I was born in Sri Lanka but grew up in the UK. My medical degree is from Oxford University. I moved to New Zealand in 2005 with my husband, Andrew, an ENT surgeon at Waikato Hospital. I have a wide range of postgraduate medical experience and also a Masters in Public Health from the University of Auckland. I have two children and we have been proud Waikato residents since 2012.

Special interests: all aspects of general practice but particularly preventative health, women's health and chronic disease management.

I am passionate about providing the best possible care for my patients and I think it is my role as a GP to not only look after people when they are unwell, but also to support them to optimize their health and wellbeing.

I am from originally from Colombia, South America. I did my medical training in its capital, Bogota. After graduating, I worked in Colombia as a GP for four years. I moved to New Zealand in 2006, and trained in General Medicine at Taranaki Base Hospital and Waikato Hospital. 

I have been working in general practice for the last five years and became a Fellow of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners in July 2017. 

I am married to a New Zealander and have one child. We have been living in the Waikato for the last seven years and we love it here.

My special interest  is adult medicine and chronic long-term conditions.

I believe having a trustful and respectful relationship with my patients is very important. Every day I work to provide the best possible care for my patients. 

I spent my childhood in Dollar, Scotland. My training was at St Andrews and Manchester Universities in the UK.

I married my wife at her family farm in North Yorkshire. We have three lovely children and have been in this beautiful country for about four years. I have recently taken up cycling and enjoy getting into the great outdoors here.

I have worked in general practice for eight years. Over the last few years I have been involved in projects aiming to bring new technology in to general practice as well as teaching GP registrars and newly qualified doctors.

I have a special interest in headache medicine and I am developing an interest in sports injuries. I am very much looking forward to being your local GP.

Sue has extensive experience as a manager in primary care, and prior to that, in the hospital setting. She is a proud mother and grandmother. When not at Cambridge Family Health, she is likely to be found in her garden. She also enjoys cooking, playing tennis and supporting her grandchildren in their various sporting endeavours. She is the Chair of the Cambridge Garden Club and is also a very talented seamstress.
I was born and raised in Cambridge and have recently returned with my husband and three children after living in Australia for 14 years.

Having worked in Medical Centres in the Gold Coast & previously in Cambridge I have experience with all aspects of medical administration and reception. I am passionate about delivering a very high standard of customer service to patients.

My husband & I are looking forward to raising our children in Cambridge and enjoying the relaxed and safe environment it offers.

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