Dr Anita Naik FRNZCGP
Originally from India, Dr Anita Gautam Naik decided to retrain in General Practice after moving to NZ in 2009. She attained RNZCGP membership in 2014 and became a Fellow in 2018.
Her special interests include mental health, women’s and children’s health. She also holds certificates in Emergency Paediatrics and Contraception and Early Pregnancy .
Besides English, she speaks Hindi, Konkani, Malayalam and also understands Marathi. Outside of work she enjoys Indian Classical music and spending time with family.
Dr Luke Wee FRNZCGP
Dr Luke Wee is an Auckland-trained doctor has worked in various specialties in New Zealand and Australian hospitals. With his warm personality, cultural competency, listening skills and attention to detail, he is equipped to address a wide range of health needs.
He does not shy away from complex medical conditions and works alongside a panel of specialists who can give second opinions for your health struggles. He is vocationally trained in both General Practice and Urgent Care.
He offers IUD/Jadelle insertion, minor skin surgery as well as FerInject (Iron) and Aclasta infusions.
He also has a special interest in travel medicine, as well as palliative care, having worked as a hospitalist in Mercy Ships West Africa and a Palliative Care Doctor in Australia.
Dr Fei Wu FRNZCGP
A vocationally registered GP, Dr Wu had trained in General Practice for many years having spent his formative years in Whanganui, Whangaparoa and Henderson. He has a wide range of clinical skills and would be equipped to meet your clinical needs.
He was the clinical lead in a large practice in Whanganui before moving up to Auckland with his family. He teaches many GP registrars and Nurse Practitioners during that time.
Hailing from Shenyang, Dr Wu speaks fluent English and Mandarin - providing options for his clients. He is warm and approachable, well received by colleagues and patients from all cultures. Dr Fei Wu will be joining us in April 2020.
Dr Amin Uloom GP with special interest in ENT
Dr Amin Uloom is originally from Malaysia and graduated from Auckland Medical School in 2011. Background of multiple surgical specialities with huge passion in ENT, also interested in Multiple surgical specialities and Urgent care.
Nurse Nerice Fourie
Originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, Nerice relocated to New Zealand in 2006. She speaks both Afrikaans and English.
Nerice completed her Bachelor of Nursing in 2018 at Manukau Institute of Technology and is currently busy completing her post graduate nursing studies. During her training Nerice has gained experience from different areas of nursing, including Mental Health, Paediatrics and Emergency Care.
Nerice has gained experience as a Registered Nurse by previously working at an Urgent care/GP clinic. She is passionate about her work and enjoys building a good, trusting therapeutic relationship with her patients.