On 24 October 2017, a brand new medical centre, Doctors on Luckens will be opening its doors at 39 Luckens Road in West Harbour.
The clinic is pleased to welcome its resident doctor, Dr Frederick Goh, back to West Auckland.
Dr. Fred Goh
Dr Fred graduated in 1991 and is an accredited Family Physician in Singapore who ran his own GP practice for 14 years, before coming to our fair shores in 2013. Patients in West Auckland will no doubt be familiar with Dr Fred’s work from his 3 year stint at The Doctors New Lynn.
Having worked in East Auckland for the last 10 months, we are happy that Dr Fred is now returning to the west, bringing his 26 years of family medicine experience and accumulated clinical acumen to our new practice in West Harbour.
He has many varied interests in various aspects of general practice including outpatient Ear, Nose and Throat, Eye, Bones and Joints, Mental Health, Sexual Health and Chronic Disease management.
He has 6 children and enjoys seeing kids and getting them well. He is well- versed in all aspects of having babies and caring for them, from pre-conception, pregnancy to new-born care.
An author of 2 diet books, he is a passionate medical educator who strongly believes in empowering patients with the know how to prevent and manage cardiovascular disease, diabetes, high cholesterol, obesity and hypertension.
Dr Fred speaks fluent English, Mandarin and 3 Chinese dialects namely, Cantonese, Hokkien and Teochew and some Malay.
His unique personalized style stems from his philosophy of treating every patient like family.
Dr Fred is accepting new enrolments and we warmly welcome you to join us at Luckens.
Doctors on Luckens clinic hours are 9:00am-5:30pm Monday-Friday, 9:00am-1:00pm Saturday (except Public Holidays and Saturdays on Long weekends). There will be a $15 surcharge per patient per consult on Saturdays.
Doctors on Luckens is proud to announce that it is now a CORNERSTONE accredited practice.
CORNERSTONE is an accreditation programme specifically designed by the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners for general practices in New Zealand that assess the level of performance in relation to established standards and to implement ways to continuously improve the health care system.
CORNERSTONE is a combined quality improvement and quality assurance process which allows a practice to measure themselves against a defined set of standards titled Aiming for Excellence – standard for New Zealand general practice.
Aiming for Excellence contains a range of indicators and criteria that describe minimum legal and safety standards and covers other significant areas of risk, as defined by the College. CORNERSTONE assessors are peers who undertake an external assessment of the general practice.