Professionals move in to Ocean Keys Boulevard

Karen Main, Anthony Morabito, Mark Robins, Bob Hindle, Pam Boyd, Dr Sheela Prabhakar and Dr Sharon Vasey. Picture: Martin Kennealey        www.communitypix.com.au   d444238
Karen Main, Anthony Morabito, Mark Robins, Bob Hindle, Pam Boyd, Dr Sheela Prabhakar and Dr Sharon Vasey. Picture: Martin Kennealey        www.communitypix.com.au d444238

THE Key Largo Professional Centre held an official opening last week, housing offices for employment, realty and medical services.

Developer Bob Hindle said the Ocean Keys Boulevard centre, which officially opened on September 29, would meet the growing population’s demand for professional services.

“Ocean Keys has developed into the major retail destination for northern suburbs residents yet we are still forced to travel to Joondalup or beyond for many financial and legal services,” he said.

“Demand has been very strong for the purchase and leasing of the office spaces with only four offices still available for lease.”

Leasing agent Anthony Morabito, of Altegra Property Group, said it was important to get the right tenant mix for the community.

“We have a wide range of medical, employment and real estate services in the centre, so we are now taking expressions of interest from providers of legal and financial services,” he said.

“Sharing the complex is Atlantis Indoor Play and Child Care which generates a huge volume of traffic for tenants to tap into.”

One tenant is Salvation Army Employment Plus, a government-funded service that gives job-seekers access to training, work experience and support services.

The not-for-profit organisation directs surplus funds into The Salvation Army’s social programs, helping homeless people, the underprivileged and disaster victims.

Another tenant is atWork Australia, a specialist employment division of the WorkFocus Group that helps people with disabilities access employment opportunities.

Dr Kiran Puttappa said Global Cardiology would be the first in WA to offer 100 per cent bulk-billed cardiology testing, using 2D and 3D technology.

Its cardiology services will include echocardiograms, stress echos, stress electrocardiograms, electrocardiograms, Holter monitors and 24-hour blood pressure monitors.

Deverneuil Psychology’s Andrew Hartley said its team of clinical psychologists and registrars would provide clients with skills to manage their mental health.

“We offer assessment and treatment to children, adolescents, adults as well as engaging individuals in couple, family or group therapy,” he said.

“Our team has clinical experience in various government institutions including the Health Department, Drug and Alcohol office and Corrective Services.

“Medicare and private health insurance rebates are available.”

The Key Largo Professional Centre also includes a Venus Nails salon.

Also read Doctors key in new centre’s expansion.