Our Mission

The Liver Centre WA provides exceptional health care in a committed, caring and multidisciplinary environment.

Our team of Hepatologists, Liver Surgeons and Dietitians can develop effective treatment plans for all aspects of liver treatment and disease in both adults and children. Other specialists such as Immunologists and Virologists, Pathology experts, Radiologists and Oncologists may, as required, assist us in developing a personalised treatment plan to meet each of our patient’s unique requirements.


We treat every patient, their family and their loved ones with absolute kindness and care and strive to understand each patient’s needs through attentive and trusted communication.


Our patients each receive a personalised and caring experience throughout their professional relationship with our practice.


The Liver Centre WA is a multidisciplinary practice of world-class excellence, providing a comprehensive range of investigative, diagnostic and therapeutic services for all patients.


Our patients and medical colleagues feedback to us time and time again that the care and friendliness from our staff is the best they have seen. Our team of staff are 100% committed to their patients and they each love what they do. It’s that simple.


Our guiding principle has always been to deliver exceptional patient care in a safe and professional environment. We believe that your life is for living and your health is your life. Our staff are absolutely committed to ensuring your experience at our practice is the highest quality and remain at your service long-term, as required.

Our Team

Prof Luc Delrivière

Prof Luc Delrivière is a Professor of Surgery at the University of Western Australia. He is the head of liver transplant and hepato-biliary surgery at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital. Over the past 10 years of work, he has played a major role in the expansion of liver and kidney transplant programs in Western Australia, with activity in both areas having now more than doubled. He is involved in both clinical and experimental research programs. Prof Delrivière completed his general surgery training and transplant / hepato-biliary specialisation in Brussels, Paris, Tokyo, Brisbane, King’s College London and Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge between 1989 and 2004. His approach is multidisciplinary and involves oncologists, gastroentrolologists, hepatologists and radiologists. He is proud to be establishing the very first comprehensive liver centre in Western Australia that incorporates a range of liver specialists and serves as a single point of contact for centralised and coordinated patient care.

* English and French speaking

Prof Gary Jeffrey

Winthrop Professor Gary Jeffrey is Professor of Medicine at the University of Western Australia, Medical Director of the West Australian Liver Transplantation Service at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and Chairman of the Liver Foundation of Western Australia. He and co-investigators were awarded the 2006 WA Inventor of the year award for creating the ‘Hepascore’ which is a serum model of liver fibrosis. This is now used worldwide including in the United States, France and Australia. In addition to his clinical and teaching roles, his research interests are diverse and include the role of iron in preservation injury in the isolated donor liver, mechanisms of HCV viral resistance, clinical studies in liver fibrosis, liver transplantation and HCC.

Dr Michael Wallace

Dr Michael Wallace is a consultant Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist. He graduated from the University of Western Australia in Perth and is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. He completed a Post-doctoral Fellowship at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City where his research areas included hepatocellular carcinoma and the treatment of liver fibrosis. He is enrolled in a PhD program part-time at the University of Western Australia where his main research areas include describing the growing incidence of hepatocellular cancer in Western Australia and using PET scans to predict outcomes for patients with hepatocellular carcinoma.

Dr Wallace has a broad interest in the management of all liver diseases with a particular focus on the management of hepatocellular carcinoma and other liver cancers, liver transplantation, fatty liver disease and autoimmune liver disease.

Dr Wallace is accredited to perform gastroscopy and colonoscopy by the Conjoint Committee for the Recognition of Training in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (CCRTRE) and receives referrals for direct access endoscopy including for colorectal cancer screening.

Mr Mayank Bhandari

Mr Mayank Bhandari is a consultant hepato-pancreato-biliary and transplant surgeon at Royal Perth Hospital. He completed his surgical graduation and specialisation in India before coming to Australia in 2004. Since then he has contributed extensively in the management of liver and pancreatic diseases. Mr Bhandari did a PhD in pancreatology at Flinders University, Adelaide. He was awarded with Paul McMaster Fellowship for advanced training in liver and pancreatic surgery at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, UK.

He currently specialises in benign and malignant diseases of the liver, gallbladder and pancreas. Patient-centred care in a multidisciplinary environment which offers co-ordinated management of medical conditions and disease, is his focus.

Mr Ruwan Wijesuriya

Mr Ruwan Wijesuriya is a consultant in General Surgery, at the St John of God Public and Private hospital in Midland. He underwent undergraduate and basic surgical training in Sri Lanka. His higher surgical training was at the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Perth, in General surgery, hepatobiliary and liver transplantation. On completion of his training in Australia he worked as a consultant hepatobiliary and transplant surgeon in Sri Lanka for a period of 3 years and the team he lead had the honour of performing first ever successful living donor liver transplantation in Sri Lanka . He is a clinical Senior lecturer at the University of Western Australia and a researcher who has widely published in peer reviewed journals.[

Mr Siva Sundararajan

Mr Siva Sundararajan is a qualified general and obesity surgeon. His main areas of interest are weight loss surgery, gall bladder and hernia surgery. To ensure that the best possible care is provided to his patients, he has undertaken extensive training in the UK, Australia and Europe.

Siva was born in India and migrated to Singapore where he completed his school education. He then served in the Singapore Armed Forces as a combat medic before moving to the UK to study medicine. Siva graduated from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland in 2003. After starting surgical training in the UK, he migrated to Australia. There he completed many years of surgical training and was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 2016.

To pursue his interest in obesity surgery, he spent a year at Box Hill Hospital in Melbourne in a high volume bariatric surgery unit with expert surgeons. His mentors there were the first in Australia to perform robotic bariatric surgery and had pioneered obesity surgery in Australia. Siva then went to Belgium to work with Dr Bruno Dillemans, a world-renowned surgeon in complex obesity surgery to fine tune his skills. In their bariatric centre in Bruges, they have performed over 10,000 gastric bypasses and have surgeons from all over the world coming to obtain expertise in complex obesity surgery.

Gemma Gilbert

Gemma is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Nutritionist. She has spent the past 7 years specialising in adult nutrition and health issues relating to hepatology, gastroenterology (gastrointestinal disorders), diabetes, general surgery, oncology, weight loss and bariatric surgery. Gemma is also affiliated with Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital working as a senior dietitian within the Hepatology department.

May Kang

May is an Accredited Practising Dietitian. She has worked in clinical dietetics for the past 13 years and specializes in the areas of liver diseases, liver transplant, cancer for the digestive system, renal diseases, malnutrition, enteral nutrition, illness of and surgery to the digestive system, ileostomies, colostomies and obesity.

May also works at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital as a a senior dietitian within the Hepatology department.

* English and Mandarin speaking

Bronwyn Delrivière

Bronwyn is our Practice Manager. She is committed to providing a quality service whilst at all times respecting the confidentiality and individuality of all our patients. With a passion for community healthcare, patient comfort and attention is always at the forefront of everything she does.

Bronwyn takes great pride in ensuring the Centre offers a friendly and caring environment for all its patients. She loves her role as Practice Manager and looks forward to meeting you.

Kelly Barrett

Kelly is our practice receptionist.

Tracey O’Shea

Tracey is our practice receptionist.