Dr Callum Peet

Dr Callum Peet was raised in Pemberton and received his medical degree from UWA. In 2021, he was awarded as one of the GP Registrars of the year by WAGPET. Dr Callum currently sees patients at Margaret River Medical Centre.

Dr Verelle Roocke

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

Dr Verelle Roocke is an experienced GP in all aspects of general medicine, women’s health, family medicine & paediatrics, mental health, emergency medicine and preventative health with a holistic focus.

She is also a GP Obstetrician and manages all stages of pregnancy care and deliveries.

She completed her medical degree in Adelaide, and for more than 25 years has worked as a GP in WA in Perth and the Kimberley but Margaret River has been her home for more than 15 years.

When not at work she enjoys nature and the ocean and spending time with family.

Dr Gareth Mann

Dr. Gareth Mann is a highly experienced General Practitioner located in Margaret River, Western Australia. With over 20 years of medical practice, Dr. Mann has developed a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the field of primary healthcare.

Dr Sharyn Bennier

Dr Sharyn Bennier is an experienced General Practitioner based in Margaret River, Western Australia. She has been practicing medicine for over 20 years and has a particular interest in women’s health, family medicine and mental health. Dr Bennier is passionate about providing high-quality healthcare services to her patients, and is known for her warm and empathetic approach.

Tammy Noden

Tammy Noden is a Physiotherapist working here at Margaret River Medical.

I started wanting to understand how the body worked and performed when I was in high school. I started teaching aerobic classes at this stage.

This continued on with a Bachelor in Sport Science and then another in Physiotherapy.

With these skills I have worked in different clinic across Australia over the last 23 years.I have been the physio for football teams and physio for u19s women at the national. Last year I attended a sports course on the hip given by Andrew Wallis an AFL physiotherspist. With my own interest in yoga, trail running, ocean swimming and more blended in.

My client base and skill set is so much more than just sports and strength and condition.

I recently attended the international Parkinson conference and have worked with many neurological and NDIS clients which is just as rewarding.

I have worked with clients that have jaw (TMJ) issues and worked with speech pathologist and dentists.

Hypermobility, scoliosis, headaches, joint pain (hip, knee, shoulder, back, neck), acute (new issue) or chronic (old issue), with or with out surgery, sleep hygiene and many more.

No matter who you are or what the issue is I will do my best to help. By a diagnosis, education a treatment plan, hands on treatment and a home exercise program.

Nikki Marshall

Nicole (Nikki) Marshall is an Australian trained Registered Psychologist with over 25 years clinical experience across a variety of roles including school psychologist, clinical lead, programs manager, clinical supervisor, teacher and coach. She is also mum to twin sons. 

Nikki has a genuine, warm approach focused on creating an authentic connection through a non-judgemental and curious lens. Nikki works from an intergrative therapeutic framework that is collaborative, trauma informed and inclusive. Modalities utilised are strengths based work, Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Behavioural Activation, parts work, mindfulness, body work and breath work to support people in their individual therapy goals. 

Nikki is open to working with clients age 12 and over. A family inclusive approach is favoured for clients under the age of 16. 

Nikki is comfortable supporting clients with the following:

  • anxiety including OCD
  • depression and low mood
  • stress & burnout
  • substance issues
  • grief and loss
  • processing childhood trauma
  • fertility issues
  • peri and post natal support including PND
  • adjustment challenges
  • parenting support
  • relationship issues
  • bullying
  • school and work based issues
  • suicidal ideation and self harm