Stoddard Road Medical Centre

223 Stoddard Road, Mt Roskill
Auckland 1041

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Dr Raymond Chan

General Practitioner, Vocationally Registered, Honorary senior lecturer with Department of General Practice

Qualifications: MBChB ,Dip Obst, FRNZCGP

Dr Raymond Chan is a 3rd generation Kiwi. His grandfathers came to NZ in the 1920s and his grandmothers in 1939 to flee the war in China and join their husbands. He went to Mt Albert Grammar, left after 6th form and then to Auckland Medical School. After his GP training and a Kiwi big OE he settled into his job as a GP at Stoddard Road Medical Centre in 1989. He has been here ever since. In his spare time he plays guitar and runs marathons.

Dr Benjamin Liu

General Practitioner, Vocationally Registered, GPEP 1 Teacher

Qualifications: MBChB, DCH,  FRNZCGP

Dr Ben Liu was born in Hong Kong and migrated to New Zealand in 1991 with his family. He speaks English, Cantonese and Mandarin. He went to Rosmini Colleage and pursued his career in medicine at the University of Otago. He completed his medical school training at Christchurch Hospital and continued GP training in Auckland. He joined Stoddard Road Medical Centre as a partner in 2015, taking over from Dr So who had worked here for over 40 year.

When Dr Ben Liu is not working, you are likely to find him in the water attempting to perfect the art of windsurfing, working hard to remain fit at the gym, playing a hard game of badminton or spending time with family and friends.

Currently Dr Ben Liu is not accepting any new enrolment. 

Dr Gary Maclachlan

General Practitioner, Vocationally Registered, Honorary senior lecturer with Department of General Practice

Qualifications: MBChB, Dip Obs, Dip Ger Med, FRNZCGP

Dr Gary Maclachlan has lived in Auckland most of his life after growing up in small country towns before moving to Mount Albert and attending MAGS. His medical training was undertaken at the University of Auckland, followed by four years of hospital training. He joined Stoddard Road Medical Centre in 1993 and has really enjoyed seeing the practice grow and develop over the years. He was previously very involved in providing maternity care which regrettably he is no longer able to offer. He has a special interest in care of the elderly and looks after two large rest homes which he visits twice weekly. He lives in Mount Eden with his wife. Their children are now both at university. When he is not working he spends his time reading, cycling and fishing.

Dr Iain Maclean

General Practitioner, Vocationally Registered, Honorary senior lecturer with Department of General Practice

Qualifications: MBChB, Dip Obs, D.A UK, FRNZCGP

Dr Iain Maclean is a born and bred Aucklander and obtained his medical degree at Auckland University. He travelled overseas and while in London obtained a Diploma in Anaesthesia and on returning to Auckland did a further year of anaesthesia before deciding that he preferred to talk to his patients rather than putting them to sleep. He obtained a Diploma in Obstetrics and having bought a practice in Mt Roskill in 1992, delivered babies for about 10 years. It has been rewarding for Dr Iain Maclean to see that some of those babies he delivered are grown up and having families of their own.

Dr Iain Maclean is married and has 3 children, 2 of whom are now at University and one still at High School. Apart from spending time with his family he tries to stay fit with Mountain biking and is often sporting a bruise or two, and some people might not know he is also learning to play the drums.

Dr Queenie Son

General Practitioner

Qualifications: MBChB, MRNZCGP

Dr. Queenie (Sung-Eun), Son is originally from South Korea, but has lived in New Zealand for over 15 years. She went to St. Cuthbert’s College, and completed her medical training in the University of Otago in 2012. Then she spent number of years working in major hospitals in Auckland before joining GP training.

Dr. Son enjoys all aspects of general practice. She believes in patient- centred healthcare where the best health outcomes are coming from having a good communication with patients and listening to their concerns and values.

In her spare time, Dr. Queenie Son enjoys various sports including scuba diving, skiing and staying active at the gym.

Currently Dr Queenie Son is not accepting any new enrolment. 


Dr Tina-Anne Southgate

General Practitioner, Vocationally Registered

Qualifications: BHB, MBChB, Dip Paed, Dip Obs, FRNZCGP

Dr Tina-Anne Southgate is originally from Christchurch. She graduated with a medical degree from the University of Auckland in 2001.  She has a special interest in Paediatrics and gained a Diploma of Paediatrics in 2003, followed by a Diploma in Obstetrics in 2005.  She attained her GP membership in 2007, followed by part-time work and full-time parenting, completing her General Practice Fellowship in 2011.  She adds the experience of having two delightful young children to her role as a family doctor.

Dr Oonagh Turner

General Practitioner, Vocationally Registered, Qualifications: MBChB, DRCOG, MRCGP, FRNZCGP

Dr Oonagh is English by birth and studied and worked in Birmingham before moving to New Zealand with her husband in 2002.  They now have 3 teenage children and love the more relaxed, outdoor lifestyle.  She has always been keen on sport and now concentrates on the swim, bike, and run of triathlon.  She has worked at Stoddard Road since the new medical centre building opened 12 years ago.

Dr Richard Lowe

General Practitioner

Qualifications: MBChB, MRNZCGP, Clin Dip Pall Med.

Dr Richard Lowe was born and raised in Auckland. He is a graduate of Auckland Medical School. He is of mixed European and Chinese heritage but speaks only English. He is from a family of health professionals, and is following in the footsteps of his grandfather who was also a GP in Auckland. Dr Lowe comes to us from Mercy Hospice where he was working in his special interest area of Palliative Care and End-of-Life Care. (Dr Lowe has a Clinical Diploma in Palliative Medicine). He is passionate that we think holistically when managing people’s health issues.

Outside of work Dr Lowe loves football (soccer), his children, and admits he should also mention his wife.

Dr Mark Huang

GPEP1 Registrar.

Dr Mark Huang is originally from China and migrated to New Zealand with his family in 2002. He went to Mount Albert Grammar School followed by completing his medical training at University of Otago in 2016.
After graduation he worked in Dunedin Public Hospital and various urgent care clinics in Auckland prior to joining GP training.
Outside of work Dr Huang spends his time reading, hiking and staying fit at the gym.











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