated in medicine in 2015 and has experience in the hospital sector and general practice.

Sarah is a specialist in general practice, having attained Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. 

Sarah is passionate about improving people’s experience of healthcare and, in particular, enjoys working with youth, adolescents and young adults. 

Libby Gilchrist
Elizabeth Gilchrist RN; Nurse Manager

After graduating from Curtin University, whilst working at Fremantle Hospital, Libby found her passion for nursing in General Medicine. As a Clinical nurse she gained experience in a variety of medical specialties including Respiratory, Dermatology, Immunology, Infectious diseases, and palliative care. During this time she has also specialised in Diabetes Care.

Libby has obtained additional training a Paediatric Nursing Certificate from PMH  and loves the diversity and challenges of working in general practice. Libby has newer interests in HIV medicine and sexual health and continues to have a passion for Chronic Disease and Health promotion and is committed to evidence based care through ongoing education.

She holds an Immunisation Certificate; has undertaken the Asthma Educators course, and Spirometry training; Aural health and Ear Irrigation Course and is a member of the Australian Primary Health Nurses Association, Wounds Australia and affiliate member of ASHM.

Maryann Bass
Mary-Ann Bass; Practice Manager

Mary-Ann has been working as the Practice Manager at View Street since April 2019. She began working in health and community services 8 years ago, coordinating and managing general practices. She has gained  a diploma in mental health recovery and has also spent some time working within organisations to address the issue of homelessness in Perth. Mary-Ann enjoys working with diverse community groups, facilitating capacity within a team to engage and build relationships, as well has having a strong sense of business structure, operations and finance


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