Archive for the ‘Staff’ Category

Listen Now – Professor Stuckey on Curtin FM

By Stuckey • October 4th, 2020

Professor Stuckey conducted her regular talkback session on Curtin FM 100.1 with Jenny Seaton on Monday 5th October. Listen to the hot topics this month: breast cancer, menopause hormone therapy, and life stressors.

A message from the Medical Director

By Stuckey • March 27th, 2020

At The Keogh Institute our prime concern is your health in this climate of the Covid 19 pandemic. Therefore, our specialist endocrinologists will cease face-to-face consultations for the time being and will consult with you by phone, FaceTime or Skype. We will try to phone you at the allotted time for your consult. If we are running behind please be patient. We will ring you. They will have access to your results as normal and any request forms or prescriptions will be posted out to you. Our Clinic Nurse in Charge, Peta Redfern, will field your clinical enquiries as usual […]

Dr Palmer retirement

By Stuckey • December 7th, 2016

It is with great sadness that we announce Dr Neil Palmer has left us at the Keogh Institute for a very well earned retirement. Dr Palmer has been working with us at the Keogh Institute for twenty two years, becoming an essential part of the men’s health clinics. His commitment to men’s sexual health was shown through his involvement in clinical trials for these conditions, including the trials for the development of Cialis; his publications and his work on treatment advisory boards. Although we will miss Dr Palmer, we hope that he will enjoy a happy and relaxing retirement with […]

Men’s Health Doctor’s New Book

By Stuckey • April 5th, 2016
Men’s Health Doctor’s New Book

Many of our Keogh staff have interests outside of medicine but only one of us is a published author! Dr Peter Burke who consults in the Men’s Health Clinic writes historical fiction. His novel ‘The Drowning Dream’ was shortlisted for the Vogel Australian and the WA Premier’s Literary Award. Now he has published a novel called ‘Wettening Auralia’ which is centred on the famous Mundaring to the Goldfields pipeline engineered by C. Y. O’Connor. If you want to read a new and lively account of the players in this drama, this is it.

New Keogh baby

By Stuckey • April 30th, 2015
New Keogh baby

We are always welcoming new babies at the Keogh. Aside from the babies produced as a result of our fertility and cryobiology centre, our staff has been particularly prolific in recent years. Our research officer Jocelyn welcomed a new baby girl, Isabel,  in March.   Jocelyn will be back in limited capacity from August.

Dr Rhonda Maguire returns

By Stuckey • March 10th, 2015

We are excited to welcome Dr Rhonda Maguire back to the Keogh Institute after an extended leave. Dr Maguire has dual qualifications in biochemistry and endocrinology and also works as a chemical pathologist. She has a special interest in patients with osteoporosis, thyroid disorders and pituitary disorders. Dr Maguire is consulting at the Keogh on Wednesday afternoons. Appointments can be made by emailing, calling 9346 2008 or via our contact form.