Monday 8am to 8pm
Tuesday 8am to 8pm
Wednesday 8am to 6pm
Thursday 8am to 8pm
Friday 8am to 6pm
Saturday 8.30am to 12 noon
Closed sunday and public holidays
“Addiscombe House” is a landmark federation style building located at 691 Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley. Built in 1906 as a private residence, the building was purchased by Doctor Goran Pervan in 2005 then gutted and renovated to restore its heritage features and house a contemporary, fully equippped medical practice, gp on beaufort. In 2008, Dr Pervan was awarded the City of Stirling Heritage Award for the sensitive adaptation of a heritage building.
We are an inclusive general practice committed to providing quality healthcare.
We celebrate and embrace diversity and offer a wide range of services to look after your physical, social and emotional wellbeing.
We are committed to the delivery of quality healthcare and at all times respecting your confidentiality and individuality as a person.
Our individual approach to general practice is our point of difference. We invite you to visit our practice and experience healthcare the gp on beaufort way.
The mural painted on the hallway is by local Western Australian street artist Jerome Davenport aka Ketones6000.
The mural is comprised of three elements, the historical portrait, the Rose Mallee representing new life and the flower of life pattern tying it all together.
Celebrating 15 years!
We are celebrating 15 years of caring. Thank you Frankie & Eve for our beautiful Balloon Garlands and F22 Photography for capturing this amazing image!
Back Wall Mural
This Mural was painted by sign painter Mick Haines. The blue tree is a symbol of The Blue Tree Project which helps to raise awareness and encourage people to speak up about mental wellbeing.
Whilst the words RUOK? refer to the importance of asking the question and checking-in with our community. Both initiatives are significant to us at gp on beaufort and we hope this Mural starts the conversation in you.