Dr Fiona Maclean
MB ChB 2003 Manc; FRNZCGP 2014
I studied medicine at St Andrews University, Scotland and at Manchester University, England, graduating in 2003. I completed my basic surgical training before electing to pursue a career in general practice.
Although born and educated in the UK, I am a New Zealander courtesy of my parentage. I moved “home” in 2012 with my husband and my two young sons and we feel privileged to live in such an incredible region.
I consider myself a true generalist, comfortable working within the full spectrum of general practice.
When off duty, I enjoy riding my horse and I try (but fail) to keep up with my kids on water and snow skis.
Female / Wāhine
13 June 2013
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