Dr Adrian Hindes

Dr Adrian Hindes grew up in the Hutt Valley, Wellington and moved to Dunedin to study at the Otago Medical School.  He graduated in 1998.  Since then, he worked for several years at the Southern District Health Board - initially in Women's Health and then in Psychiatry, before moving into General Practice in 2008.  

He has worked in various urban and rural practices in the southern region.  He holds a Fellowship with the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners.
Adrian enjoys all areas of general practice.  He lives with his partner, their two sons and two cats.  
He has recently taken over from a retired GP (Pitt Street Medical) and formed his own practice, Dunedin City GP.    

Dr Keong Hoh

Dr Keong Hoh grew up in Malaysia and studied medicine in Sydney in the 1990's.  He returned to Malaysia to work before then coming to Dunedin to study and work in Psychiatry.  He achieved Fellowship in 2016.  
He then chose to move to General Practice in 2019 as it had long been an area of interest to him, especially when his beloved mother passed away of cancer.  He worked as a locum in many busy practices in Kuala Lumpur.  

Dr Hoh loves all areas of general practice and especially enjoys meeting people from all different cultures as well as the elderly.  As well as English, he can speak Malay, Cantonese and a little Mandarin.  He is passionate about integrating holistic practices to assist in the patient's healing.  

Dr Niranjan Sharma

Dr Niranjan Sharma obtained his medical degree from Nepal.  He then went on to complete advanced surgical training in gastrointestinal and organ transplant surgery, as well as a PhD from Japan.  He worked as an Assistant Surgeon in Japan before moving to New Zealand.  

After working as a Registrar in Surgery in Wellington, he decided to choose General Practice as a career for work and life balance.  He moved to Dunedin in 2000 with his family.  He obtained his Fellowship in General Practice from Royal New Zealand College of General Practice in 2010 and Royal Australian College of Australia in 2016.  He has also undertaken additional training in skin cancer medicine and dermoscopy.  He has a special interest in skin disease and minor skin surgeries.  He is an Accredited GP with Special Interest in Skin [GPSI].  Dr Sharma also offers comprehensive skin and minor surgical services through his business, Dunedin Skin and Surgical Clinic , which can be accessed privately by Dunedin City GP patients or any casual patients.  

In his leisure time, Dr Sharma likes to spend time with family and friends.  He is fluent in English, Nepali, Japanese and Hindi.  He is also a keen tramper.  He likes to travel and meet people from different walks of life.

Our Practice

Dunedin City GP is one of Dunedin's newest medical practices and currently, one of the smallest.  We aim to provide friendly, accessible and high quality healthcare.  We uphold the values of integrity, fairness and compassion.  We are currently accepting new enrolments.  Please get in touch with our friendly reception team for more information.  

Health Information Sharing - HealthOne

Dunedin City GP is contributing to and accessing healthcare information from HealthOne.

What is HealthOne?

HealthOne is a South Island based secure electronic record that allows registered healthcare providers directly involved in your healthcare, to quickly access information such as your test results, allergies, medications, GP summaries and hospital information. HealthOne adheres to the principles of the Privacy Act 2020 as well as the Rules set out in the Health Information Privacy Code 2020.  Access is only possible via an approved highly secure healthcare information network which is regularly audited and tested.  Privacy auditing is used to check that only those directly involved in your care are accessing your information.  To find out more about HealthOne please visit https://healthone.org.nz/.  Please note that you are entitled to restrict the sharing of your healthcare records by contacting 0508 837 872 or emailing HealthOne.privacy@pegasus.health.nz”