Dr Kim Lawson was born in Christchurch and has lived in many places around NZ. She trained at Otago University and then went to Invercargill for a position at Southland Hospital. Kim then worked in Paediatrics at Christchurch Public Hospital before becoming a GP. She enjoys the variety of General Practice and has many interests. Kim particularly enjoys the continuity of care and getting to know her patients and their families.
Dr Mark Rogers trained in Yorkshire. He travelled to NZ for a working holiday in ’95 and liked it so much he decided to stay. Mark always wanted to be a GP with the diversity and challenges it brings. He also has qualifications and experience in family planning which includes a variety of contraceptive options.
Dr David Robertson is an experienced GP who trained at Otago. David provides cover for our doctors when they are on leave. David is also fluent in Spanish.
Dr Lauren Antley is originally from Wales and graduated from Bristol, UK in 2009. Lauren has been working in Christchurch since 2012 focussing on paediatrics and women’s health until starting her GP training from late 2015. Lauren has a postgraduate diploma in women’s health (Uni Otago, 2014 Dip Obs Med Gynae) and is experienced at inserting and removing IUDs and the contraceptive implant, which can be done at the practice. She is also a prescriber of PrEP. Lauren also works for the Christchurch Sexual assault service. In her free time, you might spot Lauren surfing at any of New Zealand’s surf breaks in her campervan with her partner and their dog.
Dr Clark Stevenson trained at Otago University and has worked in NZ since 2015. Clark is new to General Practice but he brings several years of experience in neuroscience and ophthalmology (eye medicine). In his free time, Clark is training in fine arts and tries his best at surfing and rock climbing.
Dr Omeed Howey is joining us in August 22. He is originally from Timaru and trained in Christchurch. He is an experienced GP who also has a surgical background and advanced training in dermatology. He also enjoys all other areas of General Practice and getting to know his patients over time. In his free time Omeed is kept busy with his two young children.
Health Improvement Practitioners (HIP) work with our clinicians to provide immediate support to our patients when required. This includes practical assistance with stress and problems of living. They see children, youth, families & adults of any age. The appointments are for 30 minutes and the service is free. Sally is currently our HIP at ProMed. She is originally from England where she trained and worked as an Occupational Therapist. She moved to NZ in 1996 and made Christchurch her home. Sally specialises in mental health and is an experienced alcohol and drug counsellor. She has an interest in holistic health and well-being, and enjoys being among the hills or by the sea in her free time.