About Remuera Village Medical Centre

Located in Remuera Village for 55 Years.

Located in Remuera Village for 55 years, our team of dedicated doctors have been caring for the community since 1960.

Following extensive renovations in 2008, the clinic now has excellent facilities that provide a platform for modern medical care, while retaining its community and family flavour. We pride ourselves on the ability to provide accessible medical care with extended hours of operation. We understand that illnesses do not always occur during normal 9-5 working hours. Our staff know and understand our patients, so they can rest assured that their needs will be met, even when their registered Doctor is not present.

Our Team

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Dr Azra Kreho-Staka

General Practitioner

I enjoy the diversity of general practice and I appreciate the bond that I have developed with many families over the years since coming to RVMC.  I am a passionate advocate for women’s and children’s health, however at the same time, I like all aspects of general medicine.  For some years now I have been an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at the University of Auckland Medical School and I enjoy being involved in the education of medical students.  I have two children and enjoy spending time with my family.

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Dr Rosie Brhanovic

General Practitioner

After practicing in Croatia, I immigrated to New Zealand 14 years ago with my family.  I have been practicing around the greater Auckland area.  Family care and well being is my priority.  I enjoy being a member of the team at RVMC and being involved in the community.

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Dr Lisa Stevenson

General Practitioner

I enjoy all aspects of general practice working with both patients and their families to be able to provide the best possible healthcare outcomes.  I have a special interest in children’s health, women’s health and managing chronic conditions.  Prior to entering medicine, I completed a BSc and Postgraduate Diploma in Sport and Exercise Science and Psychology and worked at the Auckland University Exercise and Rehabilitation Clinic.  I graduated from Otago Medical School in 2012, and after working at Auckland hospitals, I begun working in General Practice in South Auckland prior to joining RVMC.  I live locally with my daughter and enjoy spending time with family and friends.

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Dr Karina McCaffer

General Practitioner

I obtained my Medical Degree from the University of Aberdeen in 2011.  Having initially undertaken more general training I quickly developed a passion for General Practice. Further training in both Scotland and England resulted in the completion of my training in General Practice in 2016. Although my speciality interests remain general, I am an advocate for evidence-based medicine.  By keeping up to date with current guidelines, new management options and by attending international conferences, I ensure my patient care is as up to date and effective as possible. My other professional interest centres on the development and training of primary care practitioners. Gaining a Postgraduate certificate in Medical Education in 2018 has helped me to continue to develop this interest. Family life is important to me, and I feel my experience of being a mother compliments my professional care.

Second language: Spanish

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Dr Jordan Au

General Practitioner

Dr Jordan is currently on extended leave.

I was born and raised in Auckland, attended Dilworth College before graduating from the University of Auckland in 2017. I spent the next few years gaining experience throughout the various hospitals in Auckland before transitioning to general practice. I enjoy working with the community and getting to know people and their families. I enjoy hands on work and have an interest in minor surgeries and procedures. Outside of work I like to play the piano and spend time with my wife and daughter.

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Dr Grace Yan

General Practitioner

I achieved my medical degree from the University of Auckland in 2019. The multifaceted approach to caring for people in our community drives me toward General Practice, and I have a particular interest in Women’s Health. I enjoyed schooling in the Remuera/Epsom areas so I am pleased to return closer to home for the completion of my GP training and beyond. Walking in our beautiful parks and trails, reading fiction, and exploring the local and overseas food scenes are some of what I love to do during my time off.

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Dr Ramadan Oumer

General Practitioner

Dr Oumer is an experienced and compassionate general practitioner who has been providing high-quality care to patients since September 2021. He brings a wealth of expertise in clinical and surgical medicine, having served as a senior doctor in both New Zealand and England for over two decades. He sub-specialises in minor surgical procedures for various skin conditions and other common ailments, using state-of-the-art methods and tools. Ramadan is also a dedicated family man and a loving father of five children, who enjoys hiking and nature walks. He is fluent in Arabic and can communicate effectively with diverse communities. Dr Oumer is an asset to any GP practice and a trusted partner in health.

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Dr Tim Fan

General Practitioner

I grew up in Taiwan and obtained my Medical Degree from Taiwan in 2004. After completion of my training in psychiatry, I moved to New Zealand 10 years ago to join my family. I gained more experience working in hospitals in Palmerston North and Auckland for several years before starting general practice training.

I enjoy all aspects of family medicine. I am fluent in English and conversant in Mandarin. I am married with one daughter and enjoy spending time with family and travelling.

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Vicki Metekingi

Practice Manager

I have worked in many different sectors over the years, I have experience in small to medium businesses as well as large corporates specialising in business management, financial performance, and project management.  I began in the health sector about 15 years ago where I have worked in both general and appearance medicine.   I have 3 children and love spending time with family and friends.

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Louisa Green

Practice Nurse

Hello, I am Louisa and have worked as a nurse here at RVMC for almost 20 years.  Previously I worked in the emergency department at Auckland Hospital.  I have 4 grown up children and 3 grandchildren.  I was taught in my nursing training that the nurse is the patients advocate and I try to practice this in my work here.

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Ruby Li

Practice Nurse
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May Cabangangan

Practice Nurse
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Faneola Vaea

Practice Nurse
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Fi Hope

Practice Administrator
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Annie Philson


Annie has been at RVMC for almost 3 years, she lives locally and loves the family orientated culture we have here at RVMC.  When she’s not at work she’s doing a Pilates class, socializing with her friends, or spending time with her grandchildren.

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Karen Field


Karen joined us almost a year ago and has been a perfect fit for our admin team.  She is a welcoming face for our patients and goes out of her way to help our patients.  Karen is very active enjoying hikes and the outdoors with her husband and children.

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Samantha Metekingi


Samantha graduated high school in 2021, spending the last two years of high school navigating lockdowns, isolation, and the uncertainty that COVID-19 brought upon us has set her up to be resilient and adaptable.  When not at work Samantha loves to shop and spend time with her cat Tabby.

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Sharon Holmes