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Jane Heatherington

Jane Heatherington – Doctor

I was trained in the UK and came to New Zealand for my OE, met my “kiwi hubby” and I am still here 15 years later, with two wonderful little girls who keep me very busy. I have been working at Linwood for the past nine years and enjoy the long term relationships in this practice.

I find I really enjoy the wide scope of work that general practice offers and have special interests in Medical Education, Mental Health, Women’s Health, Dermatology and Palliative Care. My other interests include cycling, running in the Port Hills and swimming in the ocean during the summer months.

Katey Yeowart

Katey Yeowart – Doctor

I joined the team at Linwood in June of 2018 after moving to New Zealand with my husband and daughter.

I'm originally from England where I studied at Guys Kings and St. Thomas' University in London. Before becoming a GP, my training included a Masters in Public Health and a couple of years in hospital medicine.

I enjoy the outdoors, particularly hiking and skiing. I'm hoping to pick up surfing soon!

Chloe Dearlove

Chloe Dearlove – Doctor

I studied medicine in Manchester, England and moved to New Zealand in 2006. I carried out my GP training in Christchurch, New Zealand.

I joined Linwood Medical Centre in February 2018 after moving here from Timaru.

I really enjoy General Practice Medicine particularly family planning and women's health. Outside of work, I enjoy running, mountain biking and attempting to play the ukelele.

Steve Lewis

Steve Lewis

I completed my initial training at Otago University.

I joined Linwood in 2016 after spending almost 30 years running Woolston Medical Rooms.

I got into general practice because for the pleasure of looking after people and love general medicine. Outside of work, I enjoy skiing and tramping.

Malcolm Stoney

Malcolm Stoney – Doctor

I graduated Medical School in Auckland in 2002 after enjoying a medical elective in Nepal helping treat patients with leprosy, children with cleft lip and palate, and trekking in the Himalayas. During my house officer year in Timaru I traveled to Europe and worked in England for a year. I then decided to return to Christchurch where I worked in Christchurch Hospital before entering the General Practice training scheme in 2007. I have been working at Linwood Medical Centre since 2009, and passed my Fellowship examination here. I now have a busy home with three children and I still occasionally enjoy mountain biking and running. I am also interested in coffee and photography.

Lisa Borgman

Lisa Borgman

Originally from Dunedin, I have lived and worked all over New Zealand.

I have a passion for people, their health and well being, and feel very privileged to be working in the world of general practice. I entered medicine with a background in physiotherapy and have special interests and post graduate qualifications in sports medicine, child health, obstetrics and gynaecology.

Outside of work I enjoy all things outdoors including snow-boarding and biking (of any kind), as well as food, friends, and family. My most cherished time is that spent with my partner and our three children.

Maira Patu

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Clinton Newbury

Clinton Newbury – Doctor

After graduating with an associate degree in Architecture, I worked for Team New Zealand in their successful 1995 America’s Cup challenge as a draftsman and sailor. I then moved to San Diego for six years to work on the design of America’s Cup class yachts for Dennis Conner. In 2004 I moved back to New Zealand to study medicine. During my training I worked as a Paramedic with St John. After working as an ENT and Cardiothoracic Registrar in Wellington, I joined the GP training program. In 2012 I moved to Christchurch to be part of the re-build and now work as a GP Registrar with a particular interest in Minor Surgery, Vasectomies and Dermoscopy. In my spare time I am learning to play polo and enjoy getting out on my mountain bike, exploring the hills around Christchurch.

Grant Callaghan

Grant Callaghan – Doctor

I graduated from the University of Glasgow Medical School in 2002, and went on to complete my GP training in Glasgow. I worked as a GP in Glasgow and Edinburgh for seven years, then moved to New Zealand with my wife in 2014. I have a special interest in skin cancer diagnosis and management, and I have the Australasian Skin Cancer College Certificate of Dermoscopy. I am happy to be able to offer full skin checks and mole checks at our practice. In addition to my GP work I have an additional role as the GP lead for dermatology in Canterbury. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my wife and my son, exploring the beautiful outdoors of New Zealand.

Lucy Page-Dalton

Lucy Page-Dalton – Doctor

I started working at Linwood in 2017. I enjoy all aspects of general practice but have a particular interest in Women's Health and Child Health.

In my spare time I enjoy exploring Christchurch and the surrounding district.

Richard Griffiths

Richard Griffiths – Doctor

I have been working at Linwood Medical Centre since 2008. My main role being that of Weekend Doctor which involves emergency medicine and after hours care for the patient base at the Medical Centre and the wider community.

I live in the country with my wife and two little girls, our two sheep, three pigs, three cats and two dogs. My love of animals also extends to an interest in veterinary science. I am a vegetarian and my pet hate is flying.

Bronwyn Graham

Bronwyn Graham – Doctor

I joined the Linwood team in April 2014. I have an interest in Paediatrics and Refugee Medicine. As well as working in the New Zealand health sector, I have been involved in development work in Kabul, Afghanistan.

I also serve on the international board of Hagar International, which assists women and children who have been victims of severe human rights' abuse in Afghanistan, Cambodia and Vietnam. When not busy working I enjoy walking, reading and spending time with my family.