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Suites 3 & 4 / 23-25 Bournemouth Crescent
Wembley Downs, WA 6019
(08) 6140 1720
(08) 9205 1400
Opening HoursMonday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
We have relocated from City Beach to Wembley Downs. As of October 2, 2012, our new address is Suites 3 & 4, 23-25 Bournemouth Crescent, Wembley Downs. For all appointments scheduled for October 2 and beyond, please ensure that you arrive at our new clinic.
Ocean Village Medical Centre is a private general practice. We aim to provide an ongoing professional relationship with the highest standard of medical care in all aspects of family medicine. We also practice non-surgical cosmetic medicine and manage all aspects of skin conditions including skin cancer, sun-damaged skin, melasma, acne scarring and anti-ageing treatment.
We are committed to academic excellence, leadership development and continued improvement in our delivery of medical, cosmetic and administrative services. We make every effort to provide this service in a friendly, caring, efficient and confidential manner.
We strive to attend to all emergency cases and all paediatric illnesses as soon as possible on the day. At all times, we will treat patient courteously and with respect to their individual needs.
Dr Jessica Wang - Graduated from the University of New South Wales 1995 and is a Fellow of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners since early 2001. She is also a member of Australasian Society of Cosmetic Medicine and is on the examination panel for Royal Australian College of General Practioners in 2011. Dr Wang has hospital experience of Adult and Paediatric Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Ophthalmology, ENT and Dermatology. Her special interests are Asthma, Paediatrics, Adolescent and Women’s Health, Sub-fertility and treats all aspects of general medicine. She is also interested in non surgical cosmetic medicine and manages all aspects of skin conditions. She also has special interest in fractional laser. She also works at Reinassance cosmetic clinic and GP Afterhours Clinic at SJOG hospital, Subiaco. She speaks Mandarin and Hokkien.
Dr Gina Messiha - Graduated in 1991 from Cairo. She became a fellow of the Australian College of General Practitioners in 2005 and she is a member of the Australasian Society of Cosmetic Medicine. She is an examiner and a medical educator in the RACGP and has an interest in UWA undergraduate education. She was originally trained in Cairo, in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She has local hospital experience in General Medicine, Orthopaedics, Intensive Care, Geriatrics, General Surgery, Paediatrics and one year in Obstetrics/Gynaecology at King Edward Memorial Hospital. She has completed a special course in Family Planning which included Menopause, Women’s Health and Birth Control. Due to personal beliefs, Dr Messiha does not refer patients for pregnancy terminations. She also has a special interest in Cosmetic Medicine and has extensive experience as cosmetic physician. She previously worked at Laser Skincare and Skin Resus Cosmetic Clinic. She also works at Skindeep Medi-Spa and has special interests in fractional laser. Gina speaks Arabic.
Dr Louise Owen - graduated from the University of Western Australia in 2003. Her hospital experience includes Emergency and General Medicine, Geriatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Infectious Diseases (including Sexual Health), Paediatrics, Psychiatry, General Surgery and Coronary Care. She subsequently studied for a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and since 2007 has worked in General Practice in the South West and then in Ocean Reef. She became a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and won the prize for the top candidate in WA in early 2010.She is interested in all aspects of general practice including womens's health, fertility, family planning, men's health, psychology, paediatrics, geriatrics, nutritional medicine, skin checks and excision of lesions, joint injections, surgical treatment of ingrown toenails, insertion and removal of IUCDs. She works both at Prendiville Ave Medical Centre in Ocean Reef and OVMC. In her spare time she enjoys exercising and spending time with her young family.
Dr Bullen graduated in medicine in 1971 from the University of WA. In 1972 and 1973 she worked as a Resident Medical Officer at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, and in 1974 became a Registrar in Respiratory Medicine at that same hospital. In 1975 she commenced her own General Practice in Wembley Downs. In 1976 she felt it important to incorporate obstetrics into her General practice, and so decided to train for the Diploma in Obstetrics through the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. To do this meant taking up a full time position at King Edward Memorial Hospital for twelve months. Because she did not want to abandon her own practice, she would do sessions every evening – often until midnight, using a locum to work for her in the mornings. Subsequently, she spent many enjoyable years incorporating obstetrics into her General Practice. In 1989 Dr Bullen felt that there was a huge need in the community for more support for cancer patients and their families, and subsequently founded Balya Cancer Self Help and Wellness, which would give support, education encouragement and hope to these people in a ‘time out’ Retreat situation. Over the years she became more and more interested in nutrition and the environment in relation to disease, and the prevention of disease, and then in 97' became a Fellow of the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. For many years she was a Board Member of the Melbourne based College and also its West Australian representative. Dr Bullen has received numerous awards for her services to the community. In November 98' Dr. Bullen was honoured by the Scarborough Beach Rotary Club to receive the “Rotary International Paul Harris Fellowship for Contribution to the Community”; in the 2005 Australian Of The Year Awards she was awarded "The West Australian Hero Metropolitan"; and in June 2005 she was presented with the 2005 "Citizen Of The Year" award for community service.