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Staff at Greenstone Family Clinic

Dr Bruce ArrollDr Bruce Arroll

Bruce is married and father of three. He has practiced in Manurewa since 1991. Bruce has a background in research and is a noted author on patient care within a General Practice. He is also the Professor of General Practice at the Auckland Medical School. His website: Focused Acceptance & Commitment Therapy in Primary Care & other resources.

Dr Michael MorrisonDr Michael Morrison

Michael has been working in Manurewa since 2004. He brings with him a special interest in the medical care of children, sports injuries, general practice and minor surgery. Michael is married to our Dr Juliet Ee-May Tay.

Dr Juliet Ee-May TayDr Juliet Ee-May Tay

Juliet graduated from Otago University Medical School and brings with her six years of general hospital medicine experience with a special interest in women's and children's health. She is mother to three lovely children and wife of our Dr Michael Morrison.

Dr David ChouDr David Chou

David has been a GP since 2002. He grew up in Taiwan and came to New Zealand in 1989. He was trained at Otago Medical School and graduated in 1998. David enjoys all areas of general practice and has special interest in ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat), skin lesions and minor surgeries. David speaks English and Mandarin fluently.

Dr Kate HarrisonDr Kate Harrison

Kate graduated from medical school in Cardiff in 2005 and worked in hospitals around South Wales until moving to NZ in 2007 and gaining experience in the hospitals around Auckland. She started her GP training in 2011 and has worked at Greenstone since then. She likes all aspects of General Practice but has a special interest in Women's Health, Paediatrics and Ophthalmology.

Dr Ruth LumsdennDr Ruth Lumsden

BSc, MBChB, Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Fellow of the Royal NZ College of GPs. Ruth trained at Auckland Medical School. Since completing the General Practice Training Programe in 1993, Ruth has worked in general practice, including community women's health and high schools, and enjoys its diversity.

Nurse Practitioner Karen HoareNurse Practitioner Karen Hoare

Karen originally trained as an adult and children's nurse at the Hospital for Sick Children, Gt. Ormond St, London and Watford General Hospital. She qualified as a health visitor in 1985 (specialist community public health nurse). Karen's training as a nurse practitioner occurred during a two year posting to the Medical Research Council's Dunn Nutrition Unit in The Gambia, West Africa where her research career was also launched.

Karen runs the nurse-led children's clinic on Tuesday mornings, Thursday afternoons, and one Saturday per month.

Jess TipladyNurse Practitioner Jess Tiplady

Graduated from a Registered Nurse to Nurse Practitioner early 2017. Although I work across all areas of general practice, I really enjoy health promotion and education in particular with the youth.

Nurse DevikaNurse Devika Dayal

Devika is born and educated in Fiji. She has worked for almost four years within the Fiji hospital system. Devika moved to New Zealand in 2005 and has worked as a Practice Nurse since then.

Devika is directly involved in chronic care management. She recently got her post graduate diploma in Advanced Nursing from the University of Auckland.

Nurse AnnaNurse Anna Lehmann

Anna is a graduate nurse having started March 2014 at the clinic. She was born and raised locally and studies at the University of Auckland. Anna enjoys the lifespan care and family / community feel to primary care, and looks forward to working alongside the patients and staff at Greenstone Clinic.

Nurse ZacNurse Zachariah 'Zac' Manson

Graduated from University of Auckland in 2017, I have a keen interest in sports medicine, male sexual health and drug & alcohol rehabilitation.

Nurse LarissaNurse Larissa Sproul

Graduated from University of Auckland in 2017, I have a keen interest in child/youth health.

Raquel KakaRaquel Kaka

Started as a medical receptionist at Greenstone in 2015. As demand grew in the clinic, my role as a Healthcare Assistant was created in 2016.

Lived, worked in the medical field of South Auckland for 10 years.

Administration Team

Our reception team Rixanne, Karen, Ana and Tes look forward to hearing from you.

Sharon RukaSharon Ruka

I started my career in Manurewa working at The Peoples Centre as a volunteer helping the local people with their benefit entitlements, budgeting support then eventually setting up the Medical Centre.

I have worked all around the Auckland area for different organisations in the capacity of Team/ Practice Manager which I have found to be a very challenging and interesting position and have thoroughly enjoyed.

Karen LytollisKaren Lytollis

With more than 30 years experience as a medical receptionist I started at GFC in May 2016.

Rixanne FergussonRixanne Fergusson

Rixanne has over 10 years of medical receptionist and administration experience. She previously worked for the University of Auckland for the Department of Optometry and Vision Science at the Tamaki Campus which then merged into The University of Auckland Clinics.

Rixanne is interested in travelling, photography, scrap booking and genealogy.

Rose SilvesterRose Silvester

Working as a Medical Receptionist, I'm a local having lived and worked in South Auckland all my life. I have certainly seen lots of changes in this community over that time.

TesTes Williams

Tes is our medical office administrator. She has been with Greenstone since its inception. She is from the Philippines, is married to a New Zealander, and has two children. She holds a degree in Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences, and double majored in Psychology and Sociology.

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