Meet our nurses

We have a great team of nurses.

They are caring and expert practice nurses who are often your first port of call if you are feeling unwell or have had an accident.

We work as a team to care for you.

Our nurses are friendly and welcoming. They are continually upskilling to improve the care they can deliver and are able to advise on many aspects of health such as acute illness, wound care, chronic disease management (diabetes, asthma, COPD), heart disease and vaccinations.

They are accredited cervical smear takers and independent vaccinators. 

They are delighted to offer advice on lifestyle issues that may be affecting your health such as diet, exercise, smoking cessation and stress.

We are a training practice for first year nurses which means you may meet new nurses sometimes too. We have recently introduced health coaching led by our nurses to help our patients with challenging medical conditions to take control of their health.

Please see services for what our nurses can offer.

Hannah_Portrait.jpg Hannah (Nurse Lead)                                                                                  
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Megan was born and raised in Christchurch. She studied nursing in Canberra after traveling around the globe for a decade. She moved to Auckland post quakes to escape the shaking.

Her hobbies include bird watching, growing veges and tending to her potted plants.                                                                     




Monica is a born and raised Westie.

Her inspiration to become a nurse came from being diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes when she was 14 years old. She graduated from Massey University in 2018 and worked at North Shore Hospital for 2 1/2 years before working here at Swanson Medical. She is currently completing her Master of Nursing Practice to gain the qualifications to become a Diabetes Nurse Specialist.

Monica loves to spend her spare time either outdoors on an adventure, at the gym or socialising with friends.                                                                                                       



Rachel was retrained as a nurse in her late thirties after returning back to Aotearoa from London. She is interested in the link between the physical and mental wellbeing of a person.

In her spare time, she loves seeing her baby nephew and niece, catching up with other family and friends and do some exercise for her own wellbeing.

She believes it is a priviledge to be a nurse, and she looks forward to meeting you all over time.





Ami was born and brought up in Nepal.  She came to New Zealand in 2010.  She did her Bachelor's Degree in New Zealand at Unitec and Post-graduate Certificate in Advanced Nursing at AUT.  She is married with two kids, one girl and one boy. 

She is passionate about her work and proud to be a registered nurse.  She enjoys travelling and spending time with her family, especially with her two little munchkins.

714 Swanson Rd, Swanson, Auckland 0612

09 833 9433

09 832 1206