Dr Fiona Gordon
MB ChB 1989 Otago; FRNZCGP 2010
I am a GP with many years of experience, much of it in the local area.
I love my work and thoroughly enjoy seeing a huge variety of people in a relationship centred style of medicine.
I remain constantly aware of the privilege of sharing peoples lives. There are not many other jobs where you are able to walk beside people through all of life’s challenges, be they joyous or difficult.
Over the years I have seen many ‘gaps’ in the provision of really good medicine and this clinic is an attempt to directly address some of these. It also hopes to model a positive and happy work environment for all the awesome people who work in it.
In my non medical life I walk my beloved dog, swim, read, laugh, have a regular yoga practice, eat lots of veges and marvel at the continued patience and love of my man.
Female / Wāhine
3 December 1990
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