Emergency Triage Services (ETS): Remote Portal

  • 24/7 Global Remote Access
  • 24/7 On Call FACEM Emergency Specialist Triage
  • 24/7 Unparalleled Medical Concierge with Leading Specialists
  • Excellence in Standards & Service Delivery
  • Independent Vetting of Client Medical Services Contracts
  • Independent Medical Evacuation Advice
  • Truly Independent, not contracting from Left hand to Right hand

“It’s not just about delivering FACEM emergency services at a point of acute injury, it is about the depth and quality of medical Specialist teams that support or take over from a point of injury management and deliver the highest level of ongoing triage support to an injured worker, ensuring best recovery and rapid return to work. ETS’s focus is not just about FACEM services, equally we focus on expedited access to our leading independent Specialist teams.”

Michael Henderson
Founder

About Us

Our ETS Board, Executive and Clinical Advisory Team

Founder and CEO:
Michael Henderson

Prof Michael Henderson is an ‘out of the box’ big-picture visionary with strong strategic planning, master planning, and commercial skills across several disciplines including healthcare, technology, architecture, education/training. His background includes senior executive leadership positions within government and the private sector, where he is acknowledged as a dynamic leader in business strategy, high level team building and technology transformation. He has extensive national and international professional networks, where he provides strategic advice and resourcing in global best-practice support for the delivery of local, regional, and international projects.

Prof Henderson is the Founder and CEO of MEDSCI International Healthcare – Emergency Triage Services (ETS), the Founder and Chairman of the International Skills & Training Institute in Health (ISTIH), and past Vice Chairman of CSIRO’s national Digital Productivity and Services Flagship Advisory Committee where he supported the creation of a National e-Health focus. He has held numerous Ministerial advisory roles, both nationally and internationally and is acknowledged for his integrity and his strong sense of public duty. He is a Professorial Fellow in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry & Health Sciences at the University of Western Australia, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) and was both the Ernst and Young Social Entrepreneur of the Year 2011 - WA and a Finalist in the 2021 Western Australian of the Year – Professional.


Chief Medical Officer/FACEM:
Dr. Dave Mountain

In addition to being the Chief Medical Officer of Emergency Triage Services, A/Prof David Mountain is a Specialist Emergency physician in the Emergency Department of Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital. He holds an academic position with the University of Western Australia and his areas of special interest and research are in Adult Emergency Medicine, Advanced Life Support (ALS), Clinical Research, Focused Assessment with Sonography for Trauma (FAST), Procedural Sedation, Retrieval Medicine, Sports Medicine, Telemedicine and Trauma Care. A/Prof Mountain also has vast experience in remote area aeromedical retrievals. Prof Mountain is a past President of the AMA WA.


Senior Physician:
Prof. Andrew Wesseldine

Prof Andrew Wesseldine is both the WA State Stroke Director at the Department of Health (WA Health) and Director of Medical Services at St John of God Health Care Murdoch. He is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the UWA Business School and a Consultant Physician and Stroke Physician. Andrew has held a multitude of leadership positions including Head of Department of General Medicine and Director Post Graduate Medicine at St John of God Subiaco Hospital, Director Clinical Innovation and Reform and Deputy Director Medical Services at Joondalup Health Campus.


Senior Neurologist:
Prof. Alan Kermode

Prof Allan Kermode is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and the Royal College of Physicians (London) and has worked in the Oxford University Department of Neurology and the Institute of (London) and has worked in the Oxford University Department of Neurology and the Institute of Molecular Medicine Oxford, The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London UK, the Heidelberg Kopfklinic, Germany, and in the National Institutes of Health, USA. Professor Kermode is the former Head of the Department of Neurology and Clinical Neurophysiology at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, and currently is the Director of the Demyelinating Diseases Centre at the Perron Institute (formerly WANRI), Adjunct Professor of Neuroimmunology at Murdoch University, is Clinical Professor of Neurology at the University of Western Australia, and Visiting Professor at Sun Yat Sen University, PR China. Prof Kermode is Chairman of the International Skills and Training Institute in Health (ISTIH)’s International Outreach Advisory Committee.


Principal Research Director:
Prof Yogesan Kanagasingam

Prof Yogesan is both the past National Research Director of CSIRO’s Australian e-Health Research Centre and head of Australian Telemedicine Research and Development group in WA which is funded by the WA Health and CSIRO. He has developed e-Health and medical technologies from bench to bed and one of his inventions is used by NASA in the International Space Station. He invented a remote digital retinopathy device, which is being widely deployed to help identify diabetes and other early-stage diseases. He is a Visiting Scholar to Harvard University and Professor at the School of Medicine, the University of Notre Dame.


