Since we were established in 1980, we have been providing high-quality, approachable, friendly, and personalised medical care to our approximately 6,000 patients. Each patient has their own designated doctor and nurse, and we aim to almost always offer same-day appointments with the patient’s own team.
Our wonderful reception staff Angela, Jennifer & Sarah will be the first to greet you at our practice and assist you with any general queries you may have.
Meet our General Practitioners
Dr. Andrew Manning
After proudly graduating from the University of Otago, I then spent four years here in Christchurch, in Rotorua and in London, working as a junior doctor in most branches of hospital medicine. I spent the largest amount of time in paediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology – gaining a diploma in obstetrics.
Dr. John Coughlan
I graduated from The University of Otago in 1980 and subsequently obtained a Master’s in Business from Otago and a Master’s in Public Health from Harvard University. I was the General Manager at Christchurch Hospital then Wellington Hospital for many years until my family and I decided to settle back in Christchurch in 2004
Dr. Tony Lynch
I am an experienced general practitioner interested in all aspects of medical practice. I enjoy the work which is interesting and varied and always aimed at helping people lead healthy and happy lives.
Dr. Jane Pang
For Dr. Andrew Manning
For Dr. John Coughlan
For Dr. Tony Lynch
Meet our Practice Nurses
Meet our Clinical Nurse Specialist
For Dr. Andrew Manning, Dr John Coughlan & Dr. Tony Lynch
+ A clinical nurse specialist (CNS) is an advanced practice, registered nurse.
+ They use their expertise to assess, diagnose, and treat patients.
+ A CNS’s primary role is to provide quality, cost-effective specialty care.
What does a Clinical Nurse Specialist do?
+ See and treat patients
+ Order relevant tests and investigations
+ Prescribe medications
+ Arrange follow up or referrals