The Doctors Hauraki Corner

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The Doctors Hauraki Corner is a satellite clinic to our larger centre, The Doctors Fred Thomas, with whom we share a close relationship. Our general practitioners, along with a team of supporting medical professionals, deliver quality comprehensive general practice services to North Shore’s diverse population. In addition to the general practice services provided to families and individuals, we also offer a range of clinics for diabetes, asthma, weight management, and smoking cessation. Other services provided include medicals for health insurance, immigration, travel and diving certification.


We currently have limited supply of the MMR vaccine and are prioritising high risk patients as per the Ministry of Health guidelines - 16th September 2019

Our Services

Long Term Conditions Care and Support

Diabetes management and checks
Insulin starts
All respiratory conditions and COPD
All heart failure care
Care Plus - a lifestyle plan that includes 4 regular follow-ups



Minor Surgery

Many conditions do not need to be referred to a specialist or hospital. The Doctors Fred Thomas GPs offer fast and competent removal and biopsies of skin lesions, lumps and bumps. Other services include removal of benign moles and skin tags and ingrown toenail surgery. If your insurance company is Southern Cross then we use the "Easy-Claim" process and the insurance company is directly billed.

Vasectomies - download our brochure we are an affiliated provider with Southern Cross for vasectomies
Circumcision - download our brochure  
Liquid nitrogen (cryotherapy)



Sexual Health and STIs

Confidential consultations

Hours and Fees

The Doctors Hauraki

Standard Hours

Monday to Friday:  8.30am - 5pm 

After Hours

Outside of our hours and those at The Doctors Fred Thomas and you, a family member or a friend are feeling unwell, please contact or visit Shorecare 24/7 Accident and Medical Clinic on phone (09) 486 7777 at Sovereign House, 74 Taharoto Road, Smales Farm, Takapuna.

Main Clinic:  The Doctors Fred Thomas

2 Fred Thomas Drive, Takapuna

Monday to Thursday:   8am - 7pm; Friday:   8am - 5pm; Saturday - walk-in clinic:   9am - 12:30pm closed through January and resuming 15 February 2020.  

NB: All prices are subject to change without prior notice

Standard GP Consultation Monday - Friday

Age (years) Enrolled Casual
with CSC
 Non CSC
Child 0 - 12 FREE $26  $26 FREE $25
13 - 17 years $36 $56  $71 $47 $51
18 - 24 years $51 $66  $76 $47 $51
25 - 64 years $61.50 $71  $86 $51 $71
65+ years $56 $71  $86 $47 $71



Payment is due at the time of consultation. 
CSC = Community Services Card holder

(Hauraki Corner copy)


Standard GP Consultation Saturdays

Age (years) Enrolled Casual
with CSC
 Non CSC
 0 - 12 years $25 $38   $48 $25 $45
13 - 17 years $48 $68  $83 $59 $63
18 - 24 years $63 $78  $88 $59 $63
25 - 64 years $73.50 $83  $98 $63 $83
65+ years $68 $83  $98 $59 $83



Payment is due at the time of consultation. 
CSC = Community Services Card holder


Our Doctors

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Graham Desborough

MB ChB (Auckland); FRNZCGP

Dr Graham Desborough's specialist interests within General Practice include General and Paediatric medicine, while outside medicine he continues to be an active mountaineer, skier and photographer. He is father to three daughters and grandfather to four lovely grandchildren that all live in Auckland.

Dr Arthur Young

MB ChB (Otago); Dip Obst (Auckland); FRNZCGP


Dr Arthur Young’s special interests are family medicine and minor surgery. Dr Young has been in practice on the Shore for over 30 years and is a Fellow with the Royal NZ College of GPs. You can book appointments with him at both Fred Thomas and Hauraki Corner. 
On his days off he enjoys his golf, family, his granddaughters and wine tasting.

Enrol Now

We warmly welcome new patients. To enrol with us you can come and talk to us at reception, or download our enrolment form below. Please fill in all the sections and send back to us by email, post, fax or bring it in with you.  

We may need you to bring in an original ID document (such as Birth Certificate or Passport) during your first visit. Please call our team to find out, or if you have any other questions about enrolling with us.

If you are a visitor to the region and need medical care, you are also welcome. Please call our friendly team for an appointment.  All visitors and casual patients, please be aware that extra charges can apply when you are not enrolled.

If you would like to know more about what it means to enrol and what the benefits are click here for general Enrolment information.

Download our enrolment form here and see the checklist of acceptable identification documents here

Latest News

Staff Bio


Iris Shi, Practice Nurse

The best practice techniques adopted at The Doctors Fred Thomas motivates an aspirational member of the clinical team to excel in her role.

Practice nurse, Iris Shi joined The Doctors in June 2018 and she says the consistent use of proven clinical techniques ensures all patients receive high standards of care, all the time.

“The nursing team works with highly qualified and experienced doctors, and we are all supported to do what we are best at,” says Iris.

Her role includes immunising patients for general population health as well as administering vaccines to people travelling to international destinations where there are health risks.

Iris and the charge nurse carryout smear tests for cervical health, which takes the pressure off busy doctors and it is slightly cheaper to see a nurse for this routine procedure.

The nursing team can also change dressings and use liquid nitrogen to treat small skin lesions and growths, such as warts.

In fact, Iris’s day can include anything from doing pre-employment medicals, to carrying out electrocardiography (ECG) to monitor the electrical activity of a patient’s heart.

“A great day is when I see a patient for one routine procedure, such as a smear test.

“They are generally healthy and we may seldom see them, so this is an opportunity to check other health indicators, including blood pressure, stress levels and weight.”

It is like a mini check-up and if a health concern arises, Iris refers patients to their doctor and their improved well-being is a positive outcome that she feels good about initiating.

Iris developed her varied professional skillset throughout four years of practice nurse experience at a Remuera medical centre and prior to that, she was a nurse at a rest home hospital.

She studied nursing at The University of Auckland and has undertaken professional development throughout her career.

Recently Iris got married and the couple bought their first home, located on the North Shore.

Her free time is spent renovating and enjoying simple activities, like watching movies or walking so they can save money for further décor improvements.

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