Dr Eleri Clissold has joined Apollo Medical and is working in our Urgent Care department four days per week. Dr Clissold comes from Wales originally, but has spent the past few years at North Shore Hospital.
Dr Schiebel says the best thing about Apollo for him is the great team he works with in a very supportive atmosphere. Also it allows him to combine his love of general practice and accident and medical work.
A very experienced Doctor specialising in General Practice, Urgent Care, and geriatrics who has been trained and educated in both India & New Zealand and also speaks Hindi.
Dr MacDonald focuses on all aspects of family medicine, particularly women's health and lifestyle.
Dr. Su's speciality is in Women's and Children's Health. She has completed her training at Otago University in Dunedin, New Zealand
Dr Jing Li trained in China, Singapore and New Zealand and works full time at Apollo Medical. Medical dermatology is Dr Li's speciality.
Enjoys the broad spectrum of interest that general practice offers and working with patients of all ages.
Dr North has a particular interest in womens, adolescents and childrens health, as well as those patients with cardiovascular disease.
Dr Han Yan caters to our Chinese community and she speaks fluent Mandarin, Cantonese and English.
Dr Albert van Niekerk is South African born and was trained in Johannesburg in the 1980's and speaks fluent Afrikaans.
Dr Lynne Coleman is now working primarily in the urgent care (accident & medical) part of Apollo Medical, taking a Clinical Leadership role in this area.
Dr Stuart Jenkins has a specific interest in atopic conditions - asthma, hay fever and eczema and he particulary enjoys working with children.
Dr David Bassett has interests in Family, Sports and Injury Medicine as well as Minor Surgery. He believes in treating as naturally as possible, and is open to alternative therapies.
Dr Wellingham has a special interest in internal medicine and paediatrics. He completed his training at St Barts Hospital, London University, England.
Dr Hong was born in Korea but grew up in New Zealand and underwent her medical training at the Otago Medical school in Dunedin graduating in 1988. Catherine speaks English and Korean fluently and enjoys her involvement in the Korean community.