- Medical Review Officer – American College of Occupational & Environmental Medicine
- Approved Medical Specialist – WorkCover WA and NT WorkSafe
- National Rail Practitioner – Medical assessments and determination of fitness
- Oil & Gas UK practitioner – Medical assessments for offshore oil and gas workers
Richard currently holds poisons permits for Tronox, Adaman Resources, MMA, UGL and more with over 17 years’ experience and is also an expert in the field of occupational health medicine and Health Services (Poison) Permit Regulations.
He’s also spent many years working in remote communities and possesses a clear understanding of the need for transparent health care within the occupational setting. Richard is available at both our Perth and Ascot clinics.
An Engineer by background with over 25 years experience ranging from delivering outcomes in the resource and community sectors, Board roles and running her own health based business before joining Complete Corporate Health. Tracie provides high level strategic and operational oversight of CCH, which includes Business Development, Finance, Information Communication and Technology (ICT), Risk and Compliance, HR and Culture, Brand Management, Public Relations and Stakeholder Management. She has a deep understanding of injury management and its application in the resources and mining sector and like Richard spent many years working in remote communities and understands the unique requirements of those environments.
Together, Richard and Tracie are leading the growth and development of CCH into one of WA’s leading injury management and occupation health providers.
Dr Corne de Jager
A conscientious medical doctor with post graduate diplomas in Occupational Health, Anaesthetics and Pain Control. Corne has extensive clinical experience in the public and private health care environment in South Africa and Australia. His focus is Pre-employment medicals, Injury Management and Telehealth and he is a National Rail Practitioner. He is available full time at our Ascot clinic.
Dr Melissa Sullivan
Senior Occupational Doctor
Dr Melissa Sullivan grew up in Perth and spent her early working life in a range of corporate roles prior to completing a Bachelor of Science (Biochemistry, Anatomy & Human Biology) at UWA followed soon after by a Medical degree at University of Melbourne.
Dr Sullivan recently moved back to Perth from Melbourne where she was the Senior Police Medical Officer for Victoria Police managing the Medical Advisory Unit. Victoria Police has approximately 22,000 staff including public servants, police custody officers, police and protective service officers. The Medical Advisory Unit had a broad range of expertise including occupational medicine, psychiatry, psychology, exercise physiology, nursing, and drug & alcohol testing providing a range of services and specialist advice to the organisation.
While Dr Sullivan’s background is primarily general occupational medicine, her recent role with Victoria Police also incorporated a wide range of high-level medical administration duties including policy advice, involvement in legal proceedings, industrial issues, work cover premium matters and stakeholder engagement. With over ten years occupational medical experience including her own occupational health clinic at the Perth Airport, Dr Sullivan remains committed to assessing and managing the health, safety and risk of industry.