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About Next Practice Victoria Park


Next Practice Victoria Park offers comprehensive and personalised approach to your healthcare. Their GPs and specialists go the extra mile to create a centre of medical excellence.


In the Next Practice modern medical clinic they bring together two of the country’s leading General Practitioners; Dr Sean Stevens and Dr Mary Wyatt – both with a long-standing reputation for passionately supporting and empowering their patients in their health journey, whatever their medical needs.


Featuring Next Practice’s signature technology, their GP practice strives to be a comforting retreat from the stresses of everyday life, with a menu of services and amenities available to you to manage your well-being today and in the future.


Focusing on positive and long-term relationships, the Next Practice mission is to bring high quality, responsive care to the community and contribute to your health and well-being for years to come.


Dr Mary Wyatt completed her medical degree (MBBS) at the University of Wollongong, NSW in 2010. Following this she moved to Perth where she completed her GP specialist training in 2016. Mary enjoys the many aspects of General Practice including managing chronic disease and mental health. She has a special interest in child health and women’s health (across all stages). Mary has completed the Diploma in Child Health 2014 and Vocational Graduate Diploma in Women’s Health (KEMH 2012). She is trained in Mirena and Implanon insertions and managing shared antenatal care. Mary is also involved in advocating for the health of her community with her involvement on the WA RACGP Faculty Council.


She also will become an examiner for the RACGP in 2020, and is looking forward to teaching registrars formally at Next Practice Victoria Park.


Prior to training as a doctor Mary was a high school Mathematics Teacher.


In her spare time she likes to spend time in her garden and with her husband and 4 children.


Next Practice is born out of the simple belief that primary care should be drastically improved.

With people visiting medical practices more than ever, along with an increase in chronic disease and an ageing population – the healthcare system is at boiling point.


In an effort to improve efficiency and productivity, Next Practice believe that the current healthcare system has distorted the practice of medicine. Faced with a highly regulated workplace, doctors are increasingly finding their decisions scrutinised, questioned and limited by outside forces.


But no doctor should feel like a cog in the machine, and no patient should feel like they are getting a cookie-cutter approach to care.

Next Practice wants to put an end to this type of ‘assembly-line’ healthcare.



At the same time, Next Practice runs their Care for Care initiative.

For every consultation at a Next Practice clinic, they donate towards a vaccination for someone in need, living in a developing country through their partner UNICEF Australia.

How does Next Practice Victoria Park align with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs)?


Next Practice Victoria Park aligns with the following UNSDGs




How can people contact Next Practice Victoria Park?


Visit the Next Practice Victoria Park website to get in touch with Mary and her team. Click the image to go to the contact page or use any of the contact details below.




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