Dr Kim Pedlow

Tel (08) 9921 6099

Fax (08) 9964 3410

Practice Manager  Josie Lawrence

Receptionist  Teri Smith

Email josie@gvdmc.com


CV Current 2018

1955 – 1959  Paringa Park & Westbourne Park Primary Schools, Scotch College, Adelaide

1960 – 1968 Scotch College Perth

1968  Matriculated in 20th place WA, won General Exhibition

1975  MBBS (UWA)

1975  JRMO SCGH Perth including Respiratory, surgery, orthopaedics, psychiatry, ED.

1976-77  SRMO including ED, paediatrics, anaesthetics, obstetrics, extramural terms at Wyndham and Rockingham Fremantle Hospital

1978  January to April  RACGP Registrar Family Medicine Program Busselton, WA

1978  July to December  Senior House Officer Obstetrics, heavy and high risk case load.  Caesars, operative vaginal deliveries, eclamptics, septic shock, D&C. Obstetric flying squad to midwife obstetric units.  Groote Schuur Hospital Cape Town

1978   January – September – Senior House Officer ED Victoria Hospital Capetown, including heavy trauma caseload, significant anaesthetic and minor surgical load.

1979  October to current.  GP with special interests in paediatrics, early pregnancy, ultrasound and shared obstetric care, skin cancer and minor surgery.

Our practice, Victoria District Medical Centre is a modern facility with 2 full time doctors, increasing junior doctor support, treatment room and practice nurses.   Procedural work done includes skin cancer checks and surgery, D&C, clinician bedside ultrasound, Insertion Implanon, MIRENA, tongue tie release.  I have an interest in ADHD and am involved in a very strong multidisciplinary local network which cares for at least 200 families.  


PUBLICATIONS Incorporating the management of ADHD into your Practice, Can it be done?  December 2000 Edition Australian Family Physician

NON CLINICAL PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS Chair and cofounder of the Abrolhos Group, our not for profit.  One of the founding members of the rural doctors movement in WA, I hope to live long enough to see the goals of RDA and ACRRM achieved in my home state. 1994-95 Midwest GP Division founding chair 1996 Fundraising chair Geraldton Grammar School, inaugural board member 2000-01 RDAWA president 2002-03 RDAA vice president 1999 – current. Rural Clinical School Clinical Lecturer.  2006 commenced with SJOG Health Social Outreach to assist the Roebourne AMS. 2006-2012 Chair MAC SJOGH.  Involved in WACRRM, ACRRM, and local hospital committees for many years. Proud convenor of the annual Abrolhos Islands conference for 5 years, went into recess and morphed into the first of Annual Scientific Meetings of the RCSWA. I convened the first meeting in Geraldton, subsequent meetings were held in Kalgoorlie, Bunbury and Broome.  It has changed its name to Rural Health Conference and is now co-hosted by the Rural Clinical School WA and Rural Health West. I take two half days off from the practice per week. Over time this will gradually increase. I plan to stay in Geraldton and continue practising for the time being. I would like to see the national promulgation of formalised shared care programmes under ACRRM guidelines,  successful introduction of the rural generalist pathway in WA  along similar lines to Queensland.  This would mean Western Australian Country Health Services becoming a primary allocation centre.

PERSONAL Married to my lovely Annie, we have 3 children. James 1981- Owner Perth venues El Grotto and Si Paradiso.  Sally 1983-  Completed her studies at the UWA Business School 2006 and now works as HR manager and IR consultant at Securecorp Melbourne. Tom 1992 -  Completed TEE 2009 at Geraldton Grammar, is Mining Surveyor working for Survey Group. Works all around the state, lives in Perth. We are the proud owners of  "Reilly" a mongrel kelpie who we rescued from the pound.


HOBBIES Golf, cycling, pilates, kayaking, fishing, boating, IT, Abrolhos Islands, walking and swimming the dogs.

PHILANTHROPY     Abrolhos group, sponsor Towns AFLW, Spalding Park, Chapman Valley and Dongara Golf clubs. Chair fund raising Geraldton Grammar School.


GENEALOGY I was interested to see that investigation of my maternal family tree found a female convict on the first fleet. She got 7 years for stealing. My father’s side were Protestant Irish from County Armagh descended from refugee Huguenots from the north of France and Normandy. There remain a number of Pedlow families in the town of Lurgan, Armagh, just south of Belfast.