We offer a service from diagnosis, assessment and definitive management of multiple surgical diseases that include both traditional open surgery and the latest minimally invasive advanced laparoscopic (keyhole) and endoscopic techniques.
We pride ourselves in providing a comprehensive, holistic service from pre-operative, operative to post-operative follow-up stages. Each step along the way you will be given written and verbal information regarding your forthcoming procedure and will have an opportunity to ask any questions. Disease specific information sheets (when relevant) will be emailed or sent to you when you make your initial consultation appointment with Mr Ahmad.
A Registered Nurse, Lorinda, will ring you at home after you are discharged from hospital to make sure there has been a smooth transition from hospital treatment. They will take this opportunity to make your complementary post-operative appointment and also organise work certificates or carer’s certificates if needed.
Suite 12, Waikiki Specialist Centre
221 Willmott Drive
9am–4pm Monday to Friday
Waikiki Private Hospital
221 Willmott Drive
Clinical Associate Professor Hairul Ahmad
MB BS, FACEM (1999), FRACS, MS
I am graduate of Monash Medical School, Victoria, Australia.
I am an Australian registered specialist in:
- General Surgery – with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) 2005
- I have also completed a fellowship in Emergency Medicine – with the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (FACEM) 1999.
- I graduated with a Masters Degree (Surgery) from UWA in 2019.
I have also completed sub-specialty training in:
- Upper Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Surgery – with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons with further training in England.
- Endoscopy (diagnostic and therapeutic) – with the Gastroenterology Society of Australia (GESA).
I am also intensively involved with surgical education in the School of Surgery, The University of Western Australia (UWA) as a Clinical Senior Lecturer. I have designed, convened and instructed in a number of laparoscopic surgery courses for junior doctors and surgeons-in-training; as well as being involved in teaching final year medical students.
I have now completed my Masters in Surgery on the topic of Laparoscopic Surgical Courses at UWA.
Registered Nurse and Practice Manager
I am a registered nurse of over 30 years experience.
I achieved my registered General Nurse Certificate at Warrnambool Base Hospital, Victoria. I have also worked at King Edward Memorial Hospital for Women, Perth, and successfully completed a twelve-month program in midwifery and graduated as a Midwife.
I have a Post Graduate diploma in Advanced Clinical Nursing (Emergency) through Melbourne University and the Royal Melbourne Hospital followed in 1995. I have also worked at the Alfred hospital in Melbourne as Education and Data Project Officer, Trauma Services.
I have been managing Mr Ahmad’s practice since 2007.
Cathy has over 20 years experience in Medical Administration. Having started in a GP practice back in 1998 in the local area she has also gained experience working with other specialists such as Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Dentists and Ophthalmologists.
Prior to the Medical Administration positions Cathy worked in Aged Care as a carer from 1989 until 1997. She is Australian Medical Association certified in Medical reception and Office Administration.
She brings extensive experience in looking after all aspects of running a clinic and her passion is to make sure that the patient's journey from time of booking an appointment to booking surgery goes smoothly and patients are all well informed and educated on the procedure they are about to undertake.
In her spare time, she enjoys playing with her dog Sarge, going to the beach, watching movies and spending time with family and friends.
Teaching and Research
Clinical Associate Professor Ahmad has been extensively involved in teaching at local, state and national levels.
He is a Senior Clinical Lecturer with the School of Surgery at The University of Western Australia (UWA) and is involved in teaching Junior Doctors and Trainee Surgeons. He has designed, convened and instructed in a number of laparoscopic courses at the university.
Mr Ahmad has instructed in a number of courses at state, national and international levels. He is a Senior Instructor for the course Emergency Management of Severe Trauma (EMST) run by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, as well as being instructor in a number of other courses.
Recently Mr Ahmad was invited to instruct in a laparoscopic course in Jakarta, Indonesia.
As part of his teaching commitment, Mr Ahmad acts as a mentor for a number of medical students from UWA. His practice is also involved in providing ward and operative room experience to final year medical students from UWA.
Mr Ahmad has published a number of studies in various international medical journals.
This includes studies on minimal invasive techniques to treat pancreatic and stomach conditions.
He is currently in the process of completing his Master of Surgery program – a postgraduate higher qualification. He is looking at the effectiveness and role of laparoscopic courses in teaching laparoscopy to junior doctors. This combines his interest in surgical education and minimal invasive surgery.
Perth, Western Australia
Suite 12, Waikiki Specialist Centre,
221 Willmott Drive, Waikiki WA 6169
Please call (08) 9592 2298 for an appointment.
Fax: (08) 6314 1524
or email us
9am–4pm Monday to Friday