Dr John Gordon
MB ChB 1991 Manc; FRNZCGP 2013
John trained in the UK (St Andrews and Manchester), qualifying in 1991. He worked in NZ as a junior doctor from 1993 – 1995 (including 3 months as a House Surgeon at Masterton Hospital).
He returned to Scotland to complete his GP training and, after a brief spell working in rural South Africa, he was a partner in a large GP practice just outside Edinburgh, until the end of 2011.
He enjoys the wide variety that comes when working in general practice, and has a special interest in dementia. He brings to NZ a wife and 4 children, and loves almost any sport. He is never happier than when whacking a tennis ball or strumming a few tunes on his guitar.
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12 October 2011
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