Dr Tony Jackson
MBChB (Otago 1994), FRNZCGP
I graduated from Otago University School of Medicine in 1994 and have been working in General Practice since 1999. I have been at Newlands since 2003.
I enjoy all aspects of General Practice, and have special interests in improving health outcomes for all of our patients, reducing inequalities, and skin cancers.
I also teach Medical students and GP registrars.
Usual days: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday with an evening Clinic on Wednesdays.
Dr Anna Davison
I graduated from Otago University School of Medicine in 1993. I then completed postgraduate qualifications in paediatrics (1996) and in obstetrics and gynaecology (1998). I have worked in general practice since 1999, and am a Fellow of the Royal NZ College of GPs. I started working at Newlands Medical Centre in 2006 and really enjoy this great practice. I am interested in all aspects of family medicine, especially asthma management, child health, and gynaecology.
Usual days: Thursday and Friday
Dr Anne O’Connor
I grew up on the West Coast of the South Island.
I graduated in Medicine from Otago University in 1992. I trained in General Practice in both New Zealand and the UK before returning to start work at Petone Union Health for 17 years.
I am a Fellow of the Royal NZ College of GPs. I have been working as a locum for the last year and enjoyed my time at Newlands with its great organisation and team, so am very happy to be starting a permanent role here.
I am a generalist but have an interest in Chronic Disease management, reducing inequalities and palliative care.
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