Dr Pip Clearwater
MB ChB 2010 Auckland; FRNZCGP 2017
I grew up in Auckland and went to medical school there, training all over the upper North Island including my final year of medical school in Rotorua. After a year at Timaru hospital, we then moved to Palmerston North for my husband’s job in the Air Force. I did my first year of GP work in the Manawatu, working in Bulls and Feilding. I have completed post graduate diplomas in Women’s Heath (PGDipOMG) and Children’s Health (DCH), and these are special interests of mine. I am trained in the insertion and removal of IUCDs and the Jadelle contraceptive implant, as well as Pipelle endometrial biopsy. I also have a special interest in Older People’s health, and I work regularly at the residential care homes in Wanaka. I enjoy the wide scope and variety of general practice, and in 2017 I became and elected Fellow of the Royal NZ College of GPs.
We’ve been lucky to live in Wanaka since December 2014, so my husband and I can enjoy the outdoors on our days off – especially canyoning, hiking, and mountain biking. From late 2017 I had some time off with the birth of our daughter, but I’m now back at work.
Female / Wāhine
11 February 2011
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