Dr Fergus McCabe

Portrait of Dr Fergus McCabe

consulting hours:

Monday        9.45am - 5.00pm
Tuesday        9.45am - 8.00pm
Wednesday  9.45am - 5.00pm
Thursday      9.45am - 8.00pm
Friday           8.00am - 1.00pm

Alternate Saturdays

BMBS (Hons), BSc (Hons), S100 MASHM, FRACGP, Clinical Director WAAIDS Council M Clinic

general practitioner

Originally from Ireland, Fergus was the first male to study Speech Pathology in WA. Fergus came to WA to work at RPH in 1990 before entering medical school in 1997 at Flinders University in Adelaide.  There he was awarded an honours degree for sustained academic excellence, as well as 'The Priestly Clinical Prize', the 'Paediatric Prize' and was short listed for 'Staff Prizes' in Medicine, Surgery and General Practice and achieved a ranking of 'First' for his appointment as an Intern in Flinders Medical Centre in Adelaide. 

Following his internship, he moved back to WA where he worked at Fremantle Hospital and entered the Physicians training program, discovering a specific interest in infectious diseases, before moving back to Dublin Ireland for nine years to work in the HIV / Addiction Service. 

He returned to Australia to commence his General Practice Training with WAGPET in 2013, completing his FRACGP in 2014 when he shared the WAGPET Registrar of the Year Award.

Fergus has two rugby loving sons and two ‘chewing’ loving Irish Red and White Setters.  He enjoys current affairs, history, rugby and spending time on his boat with his family.

special interests

  • HIV Medicine S100 Prescriber
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Sexual Health
  • Paediatrics
  • Adolescent Health
  • Mental Health
  • Men’s Health
  • Addiction Medicine