Dr Kawshi De Silva (Medical Director)
Dr Huma Naveed
Dr Wei (Robert) Jing
As a well-established medical centre we have served our community for more than 40 years in Te Atatu South, West Auckland. The Practice has always gone the extra mile to understand the needs of our patients, by engaging the most knowledgeable doctors and staff. Currently we have 2200 enrolled patients of various ethnic backgrounds, the majority of whom are seen by appointment.
The Practice was taken over by Dr Kawshi De Silva in January, 2016. The management strive to deliver quality service.
The Practice currently has two full-time GPs – Dr Kawshi De Silva and Dr Wei (Robert) Jing and two part-time GPs – Dr Huma Naveed and Dr Namal De Silva. Dr Kawshi De Silva undertakes skin cancer surgery including PRP treatment for musculoskeletal disorder, alopecia and acne. Dr Huma Naveed offers geriatric care and chronic care management.
Practice Nurse Kiri is a highly qualified nurse doing her Masters in Advanced Nursing and is looking to be a Nurse Practitioner. Kiri loves working with people and is driven to improve health outcomes and caring for our patients.
Receptionists Jose, Faith & Eva are highly experienced, people-centred and are very compassionate and caring.
Acting Practice Manager Alicia works tirelessly towards overseeing maintenance of the Practice standards by ensuring all staff implement our policies and protocols towards excellent service delivery.
Practice Nurse Kiri
Receptionists – Josie, Faith and Eva
Is to become the best patient-centred Medical Practice in Te Atatu South through dedication and encouragement to achieve the best possible care and support to our community.
To deliver quality and safe health services to our enrolled patients that is effective in reducing health disparities.
Professionalism: To take a professional approach to all work-related activities
Respect: To respect patients’/peoples’ rights and embrace the differences
Honesty: To be open and honest with each other in all undertakings
Equity: To treat all patients and staff equally irrespective of their gender, age, religion or cultural background
Diversity: To embrace and accept different attitudes, values, beliefs of patient and staff
Zero tolerance for misbehaviour/bad conduct: All patients and staff need to be tolerant of each other’s differences and shortcomings
Holistic: To look at the patient as a whole – physical, mental and emotional well-being while taking into consideration social factors that influence health.