Dr Danielle Clark


Dr Danielle Clark graduated from the University of Western Australia in 1992 and moved to the Busselton Medical Practice in 1998 to complete her General Practice training. She loved it so much she stayed.

Dr Clark enjoys the broad nature of General Practice and treating people in all stages of life. She is interested in the role that lifestyle plays in physical and mental health, and has recently completed courses in Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, and Exercise for Health and Performance with the Australian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine.

In addition to General Practice she has worked at the Busselton Hospital on the ward and the Emergency Department, and was a senior lecturer at the Rural Clinical School, teaching student doctors.

Danielle works part time and is married with 2 grown children. In her spare time she enjoys most sport, including trail running, mountain biking, aquatic sports and resistance training.



Busselton Medical Practice is committed to training qualified doctors in the specialty of general practice. As part of this commitment we provide supervised attachments of 6-12 months duration for registered medical practitioners training in the specialty of General Practice. In exchange for providing them with guidance and experience in General Practice we are in turn provided with enthusiastic doctors who bring new ideas and knowledge to our medical community. In fostering their development as General Practitioners we hope to someday have them return to work with us in a full time capacity.