Anna moved to New Zealand from the UK in December 2020, having worked in both London and Edinburgh during her career as a General Practitioner. Outside of medicine she enjoys mountain biking, skiing and getting out into New Zealand's outdoors.
Nicola is a former pediatric surgeon in the UK who moved to New Zealand with her family and is completing the specialist GP training programme in New Zealand. Nicola was with us in the first half of 2020 as part of he first GP training year and has now come back to join us as a permanent GP. Nicola has a lot of experience dealing with children from her previous roles, and also supports patients of all ages.
Simon graduated from the University of Otago in 1985 and has been working in general practice since 1990, joining Johnsonville Medical Centre in 1995. Simon is our lead teaching GP and enjoys introducing doctors to general practice through the General Practice Training Programme. Simon also teaches medical students through the University of Otago.
After an early career in finance, Taryn followed a long-held passion to study medicine and graduated from the University of Notre Dame Fremantle in Australia in 2013. Her clinical interests are varied and range from women’s health, sexual health, sports medicine, palliative care and paediatrics, including completing the Diploma of Child Health in 2017.
Taryn moved to New Zealand in September 2020 and after some time working in the South Island she has found a new home here in Wellington. Outside of medicine, Taryn enjoys playing basketball & tennis, attending live music events and travelling at any opportunity.
Steph is our Health Improvement Practitioner (HIP). Her job is to help people improve their overall health and wellbeing and to overcome obstacles that are getting in the way of life. She is available to see anyone of any age who is registered at the practice. Steph is a registered psychologist. She hails from the deep South and moved to Wellington in 2015 after living all around NZ and overseas for several years.