Dr Cliff Ah Kit
Dr Cliff AhKit - MBChB, BHB, DipObs 1984 Auckland, FRNZCGP 2008
Born in New Zealand. Graduated from Auckland University 1980. Cliff has been working as a General Practitioner for 30 years, 17 years at MCAM and enjoys all aspects of General Practice, with special emphasis on preventative health care. Cliff is also a teacher for GP registrar.
Cliff's non-medical interests are fitness, reading and time with his family. Cliff speaks a little Cantonese.
Dr Ali Numan
Dr Ali Numan - MBChB Iraq 1989, United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) 1997, FRNZCGP 2005 -Fellowship of Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners, FRNZCUC 2014 -Fellowship of Royal New Zealand College of Urgent Care Physicians (CUCP). He has been working as a General Practitioner since 1998 in different Suburbs in Auckland until he settled in south Auckland in 2001 at Bakerfield Medical & urgent care Centre.He is also a teacher for GP registrar. Ali speaks Arabic and English.
His medical interests include a spectrum of General Practice work, Sports Medicine and Chronic Care Management. His non-medical interests include playing football, fishing, jogging and travelling.
Dr Sahar Bahnam - MBChB, Mosul Medical School, Iraq, 1981
I was born in Iraq and worked as a GP for more than 15 years before migrating to New Zealand with my family.
I am interested in all aspects of family medical care.
I enjoy working with different age group patients and in a multicultural environment with a special interest in care for Women's Health and Mental Health.
I speak two languages, English and Arabic.
Dr Lalith Martyn
Dr Lalith Martyn - M.B B.S 1984 Dip Sport Medi, 1996, DipCom.Emer, 2001, Dip Obst&Gynae 1995, 2001 FRNZCUC (Fellow of the Royal New Zealand College of Urgent Care).
Born in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Lalith Martyn graduated with his MBBS from the University of Colombo in1984.
A thirst for adventure and a love of fishing and the All Blacks brought him to New Zealand in 1988 where he worked in the public health system till 1994 when his interest in emergency medicine came to the fore and he joined the White Cross Accident and Medical Clinic in Otahuhu.
He was awarded the Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 1995; the Diploma in Sports Medicine in 1996 and the Diploma in Emergency Medicine in 2001 from the University of Auckland. He became a Fellow in Urgent Care Medicine (FRNZCUC) in 2001.
That same year he was appointed Medical Director White Cross Otahuhu and after eight years in the role relinquished the post so he could spend less time behind a desk and more time doing what he loves best: tending to patients.
The opportunity to work in a general practice that also deals in urgent care medicine proved irresistible and so he joined Bakerfield Medical & Urgent Care Clinic in May 2012.
Dr Belinda Luey
Dr Belinda Luey- MBBS 1984 (NSW)
Belinda has been working as a General Practitioner for 20 years and working at
MCAM for 11 years and her special interest is Family Care and Womens Health.
Belinda enjoys music, watching movies and reading books and enjoys the important
time with her family.
DR Josephine Herman
Dr Josephine Herman – MBBS, Dip. O&G, MPH, PhD, MRNZCGP, FNZCPH, FAFPHM
Of Cook Islands descent, and currently a RNZCGP GPEP3 registrar.
Interests: General Practice and Injury prevention in particular Road Traffic Injuries.
Dr Amitesh Kumar
I am GP and Urgent Care registrar with a wide experience of working in different medical fields, I have worked as a registrar in all four Auckland Hospitals. I am very patient focused and managing patient with the complex medical condition is my strength. I take a keen interest in Maori health, men health and preventive medicine. I can speak English, Urdu, Punjabi, Hindi and Pashtu.
Dr. Sobia Imran
I am GP for last 4 years. I moved to New Zealand in 2009 and I have wide-based hospital experience in all three Auckland DHBs. My area of interest is Women health, Child health, Maori Health and Palliative medicine. I can speak English, Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi.
Dr William Angus - MbChB Otago 2014, PGCertWHlth 2017
Originally from Christchurch. Having worked in Christchurch Hospital for a number of years as a junior doctor, William decided to transition into primary care. He is currently a RNZCGP GPEP1 registrar. He enjoys all aspects of GP work with a special interest in mental health and paediatrics. Having spent some years living in Hong Kong, William speaks a little Cantonese. Outside of work hobbies include keeping fit with jogging, social netball/soccer and judo.