Teaching & learning

Ranolf Medical Centre is a teaching practice for General Practice (GP) registrars. GP Registrars are doctors who have already completed at least eight years of medical training and are going on to specialise in general practice.

They will come to this practice for a six-month period to gain practical experience under the supervision of one of the following qualified teaching doctors:

  • Dr Joanna O’Keefe
  • Dr Sharon Lovegrove
  • Dr Michael Grant

Patients may be offered an appointment with the Registrar. If you decide to consult with the Registrar you are making an important contribution to the education of New Zealand doctors; we appreciate your support.
However, the choice to see the Registrar is entirely voluntary and you are always free to see your own doctor if you prefer.

Your comments about the General Practice Education Programme are welcome directly to us or to:

The General Practice Education Programme
The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners
PO Box 10 440