Dr Marshall Hollister-Jones
MB ChB 1988 Auckland; FRNZCGP 2003
Marshall was born and raised in Tauranga and has worked as a GP at Chadwick Healthcare since 1992, having graduated from Auckland Medical School four years earlier. He is a fellow of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners and also holds a Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation from the University of Otago. His professional interests including helping patients with traumatic brain injury and work injury rehabilitation, as well as caring for the aged.
Skin cancer is another area of Marshall’s expertise, and he holds a post-graduate Certificate in Skin Cancer Surgery from the University of Queensland. Marshall is credentialed by the Western Bay of Plenty PHO to perform skin cancer surgery to an advanced level and conducts minor skin surgery at Chadwick’s purpose-built day surgery.
Marshall is passionate about general practice and enjoys the strong relationships built with patients over time. He also has a particular interest in information technology, and is a member of the Midland Region Health Information Clinical Leadership Group. He enjoys the outdoor lifestyle of the Bay of Plenty. To keep active and fit, Marshall competes nationally in sprint and marathon kayaking.
Marshall works Monday to Friday at Greerton
30 November 1988
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