Dr. Peter Hall
Dr Peter Hall came to work on the Coast in 1987, has raised his family here and is very much part of the community.
He trained at Auckland Medical School before completing a Diploma in Obstetrics and then going on to gain his Fellowship of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners. Peter enjoys looking after families and is now seeing some of the babies he delivered growing up to have children of their own. His special interests are ADHD and travel medicine, as well as doing minor surgery. Peter is the founder and owner of Whangaparaoa Family Doctors and has expanded the practice to include a very impressive team of General Practitioners.
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I was contacted recently by a patient who felt she was being unfairly treated by her insurance company. The problem was that she had had a brief episode of depression some years ago when her marriage was breaking up, and this was recorded in her medical notes. When applying for cover the patient had not
Brace yourself, general practice is changing and we’re all running to catch up. For a start about a quarter of our current GP’s are planning to retire in the next five years so there is a workforce crisis looming. The number of young doctors entering the profession is encouraging but, partly due to poor recruitment
Brace yourself, general practice is changing and we’re all running to catch up. For a start about a quarter of our current GPs are planning to retire in the next five years so there is a workforce crisis looming. The number of young doctors entering the profession is encouraging but, partly due to poor
Chronic itch is a very unpleasant condition which occurs often in general practice and can be mysterious and hard to treat. We call it pruritus, from the Latin word for itch. On one hand scratching an ordinary itch is one of the great pleasures of life. Who doesn’t like having their back scratched especially if
“SEX! – the next meeting of the chess club is on Tuesday at 1pm.” This eye-catching sign used to appear on the Med School notice board from time to time. As far as I know, everybody who walked past got the message. It worked very well, just because of the impact of a simple three-letter
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