Meet our doctors

Our practice team of doctors, nurses and reception staff work together to help give you access to the care you need.
Tom Bye

Tom Byeedit

Dr

MBChB

Originally from Auckland, Dr Tom Bye left for medical training in the South Island graduating from the University of Otago Medical School. Following graduation he returned to Auckland and Northland to work as a Doctor, joining The Doctors Mangere in 2015 as a training registrar for 6 months, and then returned here full time in 2017.

Tom is an advanced trainee in both the Colleges of Urgent Care and General Practice. His areas of special interest are Paediatrics, Youth Health, ENT and Plastics. Tom previously worked as a Registrar in ENT (ear, nose, throat) at Auckland and Middlemore Hospitals, Plastics/Burns at Middlemore, ED (emergency department) in Whangarei, ICU (intensive care unit) at Northshore and Auckland. Tom also worked as a House Officer at Middlemore and Starship.

Mazher Iqbaledit

Dr

  

Monica Nuaedit

Dr

MBChb, FRNZCGP

  

Dr. Allan Tee

Dr. Allan Teeedit

MBChB (Otago), Dip O&G, Dip Paeds, FRNZCGP, FRNZCUC - GP/Urgent Care Physician, Director/Partner

After graduating from Otago Medical School in 1997, Allan spent the first 3 years working in various hospitals. In 2001, he gained post-graduate qualification in both Pediatrics and Obstetric & Gynecology. He completed his Fellowship training for the Royal NZ college of GPs in 2004. In 2017, Allan gained his Fellowship in Royal NZ college of Urgent Care. Allan has been part of The Doctors Group for over a decade. He is the General Manager of the The Doctors, Ti Rakau and a Director/Partner of The Doctors, Mangere.  Allan enjoys all aspects of family medicine and has a special interest in minor surgery and treatment of accident and sports injuries. 

Outside of work, Allan is a busy father of two boys and enjoys the outdoors and sports, especially basketball and golf.


Murray Winiata

Murray Winiataedit

Dr

MB ChB - GP, FRNZCGP
Murray has previously worked at The Doctors Mangere as a Senior House Officer on a General Practice placement from the hospital.

He has completed a Masters in Medicine as well as holding post graduate qualifications in child health and has broad hospital experience in orthopaedics, general medicine, paediatrics, emergency medicine and psychiatry.

Murray also has experience working in the adult mental health NGO sector.
In his spare time Murray is an obsessive home barista, occasional guitarist and technology hobbyist. In the technology world he is likely better known as “NZtechfreak”.
Mark Young

Mark Youngedit

Dr

MB ChB - GP, FRNZCGP

Mark has been a GP at MFD since late 2012. He studied medicine through Auckland University and completed House Officer runs about Auckland leading up to GP training. He spent three years as a junior Doctor in Middlemore Hospital in a variety of specialties before beginning training in General Practice. Mark has GP experience in South Auckland and Wellsford. Travel, cooking, all sports and a good crime novel are among his interests when not too busy at work!

He is involved in Registrar and Senior House Officer teaching at MFD along with his clinical duties. 
Amanda Bishop

Amanda Bishopedit

Dr

MB ChB, FRNZCGP - GP
Amanda joined the practice in 2003 and is particularly interested in women’s health and mental health and well-being.

Growing up in the UK, Amanda came to New Zealand as a young adult traveller. She studied medicine in Auckland as a mature student, then completed her Fellowship training for the Royal New Zealand College of GPs in 2007

Outside of work Amanda is a busy mother of two teenage children, and enjoy fitness, walking and exploring New Zealand’s great outdoors.

Huta Tangaroa

Huta Tangaroaedit

Dr

MB ChB Dip Obs FAMPA - GP
Huta joined the Mangere team in 2006 and has rapidly become an extremely popular and well respected member of the doctor team.

Huta is originally from the Cook Islands, but has spent many years in general practice in New Zealand; Bay of Islands, West Auckland and more recently South Auckland.