We aim to provide you with the best care in a bright, modern environment.
As an accident and medical clinic, we have cared for the people living and working in our area for many years. We were previously known as Albany Basin Accident and Medical and our former building was on the corner of Upper Harbour Hwy and Unsworth Dr. The new location is a lot easier for most people now with motorway access north, south and west, ample parking and more onsite services. We have a café adjoining the waiting room, 7 day pharmacy, full radiology services, a plaster room, urgent dentists, lab collection and physio with onsite orthopaedic clinics, skin clinics, as well as ear, nose and throat specialists and audiology.
Our aim is to provide you with the best care in a bright, modern environment. We try to do this as quickly, efficiently and respectfully as we can. This means we use innovations such as online registrations and bookings, e-prescriptions (optional) and skilled triage.
7 days (including public holidays) - 8am - 6:30pm
5 Home Place, Albany, North Shore
New Zealand-born Peter completed his medical training at Auckland University, obtaining an additional qualification in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, with an interest in pediatrics (children) and sports medicine.
Peter is a Police Medical Officer, a doctor for the NZ Maritime Safety Authority, NZ Customs and a Panel doctor for the Australian Consulate.
Peter enjoys the broad spectrum of general practice with a particular focus on urgent/accident care, wound management and minor surgery.
In his spare time, Peter loves keeping fit by cycling, going to the gym, swimming and horse riding. He is married with two daughters.
Born in Scotland, Tanya qualified at Aberdeen University in 1991, and attained her Membership of the College of General Practice (UK) in 1995.
Tanya worked as a Principal GP in both England and Scotland for many years before becoming an Emergency Medical Practitioner working in Accident and Emergency and Out of Hours general practice. Tanya has an interest in family planning and minor surgery as well as urgent care.
Tanya is married, with one teenage daughter. She and her family have recently moved from Scotland to Auckland and are looking forward to enjoying their new life in New Zealand.
In her spare time Tanya loves to relax by taking long beach walks with her dog.
Dr. Minić was born and raised in the former Yugoslavia before gaining her medical degree from the University of Belgrade's Faculty of Medicine.
Tanja completed her registration in New Zealand in 2004 and was trained by some of the country's leading specialists in the assessment and treatment of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. She also became a Fellow of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners before establishing herself on Auckland's North Shore.
Dr. Minić enjoys the variety of general practice and believes that health promotion, disease prevention and continuity of care are the most important factors in general practice. Her areas of specialty include women's health, paediatrics and preventative medicine.
Outside of medicine you will find her spending time with family (her two boys are her joy and inspiration), going to the theatre, sampling excellent food, listening to music and walking her beloved dog.
Amna was born in Lahore, Pakistan, did her medicine degree from King Edward Medical University. She is settled in Auckland now for 8 years with her family.
Amna has worked in diverse locations including Taranaki Base Hospital, North Shore hospital, Auckland City Hospital and Starship in multiple specialities, before joining general practice. She has special interest in family medicine, women's health, children's health and minor surgeries. She is currently working towards her General Practice fellowship and post graduate certification in women's health.
In her spare time, Amna enjoys spending time with her family and friends, watching TV, and travelling.
Currently on Maternity Leave. Joyce grew up on the North Shore of Auckland since emigrating here from Hong Kong with her family. She speaks English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
She attended the local primary and high schools, and graduated from the University of Auckland in 2014. Since then, she has worked across all the Auckland district health boards and completed a post-graduate diploma in Paediatrics.
Currently Joyce is completing her fellowship training towards General Practice and has a special interest in Paediatrics and Women's health.
Outside of work, she enjoys travelling, playing team sports and cooking. She is very excited to be able to serve and give back to the community she grew up in.
I enjoy being part of an efficient and caring patient oriented team. I really enjoy working together with my medical colleagues to achieve good outcomes for patients. I completed my medical training at the University of Auckland School of Medicine and have an interest in Urgent Care, Paediatrics and Minor surgery as well as health care for the elderly.
I live on my farm where I'm also a farmer and run beef cattle as well as a few chickens. In my spare time I enjoy flying light aircraft and almost anything to do with aviation, the outdoors, hiking, spending time with family, cars, fishing, computers and gadgets, gardening, music including playing the piano accordion.
Anuj is an experienced GP who graduated from National University of Singapore (NUS) in 1999. After various postings in tertiary hospitals in Singapore, he became a GP in 2004 and completed a Master in Family Medicine (NUS) in 2012.
In 2016 he relocated to New Zealand for the great Kiwi lifestyle. He earned the Fellowship of the Royal NZ College of GP in 2018. Anuj enjoys the varied nature of General Practice, and has a special interest in Men's Health, Diabetes Care and Skin Lesions.
When he is not working, Anuj loves to explore the lovely trails around Auckland with his Kiwi friends and hanging out with his teenage children and chooks at home.
Graham graduated from Auckland Medical School in 1977. He then spent 6 years working overseas, including in his birth country of England where he gained diplomas in Child Health, Obstetrics and Anaesthetics. His growing family returned to NZ in 1982 and he has been working in General Practice ever since.
Intrigued by human behaviour, Graham wrote his master's dissertation on the cognitive approaches to judgement and decision making, which he then followed up with his first book "How the Brain thinks" which shows how brain function leads to behaviour.
Outside of his medical career, he loves spending time with his 3 daughters and 4 grandchildren. You can also spot him in NZ's wonderful outdoors, climbing mountains and taking photos.
Matt completed his medical training at Auckland University in 2019, following his Bachelor's degree in Nutrition with honours and previously having worked in Avionics with the NZ Airforce.
Matt's medical interests are in mental health, sleep medicine and Urgent Care.
Outside of work you will find Matt spending time with his friends and family, going to the gym, playing football, and tinkering with his car.