Harvest Lakes Medical Centre, 23 Gibbs Road, Atwell WA 6164

More about our services

At Harvest Lakes Medical Centre we provide a range of services to our patients, including:


Out of pocket fees involved for specialised appointments

Please contact reception for fees and more information


We also currently offer telehealth phone consults with our GP’s. If you are unable to get in to see your doctor or have symptoms of COVID 19 we can do your consult over the phone.

Please call our reception team and ask for more information or to book an appointment. Please note you must have attended the practice within the last 12 months to qualify for a telehealth visit.


Skin Cancer Checks

We have doctors with a special interest in skin cancer checks, and additional training in the detection and removal of skin cancers.

Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world. About two in three Australians will be diagnosed with some form of skin cancer before the age of 70.

What is skin cancer?

There are three main types of skin cancer:

  • Basal Cell Carcinoma,
  • Squamous Cell Carcinoma and
  • Melanoma.

Basal Cell Carcinoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma are the most common types of skin cancer and are sometimes call non-melanoma skin cancer. Melanoma usually begins as a new small spot, mole or freckle that changes colour, shape or thickness over months.

Skin cancer occurs when skin cells are damaged, for example, by overexposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun.

Skin cancer checks

A skin cancer check assesses your skin cancer risk and indicates any current skin problems of concern.

The skin cancer check includes taking your medical history, including previous sun UV exposure, as well as undertaking a detailed examination of your skin. If any moles or lesions have developed or changed in size or nature recently, our doctors will assess and recommend the necessary treatment.

We recommend you see your GP for a skin cancer check at least annually. As well as scheduling your annual assessment, you should see your GP should you notice any of the following signs:

  • Changes in a mole size, shape or colour
  • The edges of a mole have begun to change
  • The mole starts and continues to grow
  • The mole is not a solid brown colour, but multicoloured instead

If you notice any of the above, it is advised to book an appointment immediately with your GP for an examination. Your doctor will provide you with a thorough skin check, and scan for symptoms of larger issues.

Skin cancer treatment

There is no single method to treat all skin cancers and precancerous lesions. Choice of method is dictated by the size of the lesion, its location, its type (often confirmed by biopsy), and whether it is a primary or recurrent lesion.

Also considered is the patient’s age, health, occupation and preference for treatment method.

Preventing skin cancer

According to the Cancer Council, for best protection, they recommend a combination of sun protection measures:

  1. Slip on some sun-protective clothing that covers as much skin as possible.
  2. Slop on broad spectrum, water resistant SPF30 (or higher) sunscreen. Put it on 20 minutes before you go outdoors and every two hours afterwards. Sunscreen should never be used to extend the time you spend in the sun.
  3. Slap on a hat – broad brim or legionnaire style to protect your face, head, neck and ears.
  4. Seek shade.
  5. Slide on some sunglasses – make sure they meet Australian Standards.

In summary, to book a skin cancer check with a GP, please contact us.


Body Mapping

Body Mapping is a new state of the art technology is extremely effective for mapping any moles you have, and identifying any areas of concern. Body Mapping captures the entire skin surface long-term.

Total body photography is the best way to track potential changes in moles and lesions for early detection of possible skin cancer.

With Specialized skin doctors available; including  Dr Ugo Onyeka, Dr Yazan Al Absi , appointments are over plenty of convenient days & times.


Women’s Health

At Harvest Lakes Medical Centre we provide world class primary care for women. We are lucky enough to have doctors skilled in family planning, sexual health, menstrual and menopause problems. We offer care during pregnancy and can carry out your routine cervical screening.

We are delighted to be able to offer our female patients the full range of contraceptive options including the contraceptive implant, intrauterine devices, contraceptive injections and the full range of contraceptive pills. We are keen to discuss the available options and help find the best choice for you.


Antenatal & Postnatal Care

Let our experienced team support you along your journey through pregnancy and into parenthood.

From your first visit in pregnancy, through to your 6 week check and beyond we are here to provide information and regular visits as needed. Many of our GPs are able to provide shared care up to 20 weeks and provide extra visits as needed between seeing your obstetrician or midwife as needed. They are also able to provide support with sleep and feeding concerns in the neonatal period onwards.

Many women experience mental health issues during this time, if you have any concerns please come in to discuss these with our team of doctors.


Children’s Health

All our doctors provide child health services and work with their young patients and their families to provide a calm and safe environment. We understand that children may have a natural apprehension about a visit to the doctor, especially when they are ill.

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle and taking preventative steps to identify risks early is important.

Give your children a healthy start today by talking to your GP about your child’s health and wellbeing.

Our GP’s are happy to answer any questions you have and can track your child’s development with regular check-ups.

Our practice at Harvest Lakes Medical also offers:

– The 6-8 week baby check

– Child immunisations including meningococcal B protection.

– Growth and development checks

– Chronic disease management such as asthma

We can provide education, medication reviews, allergy & asthma action plans for both home and school use.


Men’s Health

Our team is able to provide care for specific issues for men from fertility concerns, mental health issues, erectile dysfunction and prostate problems.

Book in for your men’s health check to discuss your concerns


Mental Health

If you are having difficulties with your mental health that are impacting your day to day life, make an appointment to see your GP to discuss your options.

If appropriate they can help facilitate your care with a mental health care plan.

This involves a longer, more involved appointment and a collaborative  plan with your doctor regarding the best way to help you manage your mental health.

