I was born in Taiwan; and moved to Whangarei with my family when I was nine. I went on to study medicine at the University of Otago; and have lived in Christchurch since 2010.
Since graduating in 2012; I have pursued various surgical and medical interests at Christchurch hospital before deciding to train as a GP. I have a Masters Degree in Medical Science and a Post-graduate Women’s Health Certificate.
I find building therapeutic relationships with patients and their families as well as the continuity of care to be a very rewarding aspect of GP practice.
I have a special interest in children’s health; women’s health; minor surgery and palliative care.
I speak fluent English; conversational Mandarin; Taiwanese; and small amounts of Japanese and Spanish. When I’m not at work; I am usually busy running after my two young boys with my husband.
If I have any spare time; I love spending time gardening or knitting to relax