Chief Data Officer:
Dr Ian Oppermann

Prof Ian Oppermann is Chief Data Scientist for the NSW Government and has over 20 years’ experience in the ICT sector, leading organizations to deliver products and outcomes that have impacted hundreds of millions of people globally. He has held senior management roles in Europe and Australia as Director for Radio Access Performance at Nokia, Global Head of Sales Partnering (network software) at Nokia Siemens Networks, and then Divisional Chief and Flagship Director at CSIRO. Dr Oppermann is considered a global thought leader in the area of the Digital Economy and is a regular speaker on “Big Data”, broadband enabled services and the impact of technology on society.

Our FACEM Team Leaders

Dr. Dave Mountain - FACEM

In addition to being the Chief Medical Officer of Emergency Triage Services, A/Prof David Mountain is a Specialist Emergency physician in the Emergency Department of Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital. He holds an academic position with the University of Western Australia and his areas of special interest and research are in Adult Emergency Medicine, Advanced Life Support (ALS), Clinical Research, Focused Assessment with Sonography for Trauma (FAST), Procedural Sedation, Retrieval Medicine, Sports Medicine, Telemedicine and Trauma Care. A/Prof Mountain also has vast experience in remote area aeromedical retrievals. Prof Mountain is a past President of the AMA WA.


Dr. David McCoubrie - FACEM

Dr David McCoubrie is the Director of Emergency Medicine at Royal Perth Hospital and sits on both the Board and Council of the AMA WA. He is a Consultant Emergency Physician and a Clinical Toxicologist. He has a special interest in Adult Emergency Medicine, Clinical Toxicology, Managing Acute Poisonings, Toxicological Risk Assessment and Toxicology.


Dr. Paul Bailey - FACEM

Dr David McCoubrie is the Director of Emergency Medicine at Royal Perth Hospital and sits on both the Board and Council of the AMA WA. He is a Consultant Emergency Physician and a Clinical Toxicologist. He has a special interest in Adult Emergency Medicine, Clinical Toxicology, Managing Acute Poisonings, Toxicological Risk Assessment and Toxicology.


Dr. Mark Little - FACEM

Dr Little is a senior emergency physician and a clinical toxicologist. He has also worked in Aeromedical retrieval in the UK and China and served in the Australian Regular Army for 7 years including a deployment to Iraq in 1991. He is currently employed at Royal Perth Hospital and has appointments to the NSW and Qld Poisons Centre. His research interests are involved with marine envenoming and toxicology and has co-authored Australia's first clinical toxicology textbook.


Dr. Mark Salib - FACEM

Mark spent some years as a GP in remote Queensland before moving into intensive care and anesthetics combined with Royal Flying Doctor Service work in Cairns and Central Australia. He then moved to Perth where he completed his specialty training as an emergency physician and now works in Fremantle Hospital and Kalgoorlie Regional Hospital providing exposure to both the rural and teaching hospital environments. His main interests are airway management and trauma.


Dr. Mike Cadogan - FACEM

A graduate of the University of Edinburgh and Oxford, Mike is a senior emergency physician at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Western Australia and resuscitation doctor for the Western Force rugby team.

Recognizing the need for enhanced medical information distribution in Australia both at a structural and an educational level, he created an interactive intranet learning platform in 2006 to facilitate e-learning using high quality multimedia content. Mike also founded the development of Health Engine, Australia's most comprehensive search engine to find doctors.

Mike is a prolific writer and editor of Life in the Fast Lane amongst his many blogs and medical texts. He patrols the information superhighway and maintains the highest standard of content quality and integrity across the Future Health family of websites. Widely regarded as the number one medical blogger in Australia and an expert in medical applications of social media, Mike is a sought-after speaker and consultant to corporate clients and educational and research institutions both in Australia and internationally. Mike is married with three children in Perth. He is passionate about rugby, medical education, and health informatics.


Dr. Tony Celenza - FACEM

Professor Celenza is the Head of the Discipline of Emergency Medicine at the University of Western Australia, and practices as a Specialist Emergency Physician at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Perth. His research interests include educational evaluation, emergency case epidemiology and a wide variety of clinical research topics including infectious diseases and acute neurology. Professor Celenza has also won multiple awards for undergraduate teaching and conducts a number of courses for continuing education of rural general practitioners.