Born in Wellington, Dr Ray Khoo commenced General Practice in 1999 and has been practising in the local area since 2002. He has special interests in men's health, care of the elderly, paediatrics (holds a Postgraduate Paediatrics Diploma), gynaecology (Postgraduate O&G Diploma) and surgery (moles/skin cancers, i.e. melanomas/lipomas/cysts/ingrown toenails).
Dr Khoo is an accredited teacher for the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners, and has been involved with training doctors since 2001.
Dr. Khoo is available everyday Monday -Friday.
Dr. Khoo's registrar is Dr Sivani Surendran. Her video consulting link is: doxy.me/drsivani
Dr Rosamund Vallings MNZM, MB BS (Lond), MRCS LRCP, Dip Clin Hyp, BA (Massey)
Dr. Vallings will be available for in person consultations only during Level 1. She is otherwise available for video and phone consultations at other lockdown levels.
DR. Vallings provides video and phone consultations for patients all over NZ. Information you will receive at the time of the appointment can be seen here. Your GP must send a referral. You will be expected to fill in a patient information form and email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org prior to your appointment, see here.
Dr Rosamund Vallings has over three decades experience in the field of Fatigue Syndrome and is one of New Zealand’s leading authority on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
She was recognised by the Queen in the 2008 New Years Honours when awarded the New Zealand Order of Merit (MNZM).
Dr Vallings has served voluntarily for over 27 years as President of the Associated New Zealand Myalgic Encephalopathy Society (ANZMES), and latterly as Medical Adviser and Committee Member.
In October 2016, she was awarded the prestigious international award, 'The Nelson Gantz Clinician's Award' at the International Association for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Conference in Fort Lauderdale, USA.
Dr. Vallings is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Dr Hayley Wilson manages all aspects of family medicine and has a special interest in infertility, perimenopausal issues, women's health, paediatrics (Postgraduate Diploma in Paediatrics) and family medicine.
Dr Wilson has been a GP in the local Howick area since 2007.
Dr. Wilson is available on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Dr Amanda Sew Hoy enjoys all aspects of family medicine and has a special interest in children's health (Postgraduate Diploma in Child Health) and women's health (Postgraduate Diploma in Obstetrics and Medical Gynaecology).
Dr Sew Hoy is fluent in English and Cantonese and is available on Mondays Wednesdays, and Fridays.
Dr Ruby Yeh grew up in Howick and is a medical graduate of the University of Auckland. She gained experience working in hospitals for several years before starting general practice training in December 2018.
Many will know here during her time with us in 2019. Dr Yeh enjoys all aspects of family medicine. She is fluent in English and conversant in Mandarin and is available on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays
Bernadine and Tehere (pronounced 'Te Ray)
Tehere can perform cervical smears on Thursdays and Fridays. See 'services' to see some of the services we provide in the clinic.