Dr Rachael Harry - Hepatologist
Private Service, Gastroenterology & Hepatology (Liver), Internal Medicine
Rachael Harry is a consultant hepatologist, specializing only in liver disease.
Rachael is one of four consultant hepatologists working on the New Zealand Liver Transplant Unit at Auckland Hospital looking after people with all types of liver disease including those who need assessment for and those who have undergone liver transplantation. Rachael is the only specialist who works in New Zealand with a private practice dedicated only to patients with liver disease. She has a wealth of experience in managing all kinds of liver diseases in adults as well as an interest in looking after young people as they make the transition between paediatric and adult healthcare. Rachael has developed a particular interest in autoimmune liver disease for which she runs a dedicated clinic at Auckland Hospital which has one of the largest experiences in the country of these conditions.
Before moving to New Zealand in 2003, Rachael was trained at Kings College Hospital in London, one of the largest liver centres in Europe and also has worked as a consultant hepatologist in Manchester, UK looking after large numbers of patients with alcoholic liver disease and viral hepatitis.
Rachael has worked with people with all types of liver disease for over 20 years and is confident in managing all types of liver problems, from the most serious to the more straightforward. She has a patient centred, collaborative approach to her practice and often has positive feedback from patients and colleagues for her work.
Rachael’s private consulting rooms are at the MacMurray Digestive Diseases and Endoscopy Centre in Remuera. She is happy to see anyone who needs an opinion regarding their liver health. Rachael is happy to take referrals from medical practitioners or direct from patients themselves and contact is made through the reception staff at the MacMurrary Centre.
Rachael has a busy private practice and sometimes there will be a waiting list to see her. If you consider your, or your patient's, referral to be urgent please inform the reception staff so that she can do her best to see all referrals in a reasonable time frame.
What is Hepatology?
Hepatology is the study of diseases of the liver. Although I trained as a gastroenterologist and general physician, I have subsequently specialised further and now only work in hepatology.
I am happy to accept referrals from any medical practitioners and also to see patients who wish to refer themselves with any concerns about their liver health.
I am happy to provide reports for immigration regarding all aspects of liver disease including viral hepatitis and abnormal liver function tests.
Your initial consultation will cost $330.
Follow up appointments cost $135.
|Mon||12:00 PM – 4:00 PM|
Common Conditions / Procedures / Treatments
This is inflammation of the liver, commonly caused by viruses. Hepatitis B and C are viruses that can cause chronic (long term) inflammation and damage to the liver.… More
Cirrhosis is the term used to describe a diseased liver that has been badly scarred, usually due to many years of injury.… More
Abnormal Liver Function Tests
Alcoholic Liver Disease
Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
Autoimmune Liver Disease
Primary Liver Cancer (Hepatocellular Carcinoma)
Cholestatic Liver Diseases (Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis, Primary Biliary Cirrhosis)
SOUTHBOUND from SH1
- Take the Market Rd off ramp and turn left onto Market Rd.
- At the junction of Market Rd and Remuera Rd turn left.
- Turn left onto Dilworth Avenue and then first right onto MacMurray Rd.
NORTHBOUND from SH1
- Take the Market Rd off ramp and turn right onto Market Rd.
- From here the instructions are the same as above.
The Auckland Transport Journey Planner will help you to plan your journey.
There is ample off street parking provided at the clinic.
(09) 550 1080
(09) 550 1081
5 MacMurray Road
5 MacMurray Road
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This page was last updated at 9:40AM on May 19, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by Dr Rachael Harry - Hepatologist.