The Health Centre, staffed by the School Nurse (Sarah Rowe-Lucas), the Counsellor (Debbie McFayden) and a physiotherapist twice weekly (Balance Physio), is available to all students and staff alike. Doctors are available in the mornings for boarders only.
Michael Morrison – Doctor
I am a Partner at St Albans Medical Centre and am married with four children. I graduated from Otago in 1999 having completed degrees in science and medicine. I later trained, and gained fellowship, in general practice. I have a broad range of hospital and general practice experience. My interests are in family medicine and in particular child and youth health, and I have a postgraduate diploma in this area. I enjoy practising in the neighbourhood that I grew up in and contributing to the student clinics.
Andrea Caldwell – Doctor
I have been a General Practitioner for 25 years. I qualified at Kings College Hospital, University of London, and this was followed by four years of hospital medicine in the UK and New Zealand and a short stint as a ships Doctor. My particular interests in medicine include children and adolescent health, and obstetrics and gynaecology. I have a Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Fellowship of the Royal NZ College of GP’s. I have two adult daughters and was a boarder at High School in England. I have been looking after St Margarets’ boarders for the last 25 years and have enjoyed contact with the girls.
Andrew Gillespie – Doctor
Scottish born, NZ trained GP. Married with two busy teenage children, General Practitioner in St Albans, and conducting clinics at St Margarets College for 11 years. Special interests are family medicine, sports medicine and adolescent and child health. I am also a Fellow of RNZCGP.
Balance Physio provides a quality physiotherapy service by experienced physiotherapists specialising in sports injury management. By providing onsite physiotherapy in schools, treatment is easily accessible and minimises time lost from academic work. We have been providing physiotherapy services at St Margaret’s College since 2005.