For Doctors

A/Prof Lawson-Smith makes himself readily available to General Practitioners, colleagues and other allied health medical professionals. If you require medical advice, whether urgent or non-urgent, please contact us on 08 6332 6325.

Patient Referrals

To refer a patient:

You can refer patient via:

  • This website. Upload your referral letter below.
  • Healthlink: Our healthlink ID is MLSORTHO.
  • Fax: (08) 6332 6327
  • Email (Send an email)
  • Post: Murdoch Orthopaedic Clinic, Suite 10 / 100 Murdoch Drive, Murdoch WA 6150.

All referrals are treated with privacy and promptness. Please include any relevant information that will assist in the treatment of the patient (i.e. latest imaging/nerve conduction studies, particular past treatment of the condition) included with the referral.

General Practitioner Educational Sessions

A/Prof Lawson-Smith is available for GP Education Sessions for any specific educational needs, within a small or large environment. This can be organised through our rooms.

Please speak to our administration team on (08) 6332 6325, send an email or online enquiry.


Our Clinics

Our clinics are based in Murdoch, Subiaco, Mandurah and Rockingham and we operate in most major hospitals. We provide specialised and personalised treatment, quality care and service.

Workers Compensation

Workers’ Compensation cases can be quite stressful at times for the patient, referrer and employer alike.

A/Prof Lawson-Smith ensures a seamless medical approach of which, he works very closely with the patient, referrer, employer, insurer, occupational therapist and rehabilitation consultants and other allied specialties, to ensure that the patient has the utmost specialised care for their injury.

All trauma cases are immediately dealt with and triaged accordingly with the doctor.

Please feel free to contact one of the friendly staff members to discuss further or if you have any queries. Referrals are always welcomed.


A/Prof Lawson-Smith accepts hand and upper limb trauma cases. Our office will accommodate patients within 24 – 48 hours.

At times, further imaging (MRI’s and CT Scans), splinting, and slings for example may be required. The rooms will help facilitate the appropriate referrals, to aide in the patient being treated promptly. This also allows for all referrers (and patients alike) to be ensured that the highest possible standard of care for the patient is obtained with minimal fuss.

Hand & Wrist Conditions

Elbow & Shoulder Conditions