Our Doctors

 

A Doctor that has trained and committed long term to being a quality General Practitioner will have previously worked in the Hospital system for a number of years, then spent a minimum of three years (and usually more) in specialty training to eventually become a Fellow of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (FRNZCGP). All our doctors have either achieved this, holding the qualification of FRNZCGP, or are well on their way to this goal

 
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Dr Conrad Surynt
Principal General Practitioner

Conrad (MBChB. DipObst. FRNZCGP) grew up in Manurewa, trained at Auckland Medical School and has worked as a General Practitioner at Manurewa Medical since 1992. He has particular interests in antenatal care and General Practitioner training. 

 

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Dr Richard Chong
General Practitioner

Richard (MBChB, DipPaed, MRNZCUC, MRNZCGP) is a graduate of the University of Auckland, and has worked for several years as a junior registrar in Orthopaedics before starting his Fellowship training in both the General Practice and Urgent Care branches of primary healthcare.

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Dr Elizabeth Edgar
General Practitioner

Elizabeth (MBChB. FRNZCGP) graduated in the UK before moving back to NZ where she completed her General Practice training at Manurewa Medical.  Her bright and cheerful nature shows through as she loves all aspects of GP care, and enjoys working in South Auckland.

 
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Dr Tristan Burtenshaw
General Practitioner

Tristan (MBChB, FRNZCGP) trained at The University of Otago and has previously worked at North Shore, Auckland and Starship Hospitals before Joining Manurewa Medical in 2011 where he completed his General Practice training. He enjoys all aspects of General Practice.

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Dr Rowan Percival
General Practitioner

Rowan (BSc, MBChB, FRNZCGP) studied medicine at The University of Auckland and initially worked at Waitakere and North Shore Hospitals before moving to American Samoa with her family, where she worked in Emergency Medicine for three years. Rowan returned to New Zealand in 2011 to complete her specialty training in General Practice and after working in Rural General Practice in Opotiki for a number of years, returned to Auckland in 2016. Rowan enjoys all aspects of General Practice with a particular interest in Women's, Youth and Pacific Health.

Dr Angela Ballinger
General Practitioner

Angela (MBChB, BApp Sc, Dip Paed,  PG Cert Womens Health, BCom) grew up in Christchurch and graduated from the University of Otago.  After several years working in Tauranga Hospital, she moved to Auckland to complete her GP training.  Angela trained as a Registrar at Manurewa Medical and has now returned as a permanent GP.   Angela has particular interests in children's and women's health.