Dr Jonathan See:
Jonathan was born in Malaysia and completed his medical studies in the University of Auckland in 2005. Since then, he practised as a doctor in Singapore and is a registered Singapore Family Physician.
Jonathan relocated to New Zealand with his wife and young son in 2020 in search of a more balanced lifestyle. Prior to relocation, he ran a GP practice with a partner in Singapore, while practising part-time in a nursing home. He is thus well versed in the multifaceted aspects of GP work, and enjoys connecting with patients both young and old. Given his experiences in various culturally diverse environments, he is fluent in English, Mandarin, Cantonese and Malay.
In his spare time, Jonathan and his family loves exploring New Zealand’s amazing nature, and look forward to cultivating new hobbies such as cycling and camping.
Dr Jonathan See works Mondays to Fridays and is accepting new patients.
Dr Micheline Naidu:
Born and raised in west-Auckland, and of Tahitian, Cook Island, and NZ-European decent, Micheline completed her medical training at the University of Auckland in 2011.
She initially worked in the hospital environment before moving into General Practice in late 2014. Micheline is known for her caring and easy-to-talk to nature. She enjoys the diverse presentations in general practice, as well as getting to know families, and being able to explain things simply, so her patients better understand their condition and health needs.
Micheline is married to Vijay who is of Fijian-Indian descent, and together they have 2 children and a dog. Micheline enjoys spending time with her family, playing board games and watching movies. She sings in the worship team at her local church, and she has an interest in medical missions with the non-for-profit organisation Healthcare Christian Fellowship NZ which she currently chairs.
Dr Micheline Naidu currently works on Mondays-Fridays except Wednesdays and is accepting new patients.
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.