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 education of training doctors, 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 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 (virtual consults only) 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, Thursdays (virtual only) 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, Wednesdays and Fridays
Dr Amy Rankin completed a Bachelor of Health Sciences degree with a focus on public health, before completing medical school at the University of Auckland. Growing up in Howick, Dr Amy is passionate about serving her local community. She also works in palliative care at Tōtara Hospice.
She has worked across all hospitals in Auckland, including a year in Emergency Medicine prior to her transition to General Practice. Dr Amy has an interest in palliative care (worked at Totara Hospice during 2023/24) and women’s health, having completed a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She is able to insert intrauterine devices and the Jadelle implant.
Registrar Doctors Dr. Manu Siriwardena Physician 2003 RSMU Dr. Brian Dunne