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I graduated from Otago in 1986 and in 1996 joined Vic Allcock and Mike Lyons in partnership at Mana Medical Centre.

After a stint at Wellington Hospital doing Paediatrics I then worked in the UK doing both hospital Paediatrics and General Practice – it was at this stage that I developed an affiliation for the latter and completed my vocational training, returning back home with MRCGP(UK) and later attained FRACGP.

General Practice is a career that I really enjoy and remain challenged by.

I value the interpersonal relationships that develop over time and feel privileged to be involved with the healthcare of this community.

My interests include paediatric medicine and asthma management. Increasingly I am becoming more interested in chronic illness – especially the way in which one illness frequently affects another, and impacts on people’s lives.

Out of work – I live vicariously through my two sons and am an avid (and vocal) spectator of hockey and athletics. As my boys approach the end of their schooling, I am now revisiting those ‘lost loves’ of drama, creative writing, walking, swimming and reading.