Dr David Smylie
Dr Smylie gained his medical degree from Aberdeen University, and completed specialist training in General Practice at Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey, England. In 1992 he moved to Paeroa, New Zealand where he helped establish the new Paeroa Medical Centre. In 1999, after a spell as a Registrar in Endocrinology at Waikato Hospital, Dr Smylie and his family moved to Connecticut USA, where he worked as a Family Practitioner. In 2004 Dr Smylie became a partner at NorthCare Medical Centre in Hamilton. Dr Smylie also spent time in Melbourne as medical director of a primary care clinic before working in various parts of Australia - including some remote Aboriginal communities. Dr Smylie enjoys all aspects of General medicine, especially paediatrics, dermatology, and travel medicine, he has been with our team since 2016.
Dr Fayez Khalil
Dr Khalil completed his training at Cairo University and then gained his qualification at the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland, with special training in Urology. He is a very experienced GP who has worked in Ireland and the UK for 20 years before making the decision to immigrate to NZ in 2009. For the past 9 years he has worked at Matamata Medical Centre before relocating to Cambridge with his wife and family. Dr Khalil is also experienced in emergency medicine and minor surgery, including vasectomies.
Dr Khalil is married and has two sons. In his spare time Dr Khalil enjoys cycling, running, and socialising with his family.
Dr Mark Taylor
Dr Taylor graduated from the University of Leicester, England, in 2009 and, after working in London for two years, moved to New Zealand on a working holiday visa and loved it so much he stayed. He worked at Waikato hospital and other Hamilton medical practices and joined our team in February 2018. He has an Advanced Certificate in Dermoscopy and an interest in the diagnosis and management of skin cancer; he also has a Certificate in Travel Medicine from the University of Otago. He has a young family of three boys who keep him busy outside of work, but otherwise enjoys reading, movies and playing squash.
Dr Richard Bosacker
Born and raised in Minnesota, USA he completed his medical training at the University of Minnesota. Dr Rick Bosacker's specialty is primary care and the relationships he develops with his patients are very important to him. Dr Bosacker enjoys helping patients understand their medical conditions and live healthy lives. Outside of work, he is an avid cyclist. Dr Bosacker enjoys road biking as well as mountain biking. He also enjoys sketching, reading, and travel and has 5 children to keep him busy.
Dr Gretchen Bosacker
Dr Gretchen Bosacker earned her medical degree in South Carolina, USA in 1998 and trained in Family Medicine on active duty in the United States Navy and at the University of Florida. She has extensive experience in emergency medicine and has a passion for end-of-life care. Dr Bosacker and her family came to New Zealand in 2018 and feel blessed to have found a new home here.
Dr Hadeel Al Qadhili
Dr Al Qadhili was born and raised in Baghdad, Iraq. She completed her medical degree in Baghdad University and finished her residency at Baghdad Teaching Hospital. She then took a few years off to come settle her family in New Zealand. In 2013 Dr Al Qadhili started practicing medicine in New Zealand again, working in Auckland Hospital and then in Waikato Hospital with primary interest in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Following this, she worked at different Medical Centre’s in Waikato. She is currently doing her GP training with RNZCGP and is about to finish her postgraduate diploma in O&G from Auckland University.
Dr Al Qadhili has two sons, her family has settled in Hamilton. Her passions are cooking, styling, and decorating.