General Practitioner


Dr Elizabeth (Libby) Lissiman is a General Practitioner with an interest in women's health, including the pre-pregnancy, early pregnancy, and postnatal periods, as well as children's health, including infant sleep, settling, and feeding.

Libby grew up in Perth and graduated from UWA with honours. After graduating, she spent several years working at Royal Perth Hospital, Princess Margaret Hospital, and King Edward Memorial Hospital. Following this, she entered General Practice, finishing her training in 2015, and has worked as a GP in the southern suburbs since then. During this time, she completed her Diploma of Child Health and a KEMH course in Women’s Health. Recently, she has been involved in RArEST’s Rare Disease Project ECHO as a GP Advisor.

In her spare time, Libby enjoys reading, bush walks, and spending time with her friends and family, including her husband, two young sons, and dog.