Our People

Dr Graeme Kidd
language: English

Graeme was born in Auckland and is a graduate of Otago University. He did post-graduate studies in obstetrics in London. He did obstetrics for 20 years as part of his General Practice. He has also had a long interest in palliative care and worked part-time at Totara Hospice for 14 years. He has been in his general practice in Howick since 1978. He also currently works with Dove Hospice in Glendowie. He has a keen interest in mind-body medicine. Graeme is married with two children and two grandchildren.

HOURS: Full Time 

Dr Anderson Profile
MBChB, Dip. Musc. Med, FRNZCG
language: English

Piers Anderson joined the practice at Howick House Medical in 1986 after returning from the traditional OE. He graduated from Auckland Medical School in 1979 and worked as a medical registrar and GP locum prior to coming to Howick. He has had the privilege since to provide care in family practice to the local community, and wider, often over three or four generations of many old Howick families. He believes that the best care is individualised care which is personally inclusive and is monitored but self-directed.

In practice Piers’ interests include  general medicine and dermatology and skin surgery, musculoskeletal medicine including joint injection and acupuncture, and travel medicine. Piers lives locally with his wife and has three adult children.

HOURS: Full Time

language: English

Bronwyn Lloyd joined Howick House Medical in 2005. She enjoys all aspects of General Practice but especially the privilege of caring for families and individuals through various stages of their lives.

She was born in Sydney, Australia and graduated from the University of NSW in 1988. She completed her GP training in 1993 in Australia. In 1994 she moved to Auckland and has worked locally in General Practice since.

She is married with 2 teenage daughters. Outside of work she relishes what family time she gets. She is passionate about netball and is very involved in the local netball community.

HOURS: Part-time

language: English

Katharine emigrated in 2007 and we are delighted she settled here at Howick House Medical and made her home locally with her three teenage children. As you can imagine she fully understands the demands of family life. She has over 20 years General Practice experience within NZ and the UK and has a particular interest in Paediatrics and Women’s Health. She believes in an inclusive approach to healthcare, treating the whole person rather than just the symptoms.

HOURS: Part-time

MBChB 1986 Otago; M1993 F1998 RNZCGP
language: English

Paul has worked as a locum with Howick House Medical for over half a decade, becoming a permanent member of the team in 2021 and now working Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. We are extremely lucky to have his contribution to our team and appreciate his depth of knowledge and experience very much. Paul shares the commitment to high quality care offered by the general practice team here at Howick House Medical. His clinical interests are diverse and include general medicine (conditions of the heart, lungs, bowels, kidneys, liver, joints etc), paediatrics, men’s health, mental health, Musculo-skeletal conditions, and family medicine.

When not at work Paul enjoys sailing, paddleboarding and playing with his granddaughters.

HOURS: Part-time


We have a team of caring and knowledgeable nurses including Kay, Annie, Romika, Debbie and Zak. They have many years of experience between them and are fully involved in the care of our patients. They are all certified vaccinators. We also have qualified nurse smear takers.


Our receptionists and administration team are led by Dean, our Practice Manager. Our receptionists include Sue, Margaret, Justine, Kristina and Linda. They run reception with a friendly and competent manner. They will welcome you, answer enquiries and manage your appointments and payments.

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