Our General Practice team is made up of skilled professionals bringing quality care to you and your family.
Dr Rosemary Dodd
MBChB (Otago 1983) Dip Obst FRNZCGP
Rose has worked as a GP in Miramar since 1989 and then started at Peninsula Medical Centre in 1998 with Dr McCoy and Dr Law.
She enjoys the varity of medical work that General Practice offers. She sees patients from all age groups and looks after several three and four generation families which she finds very rewarding.
Rose has a special interest in minor surgery.
Dr Jeffrey Law
MBChB (Otago 1989), FRNZCGP
Jeffrey has worked as a GP more than 20 years, and has been with Peninsula Medical Centre since its inception in 1998.
He enjoys the wide range of work within General Practice and keeps busy in his spare time with his 3 children.
Dr Chitra Karunanidhi
Chitra enjoys the multitude and diversity of health issues presented while being a family Doctor catering to the very young and old families in the community; finding the role to be challenging, rewarding and humbling. Chitra did her undergraduate medical degree in Southern India, migrating to NZ in 1996. She worked in various departments in Auckland and Wellington hospitals, completing GP training and her subsequent post graduate fellowhip from the Royal College of GP’s in 2005. Chitra joined Peninsula Medical Centre as a partner in 2004.
Chitra enjoys all aspects of General Practice, with special interests in Women’s Health and Children.
Chitra lives in the Eastern suburbs with her husband and 3 daughters. During her spare time, you may see her walking around the bays and hills of Miramar and Seatoun.
Dr Ken Looi
BMedSci, MBChB, FRNZCGP
Ken grew up in Wellington and graduated from the University of Otago in 2002. He spent his house officer years in Wellington and the Wairarapa, before heading to rural NSW where he worked as an emergency doctor. He made the move to general practice in 2013, and enjoys getting to know his patients and the broad spectrum of primary care.
Outside of medicine, Ken spends his time road/mountainbiking, running and traveling. He is a competitive unicyclist, holding previous world records and world titles in road racing. He serves as a director of the International Unicycling Federation, and is helping organise the next world championships in Seoul, South Korea in 2018.
Dr Nina Baker
MBChB, BBmedSc, Dip Obs Gyn
Nina grew up in Wellington and graduated from Otago University. After graduating, she has spent time working in the Hawkes Bay, Coffs Harbour, and Christchurch. Whilst in the Hawkes Bay, she completed a diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and is currently completing her advanced GP training. Her interests in medicine are women’s health, and reproductive/sexual health.
Outside of medicine, Nina enjoys skiing, yoga, cooking, spending time with her husband and travelling the world.
Dr Joanna White
MBChB, MRNZCGP, DCH (Dip of Child Health)
Following graduation from Otago Medical School in 2009, Dr Jo worked in various House Officer roles at Gisborne hospital including paediatrics, where she completed a Diploma in Children’s Health. She started her GP training in Gisborne then travelled to London where she has worked in palliative care and other specialities for the past 2 years. She has recently returned to NZ and settled in Wellington.