Richard has been working in general practice since 1977, during which time he delivered approximately 2000 babies. Richard has been involved in all aspects of family medicine, and has also been involved with support services which aim to enhance and improve the delivery of health care in general practice. Richard has 4 children who are now grown up and are starting to have children of their own, and also enjoys cycling, skiing and golf.
Simon graduated from the University of Otago in 1985 and has been working in general practice since 1990, joining Johnsonville Medical Centre in 1995. Simon is our lead teaching GP and enjoys introducing doctors to general practice through the General Practice Training Programme. Simon also teaches medical students through the University of Otago.
Having graduated from the University of Otago in 1982, Mark subsequently worked in the UK completing the Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians' and Gynaecologists. Mark then completed the membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 1995 after completing the Oxford Regional GP Training Scheme. After continuing to work in London for several more years, Mark then returned to New Zealand and joined Johnsonville Medical Centre in 1998.
Raised in Somerset, England, Ross has been in New Zealand since a working holiday in 2008 resulted in a New Zealand wife. After spending time in Palmerston North, Christchurch and Taupo, Ross and his family settled in Wellington. Ross' is interested in all aspects of general practice, particularly enjoying men's health and preventative medicine.
Trish graduated from the University of Otago 1984 and joined Johnsonville Medical team in 1992. Trish enjoys all areas of general practice and has supported many families grow during her time at the practice. Outside of JMC Trish is a keen windsurfer, and spends as much time out on the water as possible.
A native Mandarin speaker, Dr Ting Wang returned to Johnsonville Medical Centre in July 2017, having been with us as a registrar in 2015.
Born and bred in Nelson, Frances trained in New Zealand at Otago University before spending six years in Australia as a GP, including gaining her General Practice Fellowship. Having returned to New Zealand with her family, Frances joined the Johnsonville Medical Centre team in February 2018, bringing a wealth of knowledge in women and children's health.
Frances is currently on Maternity Leave, and will be returning towards the end of 2021.
Sarah joined us from Tawa Medical and Victoria University Student Health in 2018, having been a GP in Wellington for many years. Originally from China, Sarah speaks both Mandarin and Cantonese. Sarah compelted part of her her specialist training at Johnsonville Medical Centre some years ago, and was awarded her specialist GP status in 2008.
Sian joined Johnsonville Medical Centre as a GPEP registrar, having moved to New Zealand from her native Wales. Now a local in Johnsonville, Sian has stayed with the practice through her GP qualification and 2 children.
Lisa qualified as a specialist GP in the USA and was most recently working in West Virginia. Lisa, her husband and her young family moved to New Zealand in late 2019 to enjoy life in New Zealand and be part of our great health system.
Originally from Wales in the UK, Mari joined the Johnsonville Medical Centre team in January 2020. A keen dancer, Mari spent a brief period working in Palmerston North in 2017 before returning to the UK to complete her GP training. With family in New Zealand she has made the long-term move back to Wellington as a fully qualified GP.
Lisa has previously worked at Johnsonville Medical Centre and the Wellington Hospital Emergency Department as a Registered Nurse, before undertaking the additional training required before taking on a role as a Nurse Practitioner. Supported by Dr Ross Anderson, Lisa has continued to expand her expertise and now provides diagnosis and treatment to her own patients.
Anna joined the Johnsonville Medical Centre team in December 2020, having moved to New Zealand from the UK. Anna works Thursday afternoon and evening at Johnsonville Medical Centre, and also works on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at Thorndon Medical Centre.
Nicola is a former pediatric surgeon in the UK who moved to New Zealand with her family and is completing the specialist GP training programme in New Zealand. Nicola was with us in the first half of 2020 as part of he first GP training year and has now come back to join us as a permanent GP. Nicol has a lot of experience dealing with children from her previous roles, and also supports patients of all ages.
Mon – Thurs: 8am – 8pm
Fri: 8am - 5pm
Sat: 9am – 12pm