Yvonne has been our practice manager since 2015, having first joined the team in June 2014 as our receptionist. She has had considerable previous experience working in private medical and surgical practices.
She brings to our practice her extensive knowledge in administration and management. Yvonne has successfully achieved the computerisation of our practice and the upgrading of our practice management system.
She is Waikato born and lives in Hamilton with her husband and two teenage boys. When not at work, Yvonne is busy being a mum, Zumba dancing and skiing.
Hannah joined the practice in January 2012, with previous experience in private surgical reception work in the UK. Always ready with a smile, Hannah has played a pivotal role in the successful running of the practice, in both her administrative and receptionist roles.
Recently Hannah’s role has changed from full time receptionist to a part-time capacity at the rooms, with work shared with Yvonne. Together they bring expertise to patient care/management, administration and business management.
Hannah is Waikato born and lives in Hamilton with her husband and three children. She enjoys spending quality time with her young family.
Megan has over 15 years of experience as a procedural assistant at the practice. She has earned a reputation as a warm, friendly assistant, placing patients very much at ease with her easy going, relaxed style.
Megan assists Adam in all minor procedures that are carried out in the rooms. She brings to the practice extensive knowledge and skill and wonderful patient care in procedural work such as flexible cystoscopy, baby circumcision, vasectomy and prostate biopsy.
Megan lives in Hamilton with two of her three children and enjoys tramping, beach holidays, creative/art, decorating and photography.
Karen joined the practice in November 2012 as our medical typist. She has worked extensively both in the UK and Waikato Hospital in this role. Her out-going manner and sense of humour make her a valuable asset to the team.
Born in the UK, Karen moved to NZ in 1999 with her husband. They now live in Cambridge with their two school-aged boys, who keep her busy. When not being a taxi driver or a cheerleader, she is either cycling, walking or attending early morning fitness classes.