Andrew Taylor is the principal Rheumatologist at Murdoch Rheumatology and has been in clinical practice at St John of God Hospital, Murdoch since 1997.

Murdoch Rheumatology is located within a vibrant specialist health precinct with access to private and public health facilities, as well as pathology and radiology services, a pharmacy and other medical and surgical practices.

Murdoch Rheumatology provides care for patients with musculoskeletal conditions such as Arthritis, Osteoporosis, Muscle and Joint problems, focusing on experienced assessment, diagnosis, education and treatment.

COVID-19 information

The COVID-19 pandemic is a great concern to you, as it is to us.  We are endeavouring to keep ourselves healthy to continue caring for you.

We are keeping abreast of all the developments  and medical recommendations.  You can find some resources on the following pages by clicking on the Services or Rheumatology tabs at the top of the page.

Murdoch Rheumatology is still open to continue to provide important clinical care.  We are adhering to social distancing guidelines and maintaining strict hygiene procedures.  Medical appointments are considered essential services.

You are expected to register your attendance with the SafeWA app or on paper register upon entering our rooms.

In order to meet the social distancing requirements, we request that only patients awaiting their appointment are in the waiting room, and any accompanying persons (other than necessary care-givers) wait outside.  We thank you for your understanding.

If you have an upcoming appointment and you are unwell, or have come in contact with someone with COVID-19 or are in isolation, please contact us beforehand.  We will try to help you as best we can.

Australian Rheumatology Association advice for Covid-19 vaccination