You're welcome to contact our clinic for an appointment, and to meet the friendly, welcoming, team of professionals here at Central Medical Oamaru.
Dr Jon Scott
M.B., Ch.B., D.R.C.O.G., F.R.N.Z.C.G.Pexpand
I trained in Liverpool (UK), completing my GP training in Kidderminster. I travelled to NZ and Australia for a working holiday with my wife in 1990. We returned to the UK where I studied and gained my diploma in Obs and Gynae. We came back to NZ, with our 3 young children, initially in Palmerston North and have been practicing in Oamaru since 1995 . I sat the Fellowship of General Practice in 2004. I have a special interest in Paediatrics, Family Planning and Obstetrics and Gynaecology. I also enjoy Minor Surgery. My hobbies include Musical Theatre in Oamaru and Marathons, especially mountain running.
Dr Jen Burke
I'm originally from the West Coast of the USA, and trained in Chicago. I have special interests in Gyne, Family Planning and Musculoskeletal Medicine. Before arriving in Oamaru in May 2016, I was practicing Family Medicine and Obstertics for 5 years. With my husband and daughters, we enjoy everything outdoors, especially Tramping, running and camping. I am enjoying exploring and experiencing life in North Otago.
Dr Marjolein Wollstein
I studied medicine at Otago University and graduated in 2014. Before coming to Central Medical, I worked in Dunedin Hospital in various departments. I enjoy all aspects of medicine and this year I am continuing my education as a GP registrar with regular seminar weeks in Dunedin. I have moved back to Oamaru with my husband, Jamie, and our two children and we are planning to stay here long term. In my spare time, I enjoy swimming, gardening, walking and hanging out with family. I believe the doctor-patient relationship is a very important part of healthcare.
Dr Adrian Hindes
I'm originally from Wellington and trained at Otago Medical School. Currently, I live in Dunedin with my wife and two adolescent children. I spend 2-3 days pw as a GP at Central Medical. I enjoy all aspects of medicine and been a GP for over 10 years and working as a doctor for 20 years. I'm also a medical advisor for ACC and do volunteer work at a free health clinic for those in need in Dunedin. I'm interested in music, world history, travel, philosophy and psychology, and chess. I enjoy meeting the down to earth and pragmatic people of North Otago.
Dr Richard McLeod
MBchB PGCertWhlth DCHexpand
I graduated from the University of Otago Medical School in 2015 and after working in Dunedin Hospital for 3 years, I made the best decision to pursue training in General Practice. After being away for 9 years, it has been fantastic moving back to Oamaru with my wife Ashleigh and our two daughters. My interests in general practice are expansive with an ongoing need for evidence base medicine, which has included additional study in Postgraduate Certificate in Women’s Health and Postgraduate Diploma in Child Health. My interests outside of work include singing and musical theatre, pop culture movies, and hockey.