Our doctors and practice nurses are professionally trained to care for your health needs - whether acute or long-term. We encourage patients to choose one of our doctors to be their regular GP. To meet our doctor team:
Dr Blanks was born in Tonga and raised on the outer island of Vavau. She speaks Tongan and has a good understanding of pacific island cultures. She obtained her medical degree from the University of Auckland in 2007, then spent five years working in NZ hospitals in a wide range of specialities. Her passion has always been to work in general practice with a patient focused model of health care. Dr Blanks became a member of the College of General Practice in 2012. She has a wide range of interests with particular focus on women's and children's health, aged care, chronic care management and preventative medicine. Dr Blanks lives locally in Green Bay. Her husband is a physiotherapist working in Avondale and during her free time she is a busy mother to two young children.
Kia ora Koutou. My name is Dr. Renee Yearsley. I’m an enthusiastic family woman, married, with a young family. I am of Christian and NZ Maori heritage. I graduated from Auckland University and at present, enjoy living and working part-time as a GP, with a particular interest in family health. As such, I have a personal belief that "Healthy, Confident families create Healthy, Confident communities". I also enjoy an active lifestyle with my own family.
Dr Wu graduated from the University of Otago in 2003. He completed his GP registrar training in Hamilton/Te Awamutu and passed primary membership exam for the Royal NZ College of GPs in 2006.
Before starting his general practice career, he worked for a year in both Dunedin Public Hospital and Royal Price Alfred Hospital in Sydney as a resident doctor and emergency department doctor.Gary has special interests in minor surgery, pediatric health, chronic conditions and health/wellbeing promotion. He moved to New Zealand with his family when he was 15. He speaks four languages which include English, Mandarin, and two other dialects.
Dr Charles Sanders trained at Stellenbosch University, South Africa. He came to New Zealand in 1966 with his family to work for The Doctors New Lynn. During his time at The Doctors New Lynn, Charles has also been appointed Medical Director of the Hyperbaric Centre in Quay Park — oxygen therapy is one of Charles' special interests. He is a Clinical Lecturer at Auckland University in the Department of General Practice. Diving medicine, minor surgery, geriatrics, wellness and healthy aging are just some of his particular fields of interest.
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The Doctors New Lynn open 8am - 8pm Monday to Friday, 9am - 3pm weekends and public holidays. On Tuesdays we're closed 1pm - 2pm for staff training. New Lynn Radiology open 9am-5pm Monday to Friday.
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West Auckland 0600
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