We have links with excellent local clinical psychologists and can help you find the best person suited to your needs as well as providing ongoing support through the practice.


Chronic Disease Management

Long term conditions such as heart disease, chronic airway disease, asthma, high blood pressure, diabetes, osteoarthritis and cancer require regular monitoring and assessment. Make an appointment with our GPs and nurses to ensure you are receiving optimal treatment and care.

In addition to managing your medications, prescriptions and blood tests, we can co-ordinate a team care plan if appropriate, to ensure all the relevant specialists and allied health team are involved in your care.


Iron Infusions

When iron deficiency has been diagnosed oral iron in the form of tablets or liquids are trialled first. In cases where this has not improved iron stores or side effects are not well tolerated we are able to provide iron infusion in the comfort of our treatment room.

If you are concerned about tiredness please book in with one of our doctors to check your iron levels or if you have had tests elsewhere please bring your results to your appointment to discuss if an infusion might be right for you.


Pre-employment & Driving Medicals

Pre-employment medicals identify if a person is medically suitable to work in the role for which they are applying. These assessments vary depending on the requirements from the employer and medical history of the patient.

Driving medicals involve reviewing past medical conditions and assessing fitness to drive based on criteria given by the Department of Transport. Please bring any information which may be relevant and completed paperwork to this appointment


Medicare does not cover these medicals. Please contact us to discuss pricing depending on your requirements.

45-49 Year Old Free Health Check

If you are aged between 45-49 year old, you can book a free health check with us.

Entering middle age presents a whole new host of health challenges for many people. The Australian Department of Health categorises 45-49 year olds as the demographic most at risk of developing a chronic illness.

As this is an Australian government health care initiative, your consultation will be fully funded by Medicare. As such, you will not be charged for the assessment.

Why do you need to get a 45-49 year old health check?

Between the ages of 45 and 49 years old is when, statistically, you have a good chance of showing signs of the development of chronic disease. Unfortunately chronic diseases can have a significant impact on your health and well-being later in life. Your GP may make recommendations to help you avoid health problems later in life.

If you haven’t been particularly conscious of your health in the past, then this health check is critical. For people who display risk factors for developing chronic disease, a 45-49 year old health check is even more important. Some risk factors that may lead to the development of chronic illness include:

  • Your family history – if others in your family have developed chronic diseases, this may increase your chances of doing so.
  • Biomedical factors – if you have high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or are overweight, your risk of developing a chronic disease may be increased. A health check can help identify these risk factors.
  • Your lifestyle – if you are a smoker, are sedentary, drink excessively or have poor dietary habits. Your risks of developing a chronic disease such as diabetes are very likely higher.

If you believe that you fulfil any of the above risk factors, speak to your GP. You can make changes to prevent them exacerbating any existing illnesses or causing the development of chronic diseases in future.

What’s involved in a 45-49 year old health check?

Our health assessments are a comprehensive and full health check of your general overall physical and mental health.

A mental health assessment and physical examination and health assessment is vital to identifying and preventing the onset of any chronic illness. These checks include a thorough examination of your diet, exercise, family history, and the review of any medication you may be taking. It may also include immunisations, type 2 diabetes risk evaluation tests and/or screening tests considered necessary for your age and/or health history.

Other components of the health assessment may include:

  • undertaking interventions and referrals where clinically needed;
  • delivering advice and information, including strategies to help improve a patient’s lifestyle and behavioural patterns;
  • write and record the health assessment, and provide the patient with a written copy of the health assessment underlying the recommendations covered in the appointment; and
  • if the patient is accompanied by a carer or guardian, a copy of the report or extracts of the report relevant to the carer or guardian.

This assessment is designed to detect, delay or prevent the current state or development of chronic health conditions.

Health assessments run for approximately one hour, including 30 minutes with a practice nurse followed by 30 minutes with your GP.

Medicare rebate for the 45-49 year old health check

You will be eligible for a Medicare rebate for your 45-49 year old health check. You may also be eligible for a Medicare rebate for further healthcare requirements, particularly if the outcome of your health assessment is further management of chronic diseases.

Book your health check today

We are committed to the ongoing care of your health and well-being. Therefore, we highly recommended this free health assessment to all our eligible patients. We encourage you to make an appointment with us at your earliest convenience.


Cosmetic Clinic

Jupiter Cosmetics was founded in 2016 with the vision of creating a safe and dynamic non-surgical cosmetic clinic with a multidisciplinary approach to our client’s aesthetic needs.

With access to our experienced aesthetic health professional team at multiple locations within the Perth Metropolitan area our mission is to utilise an expansive aesthetic treatment portfolio to produce results to enhance your natural beauty.

At Jupiter Cosmetics we aim to create an aesthetic environment focused on a holistic client experience to enhance your natural beauty and help you achieve your aesthetic goals.

Our Cosmetic Doctors and Nurses practice within in a client centered experience aiming to achieve the results desired for our clients to enhance your natural beauty.

Our experienced team of Doctors and Nurses provide non-surgical treatments including injectable treatments, dermal therapies and our clinics are equipped with a multitude of aesthetic modalities.


Vasectomy Clinic

Vasectomy Clinic WA is Western Australia’s Family Planning service dedicated to providing men with No-Scalpel open-ended Vasectomy Procedure.

Performed by our very own Dr George Eskander.

This procedure is one of the safest & most effective methods of permanent birth control.

We Offer Consult & Procedure on same day.