We are an urban practice servicing the population of Mt Wellington and its surrounding suburbs. We aim to provide the highest quality and affordable healthcare in an environment where people feel comfortable, valued and respected.
We belong to Procare Network Auckland Primary Health Organisation.
We are a Cornerstone Accredited practice.
We prefer to see patients by appointment but are able to see patients urgently if needed.
Our team has 7 Doctors, 3 Practice Nurses and 3 part time Receptionists.
Dr Jim Kriechbaum
MBChB, Diploma of Obstetrics, Diploma of Child Health, Diploma of Occupational Medicine, Fellow of the NZ College of General Practitioners. Jim trained at Auckland Medical School and graduated in 1985. He then worked in Paediatrics and Obstetrics both in N.Z. and the UK. He completed the GP Training Programme and has been in General Practice since 1990. Jim established this practice in 1993.
Dr Martin Ng
MBChB, Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Fellow of the Royal NZ College of General Practitioners. Martin was born in Malaysia, trained at Auckland Medical School and graduated in 1996. He then worked at various hospitals in Auckland for 3 years. Following that, he completed the GP Registrar programme over a year and has been in General Practice since. Martin joined the practice in 2001.
Dr Soshamma George
Soshamma graduated from CMC Vellore in India and then specialised in Dermatology with a Diploma and an MD from Madras University. She spent 2 years in the UK as a Dermatology registrar working at the Leicester Royal Infirmary. She worked as a clinician and teacher in a medical college & hospital and had 27 published papers until she moved to NZ. She has worked as a General Practitioner in NZ since 2003, taking the PRIMEX exam in General Practice in 2004 and has completed her fellowship. Her special interests include Dermatology, Venereology, Women's Health and Holistic Medicine.
Dr Ruth Lumsden
BSc, MBChB, Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Fellow of the Royal NZ College of GPs. Ruth trained at Auckland Medical School. Since completing the General Practice Training Programe in 1993, Ruth has worked in general practice including community women's health and high schools, and enjoys its diversity.
Dr Janine Bycroft
Dr Lisa Karl
Dr Kirsty Good
Enrolled Patient Fees
|Under 6 yrs||Free|
ACC Adult $15.00
ACC 6-17 $5.00
ACC Under 6 Free
Fees are based on a 15 minute consult for enrolled and funded patients. There may be extra charges for extended consultations, materials and procedures.
Nurse Consultation $15.00
For patients who are not enrolled with our practice our fees are:
Under 6; Free
Child 6-17; $20 with Community Card, $25 without.
Adult; $35 with Community Card, $50 without.
ACC surcharge $20.00
Fees for non-residents are $50.
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