Doctor Gabrielle Moss – Clinical Lead – BMLSc, MBChB, FRNZCGP
Ko Puwheke taku maunga
Ko Karikari taku moana
Ko Mamaru taku waka
Ko Ngati Kahu taku iwi
Ko Gabrielle taku ingoa
My name is Gabrielle Moss. I am from Auckland originally, my iwi is Ngati Kahu of the Far North. I studied at Otago and Auckland Universities and graduated from Auckland Medical School in 2002. I have worked in general practice since I graduated. I have worked in mainly high needs communities in East Auckland and spent a year in Caboolture, Brisbane working for an Aboriginal owned practice serving indigenous families. My passions within medicine include Maori health, GLBT health and family violence prevention. Outside of work I love spending time with my 3 daughters, my partner and my mad chocolate Labrador, Tasman.
Doctor Steven B.C Tan – Adv Dip Med Sc, MBChB
I started my career approximately 10 years ago in various medical and surgical rotations within Auckland. Responding to training requirements, I relocated to Hamilton to train in Various Surgical Specialties and later spent a good year in Victoria, Australia predominantly in Bariatric and General Surgery. Eventually I returned to Auckland and trained in Emergency Medicine. As I was brought up prioritizing family and values, I gradually ventured into primary healthcare in Accident and Medical clinics and became increasingly fascinated with General Practice. I am currently a member and trainee of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners and Royal College of Urgent Care Medicine and have special interest in Minor Surgeries and long term conditions. I spend my leisure with my family and friends from all over and love staying physically active .
Melanie Barrie– Nurse Lead
Anishna Kumar– Nurse
Alicia Caulton – Nurse
Reception and Administration team
Marion, Krystyna, Linda and Ngaire