Highland Medical Centre is a mixed billing practice

Our Doctors

Dr Robert Allen

Dr Robert Allen


Rob and his family moved to Perth in 2018.
He completed his medical training in the UK and has work as both a GP and GP Partner before moving to Australia.

Rob’s primary area of interest is Musculoskeletal Medicine, which includes sports injuries and sports nutrition.

His other areas of interest include:

Occupational Medicine and Worker’s Compensation
General nutrition and Weight loss management
Diabetes management
Men’s Health
Geriatric Medicine (Rob also attends several nursing homes)

Outside of working at Highland Medical Centre, Rob enjoys spending time with his son and daughter, going to the gym and running their dog Hugo.

Dr Renita Blakey

Dr Renita Blakey


Dr Renita Blakey is a UK trained GP who moved to Perth in August 2018 with her family.

She was born in Malaysia and did her medical degree in Sheffield, UK. She graduated with her MBChB in 1999. Renita worked in different medical specialities in Chesterfield and Birmingham hospitals before embarking on her GP training in Nottingham UK, and qualified as a GP in 2004.

She has worked in Nottingham and more recently was a partner in a busy practice in the Wirral, Cheshire. Her focus in general practice for the last 5 years has been in dementia care and management. She worked closely with residential and nursing homes, specialising in advanced dementia care. She has an interest in health care of the elderly and chronic disease management. Medical student training is another interest of hers.

When not at work at Highland Medical Centre, she is a busy mum who enjoys travelling, baking and watching movies.

Now that she lives in Perth, she has aspirations of learning to surf but holds no convictions that this will ever happen!

Dr Julian Hick

Dr Julian Hick


Dr Hick qualified in 2007 in Nottingham, UK, and then went on to complete his GP training in Chesterfield, UK.

He has written a textbook for GP trainees, which may be a cure for insomnia, and has published journal articles on primary care.

He sees the full range of primary care patients at Highland Medical Centre but is particularly interested in men’s health, sports medicine and preventative medicine.

Dr Ahmed Kazmi

MBChB (Hons Str), MRCGP, MRCP (Derm), DRCOG, DFSRH, DCH, DGM, DipClinDerm (Dist), FRAGP

Dr Ahmed Kazmi is an enthusiastic and empathetic UK trained GP and Dermatologist. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and is currently working towards having his UK dermatology training recognised in Australia also. He recently completed a fellowship in the management of hair disorders with Professor Rodney Sinclair in Melbourne.

He is currently working part time at Highland and looking forward to meeting all of your skin, hair and cosmetic needs. He has a particular interest and expertise in hair disorders and alopecias including male and female pattern loss, alopecia areata and scarring alopecias. He can perform skin checks, skin cancer surgery and assess rashes. He is holistic in his approach to management of skin disease and happy to discuss diet and lifestyle. He is also very inclusive and loves treating all patients including skin of colour, ethnic hair and LGBTQI patients. He also loves treating childhood eczema!

Please contact the clinic for his availability and fees.

Dr Jennifer Low

FRACGP, MRCGP, DLM, DOccMed, DFFP, MBChB(hons), BSc (hons)

Dr Jennifer Low (Jen) is a Scottish GP who moved to Perth in March 2019 with her family, a second international posting for them having previously lived in Houston, Texas.

Born and raised in Aberdeen in the North East of Scotland. She was a mature medical student having graduated with BSc honours degree in Genetics from the University of Aberdeen in 1994, Jen then went onto complete her medical training at the University of Dundee in 1999. During her undergraduate training she spent three months here in Perth observing the Ophthalmology team at Royal Perth and Sir Charles Gardiner hospitals and retains a keen interest in eye health.

As part of her General Practice vocational training Jen worked in various specialties in Aberdeen and surrounding areas before qualifying as a GP in 2003.

The large North East patient population working in the oil and gas sector was an influence for her further training in Occupational Medicine and she has working experience in both onshore and offshore environments. Jen then undertook partnership in a large city centre practice and was senior partner there for several years.

In order to balance family life with work commitments Jen became a sessional General Practitioner in 2009 and continued her interest in Occupational Medicine working for local General Practices, international and local Occ Health providers. She was an Appointed Doctor for the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) during this time.

Owing to lack of female General Practitioners working to support the local police force Jen was asked to join the local team. This continued until her move to Perth this year at which stage, in addition to her General Practice commitments, she was the Depute Lead for Custody Healthcare and Forensics for NHS Grampian and the Clinical Lead for the Police Care Network for NHS Scotland.

Through her additional specialist training she has interests in Family medicine, Occupational Medicine, Child Protection, Mental Health, Sexual health, Domestic Violence and Abuse. Jen is keen to support and develop the diversity of General Practice with undergraduate and postgraduate education.

When not at work with Highland Medical Centre, Jen is a devoted mum to her two children, her two Mini Schnauzers (Roobarb and Custard) and personal assistant to her husband! She enjoys cooking, eating and roller coasters!

Dr Jo Stewart


Dr Jo Stewart graduated from Nottingham medical school (UK) in 2007 and completed her GP training in the U.K. in 2015.

She worked as a GP in Chesterfield UK for 3 years and qualified as a GP trainer in 2018. She moved to Perth with her family in October 2018 to work with Highland Medical Centre.

Her special interests include diabetes, mental health, learning disabilities and elderly medicine.

Dr Ashleigh Norris


Dr Ashleigh Norris is a GP Registrar at Highland Medical Center.

Originally from Northern New South Wales and then Brisbane, Ash moved to Western Australia in 2012 to study medicine at the University of Notre Dame in Fremantle where she graduated in 2015. Prior to medicine, she obtained a Bachelor of Commerce(Finance)/Arts (Economics and International Relations) from the University of Queensland.

Ashleigh is interested in all aspects of primary care and enjoys the variety of presentations.

Dr Guy Armstrong


Dr  Guy Armstrong graduated locally in 2017 from UWA, with time at Royal Perth Hospital and Joondalup Health Campus since. A current GP registrar, he will remain full-time at Highland for the entirety of 2022.

Seeing the full range of primary care patients, Guy’s special areas of interest include Paediatrics, Mental Health and Preventative Health.

Dr Lucinda Townsley


Dr Lucinda Townsley has been a doctor for over 20 years and has specialised in General Practice for over 15 years.

Dr Townsley is passionate about the holistic nature of being a General Practitioner. She has a special interest in chronic disease management and values continuity of care with her patients.

When not working at Highland Medical Centre she is a Senior Lecturer at University of Western Australia in medicine and is dedicated in helping the next generation of doctors going forward.

Dayne Albronda - Chiropractor

Dayne Albronda


Dayne Albronda (B.Sc (Chiro), B.Chiro, Grad Dip Sports Chiro) provides a multi-model approach to treat and prevent musculoskeletal injuries and optimise health. He works closely with GP’s to provide a multi-discipline approach to symptoms. The techniques he practices include Chiropractic Manipulation Therapy, Dry Needling, Soft Tissue/Muscle Treatments and Specific Clinical Exercises.

Dayne has over 9 years’ experience working in private practice as well as previously working with sports teams and lecturing at Murdoch University.

In his spare time he likes to keep active himself, regularly attending the gym, playing golf and surfing.

His services at Highland Medical Centre are available Monday to Friday.