Dr Pieter Veenhuijsen
Artsexamen 1988 Amsterdam; DCH 1991 RCP Lond; DRCOG 1992; MRCGP 1993; M 1996 F 1998 RNZCGP
My basic medical training was completed in The Netherlands. I then moved to the United Kingdom where I obtained Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners and completed Diplomas in Child Health and Obstetrics and Gynaecology. After working in the United Kingdom for six years I moved to New Zealand where I have worked for the last twenty years. Currently, I tutor medical students and facilitate a group for senior registrars in General Practice. I also lead groups for General Practitioners and work part-time for the Medical Council. I enjoy establishing a genuine long-term relationship with my patients and their families and am committed to ensuring my patients receive the best health outcomes. I am married with adult and teenage children. My interests are yoga, music and getting out for long walks on the weekend.
Male / Tāne
1 January 1997
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