Dr Mark Sanford-Wood

Dr Mark Wood graduated from Cambridge University in 1989 and has worked as a full time GP in the UK for over 30 years, developing enormous experience in the full range of GP specialist skills including chronic disease management, child health, frailty, multi-system disease, men’s health, and minor surgery.

After six years of leading England’s GPs at a national level, he has relocated to WA with his Australian wife, Shelagh, to be closer to her family and to enjoy everything that WA has to offer.

He is a keen, though ageing, sportsman who also enjoys writing, flying (he holds a private pilot’s licence), history, physics, philosophy and travel. He is excited about bringing a lifetime of medical experience to a new setting and is relishing the opportunity to add to the Brecken team.

Dr Oneet Sandher

On Maternity Leave

Dr Sandher was born and trained in the United Kingdom. She graduated from King’s College London in 2011 and completed her GP training in London in 2016.

Dr Sandher has been working as a fully qualified GP in England for the past 6 years and recently emigrated to WA with her husband. She is happy to manage all aspects of general practice and is dedicated to delivering high quality care with compassion and empathy. Dr Sandher is looking forward to exploring all that Busselton and W.A. has to offer.

Gap Fees:

16 Years and under:Bulk billed
Concession card:Bulk billed
Pensioners and welfare card holders:Bulk billed
All other patients:$46.25 gap fee for short consult
$81 gap fee for long consult

Dr Shelagh McCormick

Dr Shelagh McCormick is an experienced GP having practiced for over 30 years. Shelagh is originally from WA, having grown up in Perth and she graduated from the University of Western Australia in 1986. She is dual qualified in General Practice, having completed GP training in WA and in the UK. She enjoys being a generalist but has a special interest in menopause. She is also interested in women’s health and preventive medicine; frailty; children and young people.

Outside of work, Shelagh is delighted to be back in her home state after working in the NHS for over 20 years. She enjoys walking, improving her culinary skills, yoga, cycling and gardening. She is also keen to improve her French language skills, and further her interest in European medieval history.

Shelagh is currently not taking on any new patients other than for consultations about menopause, her area of special interest.  To make an appointment, please telephone Brecken Health on (08) 9751 5222

Dr Archana Deshmukh

I have my medical degree AMC, Diploma in Obstetric and Gynaecology in India. Associate fellowship in medical Administration Graduate Certificate in Rural and Remote Medice (UWA), Youth Friendly Doctor.

Dr. Archana is also a qualified Focused Psychotherapy Provider who does Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Patients suffering from trauma, anxiety, depression, panic, OCD and behavioral disorders can benefit from this treatment. This therapy is available at our Busselton Boulevard Site and Dr. Archana is happy to bulk bill all patients, even those without concession.

Dr Archana has a special interest in general and women’s health. She can fluently speak, read and write in three languages – Hindi, Marathi and English.

Dr Gregory Parkin Smith

Appointment types and there respective fees are detailed on the bottom of this page

Dr Parkin-Smith initially qualified as a chiropractor in South Africa, after which he worked as both a university academic and chiropractor across South Africa, UK and Australia for 13 years. He completed a MSc (Clin Neuro) and a Doctorate (DrHC) while working in the UK, at University College and King’s College, London, respectively. He read medicine as a mature student at Bart’s & the Royal London School of Medicine, University of London, and qualified in 2007. He completed his medical Internship in the UK before immigrating to Australia, where he subsequently undertook his postgraduate medical training.

He is now living with his family in Busselton, where he and his family intend to remain, while practicing full-time as a GP. He continues to participate in academic practice and published 2-3 research papers yearly in reputable peer-reviewed journals. Apart from practicing as a GP, his special interest areas are chronic spinal pain, musculoskeletal medicine, mental health and occupational medicine. He was past co-chair of the WA Department of Health Working Group on Chronic Pain and a participant in the development of musculoskeletal and chronic pain models of care for the WA Department of Health Healthcare Network.

Gap Fees:

16 Years and under:Bulk billed
Concession card: Bulk billed
Pensioners and welfare card holders:Bulk billed
All other patients:$46.25 gap fee for short consult
$81 gap fee for long consult

In addition to the above, Dr Greg will no longer bulk bill any patients on the weekend or during after-hour sessions.
Appointment for results, recalls and script only will usually be bulk billed, but if these turn into a consultation, then the patient will be charged.
Missed appointment and DNA will be charged a fee of $20.
Any advanced care in mental health, pain management and cannabis prescribing will incur a gap fee too.

Please call the practice to book an appointment with Dr Greg Parkin-Smith