Dr Tim Clay

Medical Oncologist

Dr Tim Clay

MBBS (Hons) DMedSci FRACP

Contact
Phone
(08) 6465 9200 or (08) 6465 9921
Email
tim@drtimclay.com.au
Fax
(08) 6465 9250
Web
drtimclay.com.au
Tim received his undergraduate medical degree from UWA in 2004 with honours. In 2010, he moved to Victoria and undertook advanced training in medical oncology at Geelong Hospital (Barwon Health) and at St Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne. Tim returned home to Perth in 2014, working initially at Royal Perth Hospital and Rockingham General Hospital. Deciding to concentrate fully on private practice, Tim left these positions to join GenesisCare in Joondalup in 2017. He also consults at St John of God Hospital in Subiaco and elsewhere. Tim is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP), a member of the Medical Oncology Group of Australia (MOGA), and a member of the Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (COSA). Tim is actively involved in cooperative clinical trials groups to improve the treatment options of future cancer patients. In 2016, he completed a doctoral thesis. Tim is married with two young children and is quite the amateur comedian.

Dr Andrew Dean

Medical Oncologist

Dr Andrew Dean

MB CHB, MRCP (UK), FRACP

Andrew trained initially in the UK and after immigrating to Australia, continued his training in internal medicine and palliative care at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital (SCGH) in Perth and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney. On returning to Perth, Andrew established the palliative care service at SCGH and St John of God Hospital (SJOG) Subiaco, and was appointed professor of palliative medicine by the University of Western Australia. Driven by his passion to help patients with life-threatening illnesses, Andrew furthered his training in medical oncology and began working full-time as a medical oncologist in 2006. He is currently the head of the Department of Medical Oncology at SJOG Subiaco and a valued consultant with GenesisCare at Shenton House in Joondalup. Andrew is a member of numerous professional societies, treats all adult solid tumours, and has published articles on symptom control and the molecular profiling of solid tumours. Andrew regularly flies himself to Geraldton for his oncology clinic, practised jujitsu for 22 years, and loves to cook up a feast in the kitchen.

Whether it’s for diagnosis or treatment, patients attending the PCC are treated as individuals by a team of specialist doctors and allied health professionals with complimentary skill sets who really do care. It’s a true multidisciplinary approach.

It’s what makes the PCC different.