Jupiter Health and Medical Services building $3 million Two Rocks medical centre

An artist's impression of the new facility.
An artist's impression of the new facility.

JUPITER Health and Medical Services is building a $3 million medical centre in Two Rocks.

The centre on Breakwater Drive in Atlantis Beach estate will have eight doctors and a dental practice when complete.

Edward Solomon and Michael Gendy founded the company in 2011 and will have 31 medical centres in WA by the end of this year.

Dr Gendy said other medical services at the Two Rocks centre would include skin care, skin cancer screening and treatment, pathology and immunisation, with bulk-billing offered to patients.

“It will also provide a high level of convenience to patients being open seven days a week with extended opening hours that include weekday opening times from 7am to 11pm,” he said.

“It is expected that the Jupiter Health and Medical Centre will be operational by August.”

Estate project director Jarrod Rendell said other infrastructure planned included a Cuddles Child Care Centre, which is under construction.

Jupiter also has medical centres in Alkimos and Lancelin.

Jupiter Health and Medical Services owners Michael Gendy and Edward Soloman.