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General Practitioners 2021-03-22T00:28:53+00:00

General Practitioners

Whether you are nine hours or ninety years old – being enrolled with a general practitioner (GP) or family doctor can make all the difference to a person’s health and wellbeing.  Maybe you are dealing with an ongoing health issue, have just moved to the area and are looking for a “medical practice near me” or you have a new symptom which you want to have checked out – whatever the reason, you can book with a personable, relatable and highly experienced GP at OneHealth.

ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS are Drs Elly Sekikawa, Inga Minina, Pei Yu Gao and Rushit Botadra

Dr Anna Twhigg (GP Leader)

MBChB (Otago), FRNZCGP, Diploma Obstetrics

Anna is our GP Leader. She has comprehensive experience in general practice, having worked in her own Practice for over 20 years. Anna enjoys managing extended families and she enjoys teaching patients to self manage their health. Her particular interests are women’s health, adolescents and diagnostics. Anna joined OneHealth because it offers patients high quality integrated healthcare including extended hours service and proficient Nurse Led Clinics.

Dr Anna Twhigg-GP Leader

Dr Inga Minina

Dr Inga Minina commenced at OneHealth in January 2021.  Inga is an energetic GP with a can-do attitude and is passionate about integrative medicine.  She originally graduated in Russia and became a registrar in Paediatrics.  Inga now lives and works in NZ, having passed her NZ Medical Registration back in 2015.

Dr Elly Sekikawa

Dr Elly Sekikawa was born and raised in Auckland. She completed her medical training at the University of Auckland and worked for several years, at Auckland Hospital, before deciding General Practice was where she could make the most difference. Elly has an interest in preventative medicine and enjoys all aspects of family care. Outside of work she is kept busy by a curious and active toddler.

Dr Elly is currently on Maternity leave and is scheduled to return in May 2021.  During her absence, Dr Elly’s patients’ can book appointments with Dr Raakhi Mistry who is currently managing Dr Elly’s patients with the assistance of Drs Pei Yu Gao, Rushit Botadra and Inga Minina.

Dr Pei Yu Gao

(GP and Urgent Care Physician) MBCHB FRNZCGP

Pei Yu joined OneHealth in March 2016. He grew up in West Auckland and completed his medical training at the University of Auckland. Pei Yu’s special interests are mental health and older people’s health and he speaks conversational Mandarin. Pei Yu is accepting new patients.

DR PEI YU GAO GP and Urgent Care Physician

Dr Selva Dhanabalan / Dr Rushit Botadra

We regret to advise that Dr Selva Dhanabalan is leaving OneHealth at the end of March 2021.  Dr Selva has decided to take a break from full time General Practice.   We undertook an extensive search to secure a GP of Dr Selva’s calibre and are extremely pleased to announce that Dr Rushit Botadra has recently joined the OneHealth team.  Dr Botadra is working closely with Dr Selva so he is able to assist with the on-going management of Dr Selva’s patient register.

Dr Rushit Botadra studied medicine at Flinders University in Adelaide and completed his GP training in Queensland, Australia.  Dr Botadra gained several years experience working in tertiary healthcare and General Practice, in Australia, before relocating to NZ with his wife.  Dr Botadra enjoys all aspects of primary healthcare, with particular interests in holistic medicine and preventative health.  Aside from English, he can converse fluently in Gujarati and outside of work, he leads an active life, playing tennis, squash and exploring the outdoors.


Dr Raakhi Mistry

(GP Service)

Dr Raakhi Mistry is a NZ trained doctor who has worked in a wide range of medical and surgical specialities in general and tertiary hospitals and has worked in both NZ and abroad. Raakhi previously worked at Pt Chevalier Medical Centre and initially joined OneHealth after the birth of her son.  After a term with OneHealth, Raakhi went on maternity leave and has since returned, following the birth of her daughter.  Raakhi is now assisting with the care of Dr Elly Sekikawa’s patients, while Elly is on maternity leave.