Meet Our Team

Dr Simon Lockwood – MBBS FRACGP

I have taken the road less travelled in my medical career! Graduating from the University of Adelaide in 1993, I completed 2 years of practice in Adelaide before moving to Europe to continue my career.

I have worked for 4 years in the Russian Federation where I was employed by International SOS in their international clinic in Moscow. I then left Moscow to continue my career in London where I worked in Emergency Medicine for a year. The tug of home and a young family led to me returning to Australia where I worked in Emergency Medicine at Noarlunga Hospital before eventually moving to the Far North of South Australia in 2000 where I worked as a country GP in Woomera and Roxby Downs. I now split my time between Adelaide and Roxby Downs where I own and run a successful general practice.

I’m also actively involved in medical education as an educator for the University of Adelaide medical school and as an examiner for the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Family and Personal interests

I have four beautiful children and enjoy bush walking and travel and I have hiked many of the world’s great walks over the years.  I’m passionate about medical practice and my community and I volunteer at many community clubs.

Dr Kazi Omar

My working life has been an enriching and inspiring journey through several countries and meeting a lot of remarkable people across international and ethnic boundaries.

Having completed my training in Zimbabwe I gained extensive experience in managing acute Orthopaedics and Trauma patients at the prestigious King Fahad Hospital in Saudi Arabia, a Level 4 Trauma Centre. I became the Chief Resident of the Department and worked there for six years.

Back in Zimbabwe I completed my Membership of the College of Primary Care Physicians and commenced work as the Deputy Head of the Accident and Emergency Department at the University Hospital in Harare finally becoming the Head of Department.

I continued at this position for six years when I was offered a position as Senior Registrar/Acting Consultant at the Department of Accident and Emergency Medicine at the University Hospital in Muscat, Oman, another centre of excellence in the region. Apart from Clinical work I was involved in teaching both at undergraduate and post-graduate levels. During this time I completed a Master’s Degree in Disaster Medicine and was awarded the degree of European Master in Disaster Medicine by the University of Brussels. I have attended a number of International Emergency Medicine and Family Medicine Conferences as participant, invited speaker, moderator and chair and organized the First International Emergency and Disaster Medicine conference in Oman.

From Oman we migrated to Canada but the warm, welcoming weather in Australia beckoned us and we decided to move to country Australia. This gave me the opportunity to pursue general practice and Emergency medicine at the local hospital and also complete my Fellowship of the RACGP. I found my stay there very rewarding and ended up living there for ten years, finally making the move to Priority Care Medical.

My areas of clinical interests are adult and pediatric medicine, musculoskeletal conditions, pain management, mental health and performing surgery under local anaesthetics. I enjoy travelling, reading, listening to music and really love cricket!

Dr Catherine Muturi

Dr. Catherine Muturi is a New Zealand trained medical practitioner with 10 years experience practicing in Australia. A Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She obtained her medical degree at the University of Otago and has a strong record of dedicated service tailored to the needs of her patients.

Dr. Muturi has particular interests in Women’s health, mental health and, acute care and, is passionate about ensuring the health and overall wellbeing of her community.

Dr Chelsea Guymer

Sarah Clutterham – Registered Nurse