Dr Madeline Gee (she/her)
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Ko Madeline Gee tōku ingoa
Kia ora, I graduated from Auckland Medical School in 2012. I continued to live and work in Auckland Hospitals until I saw the light and, after a period of time off travelling, moved to Wellington in 2016 where I enrolled in the GP training programme and never looked back! I have a particular interest in Māori health, LGBTQI health and youth health but really love the different challenges faced in general practice and would be happy to see all varieties of patients. I am a Fellow of the Royal NZ College of GPs.
Usual days: Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays with an evening clinic on Tuesdays
Dr Elton Nguy
MBChB Otago 2013, PGCertWHlth
I graduated from Otago University in 2013 while at Christchurch Hospital. I moved to Wellington in 2015 to be with family and to get further work experience. Prior to starting in General Practice in 2017 I had spent 18 months doing Emergency Medicine and 12 months in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. I consider myself a generalist but have particular interests in women’s health (which I have completed post-graduate study for) and minor procedures.
Usual days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday (with an evening clinic on Tuesdays).
Dr Aimee Norman (she / her)
MbCHb, PGCertWHlth, FRNZCGP
I grew up in a (very) small Waikato town, and left for Dunedin in 2009 to start my medical degree. A few years later in 2012 I moved to Wellington to complete my clinical training. I intended to carry on back north after graduation but met my husband here and never quite left.
After a few years working in Wellington and Hutt hospitals I entered the General Practice training programme. I enjoy all aspects of general practice and have particular interests in gynaecology, sexual health and fertility. I completed my Postgraduate Certificate in Womens’ Health in 2019. I became a Fellow of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners in 2021.
Outside of work I am usually busy chasing my toddler but with whatever time is left I enjoy baking and am a member of the Wellington chapter of Good Bitches Baking.
Usual days: Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.
Dr Caitlyn O’Fallon
I am a Wellington local, born and raised up the road in Ngaio. I studied medicine at the University of Otago, graduating with an MBChB and a Diploma in Child Health. After a few years of studying in Dunedin and working in Christchurch, I am enjoying being back in my Tūrangawaewae and getting to know the Newlands community. I enjoy all aspects of general practice, and particularly like working with young people and their families, mental health, and women’s health.
Usual days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday