Our dedicated team strives to deliver the best possible care in a professional, timely and friendly manner. Each member is fully qualified in all areas of Otolaryngology and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the West Coast ENT team. No matter what your concern, we have a specialist waiting to help.

Our Medical Team

Dr Latif Kadhim


Latif comes with a wealth of experience from across the globe. After completing his medical training in Baghdad, he undertook residency and general surgical basic training in Ireland. He completed a year of advanced training at fellowship level in Paediatric Otolaryngology at Princess Margaret Hospital. In 2006, he took up a position as a clinical fellow in Neurotology at the University of Toronto, Canada. He returned to Australia as a consultant Otolaryngologist at the South West Health Campus, Western Australia in February 2008. Latif is accredited by examination with the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in Otolaryngology.

Latif is experienced in General Otolaryngology in all age groups, with a special interest in complex ear surgery, such as chronic ear disease and cholesteatoma surgery, laser stapedotomy for otosclerosis, and implantable hearing devices. He also has ample experience in Endoscopic Assisted Ear Surgery and became a member of International Working Group on Endoscopic Ear Surgery – IWGEES.

Dr Travis Leahy

MBBS, FRACS, MSc (Oxford), B.Com

Travis Leahy is an Australian trained Otolaryngology, Head and Neck surgeon.  He completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree at Melbourne University in 2004. After a brief stint in the banking world he then went on to study Medicine at Notre Dame University Western Australia, graduating in 2009.  

During his Surgical training in both Victoria and Western Australia he was successful in being accepted to The University of Oxford in England where he studied for two years as part of their Masters of Surgery program.  He gained Fellowship to the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons by completing his advanced training in Otolaryngology, head and neck surgery in 2019 and has completed further advanced training in Laryngology – Voice, airway and Swallowing disorders in Melbourne.

Having grown up in rural New South Wales, Travis is passionate about the delivery of medical services to regional areas. He is a regular visiting surgeon to his home town of Albury as well as working in rural Western Australia.

Travis has an interest in general adult and paediatric ENT conditions, disorders of voice and swallow, minimally invasive nose and sinus surgery, snoring and sleep surgery as well as Head & Neck oncology.  He has a public appointment at Fiona Stanley Hospital.

When not working hard for his patients, Travis is a dedicated father to four young daughters and along with his wife Lydia, understands first hand the many challenges of parenthood.

Dr Paige Moore


Paige is a Canadian-trained ENT surgeon. After obtaining a Bachelor's degree in Science from University of New Brunswick, she studied medicine at Memorial University of Newfoundland. This was followed by 5 years of specialisation in ENT surgery in Winnipeg, and she obtained Fellowship of the Canadian College of Surgeons (FRCSC) in 2018.

She then undertook a fellowship in Adelaide in 2018 focussing on endoscopic sinus and skull base surgery. She settled in Perth in 2019, working full-time at Royal Perth Hospital. After completing equivalency assessments and Australian exams, she obtained the Australian qualifications FRACS in 2020. She has a particular interest in medical and surgical treatment of chronic sinus disease, and treats all sinus conditions as well as general adult and paediatric ENT issues.

Dr Mark Quick


Mark is an Australian trained Otology, Head and Neck surgeon. He studied medicine at Griffith University on the Gold Coast, Queensland where he grew up.
After completing a Masters degree in Engineering (Medical) through QUT, Brisbane, Mark moved to Western Australia to pursue his passion for ENT. He gained Fellowship to the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons by completing his advanced training in Otolaryngology, Head and Neck surgery in 2022.

Mark has a focus on adult and paediatric ear, nose and throat disorders. He is to take further fellowship training in advanced ear and skull base surgery at Christchurch General Hospital, Canterbury, NZ in 2023-2024.

He currently holds a public consultant position at Royal Perth Hospital, WA.

Mark has published numerous research articles and has presented at multiple conferences in Australia, Japan and USA. He is actively involved in teaching junior doctors and training registrars and is affiliated with The University of Western Australia mentoring medical students.

Away from his working life, Mark enjoys spending time with his wife and two young children. He enjoys being outdoors along WA’s beautiful coastline and bushlands.

Dr Claire Hinton

Specialist Anaesthetist

Dr Claire Hinton is part of Southern Anaesthetics Practice, which is based at St John Of God Hospital, Subiaco, Perth. The group consists of 26 Specialist Anaesthetists, who are all Fellows of The Australian and New Zealand College Of Anaesthetists or equivalent, with a number holding positions at the major teaching hospitals in Perth. More info can be found here.

Dr Sophie Anderson

Specialist Anaesthetist

Dr Anderson is a medical graduate and University Blue (softball) recipient of the University of New South Wales, and achieved fellowship to the Australia New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2013.  Before finalising her anaesthetic training with a Regional Fellowship at Musgrove Park Hospital (Somerset, UK), she undertook anaesthesia training across the Hunter New England and Tasmanian Health Services, and was awarded the ASA Registrar prize for her final project, An Audit of Pain Management and Patient Satisfaction in Day Surgery Patients.

Since achieving fellowship, Dr Anderson has completed post graduate studies in Perioperative Medicine at Monash University, and completed a fellowship in Anaesthesia for Obstetrics and Gynae-oncology at King Edward Memorial Hospital.  She was a member of the anaesthetic department when Fiona Stanley Hospital opened in 2015, working as the clinical lead for Perioperative medicine and anaesthetic preassessment clinic.

Currently Dr Anderson is accredited as a Specialist Anaesthetist at the majority of metropolitan private hospitals in Perth, and continues to actively involve herself in the ANZCA professional development requirements.

General Adult and paediatric  (>2yrs) anaesthesia with special interest in the fields of anaesthesia for Obstetrics and Gynae-oncology, regional and orthopaedic anaesthesia and management of the high risk perioperative patient.  She is also skilled in sedation and ENT anaesthesia, and acute pain management.

MBBSBSci (Med) UNSW 2003