536 Mt Albert Road,
Threekings, Auckland

Open 7 days
GP hours - 8am - 5:30pm Urgent Care - 8am - 8pm
Walk in & Appointment

Our Team

We have an experienced team of Doctors, Nurses, and Administrative staff who are dedicated to providing the highest level of patient care in a friendly and warm environment.

All of our doctors are Fellows of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners, or in the process of completing so you can be assured of high quality and professional care. They live locally in the surrounding suburbs. The doctors and nurses have special interests and skills and they will be able to cater to different patient requirements. You can choose to see the doctor you and your family are comfortable with.


General Practitioners

  • Dr Richard Powell
  • Dr Katila Withanapathirana
  • Dr Reza Ala’i
  • Dr Ramila Magan
  • Dr Heidi Charlick
  • Dr Caitlin Gill
  • Dr Himali McInnes
  • Dr Rakesh Premkumar
  • Dr Kate Harrison
  • Dr Janine Rayen (On leave till 2025)
  • Dr Christopher Pang
  • Dr Raihan Ibrahim
  • Dr Unso Russell-Park
  • Dr Ana Saafi

Urgent Care Physicians

  • Dr Richard Powell
  • Dr Katila Withanapathirana
  • Dr Kazi Khan


Locum Doctors

  • Dr Wee Teo
  • Dr Yuvaraj Davidson (Urgent Care Doctor)
  • Dr Stephanie Tovey
  • Dr Jonathan Wong (Urgent Care Doctor)
  • Dr Bethan Maegaard
  • Dr Andrew Stacey (Urgent Care Doctor)
  • Dr Marcus Tay (Urgent Care Doctor)
  • Dr Shelley Yip
  • Dr Siobhan Trevallyan

Dr Richard Powell

Medical Director

I have been the Medical Director since we established the clinic over 20 years ago. I am proud of our team. My mantra is to employ staff who I would be happy to treat my own family. We have a great team. In medicine, I wear many hats. I am both a GP and Urgent care doctor. I do minor operations (skin). I with others established the Royal New Zealand College of Urgent Care. I remain on the Executive committee and am committed to medical education. Outside medicine: I am a keen mountain biker, tramper, tennis player and have a very supportive wife and nearly grown-up family
Available – Monday, Tuesday, Friday.
By Appointment

Dr Katila Withanapathirana

Medical Director

MBBS, FRNZCGP, FRNZCUC, Cert in Dermoscopy
I gained my Medical Degree from University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka in 2006 (MBBS), and moved to New Zealand in 2007 to continue hospital training. I started work in the Three Kings Accident and Medical Clinic in 2013.

I have completed training in general practice and also urgent care.

I am skilled at Chronic care and with all aspects of family medicine, accident and emergency management, steroid joint injections, minor surgeries, fracture management, and Jadelle insertion/removal. I am trying to improve my skills in dermoscopy.

I greatly enjoy the long term relationship developed with patients to improve their health and also to keep up to date with advances in medicine.

I am fluent in English and Sinhalese. I am married with two boys. I like to spend time with my family, watch movies, and listen to music in my free time. I also enjoy swimming, chess, and tennis.
Available – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday.
By Appointment

Dr Reza Alai

I was raised on a farm in Northland and schooled in the small town of Kaikohe.

My father is from Iran and mother Pakeha/Maori (Ngati Awa).

I studied medicine at Auckland University.

I started working at Three Kings A+M in 1997 and now work solely in the GP wing.

Outside of work I love to run to stay fit.

Languages – English
Available – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.
By Appointment only, New Patients Not Accepted.

Dr Caitlin Gill

I graduated from Auckland Medical School.

I have recently returned to my hometown of Auckland after thirteen years practicing rural medicine in Te Kuiti Hospital and Medical Centre. There I gained experience in running a busy practice providing a wide range of services. I worked as a PRIME doctor assisting St John’s with management of trauma and medical emergencies.

I perform minor surgery for lumps and bumps including skin cancer removal and long term contraception procedures (IUCD and Jadelle).

Outside of medicine I have a BA in history, enjoy cycling to work, and have four teenage children.

I am committed to providing a thorough and friendly service.

Languages – English
Available – Monday, Wednesday, Thursday.
By Appointment or Walk-In (Please ring the clinic before walking in).

Dr Heidi Charlick

I am Samoan and spent my early childhood in the Islands. I came to New Zealand for high school and have made New Zealand home. I trained at Auckland Medical School back in the 90s. I started working in General Practice in 2004 and after a few years I came to work at Three Kings. I really enjoy working in our community. I have a special interest in Youth Health and Lifestyle Medicine.

Languages – English, Samoan
Available – Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
By Appointment only

Dr Ramila Magan

MBChB, FRNZCGP, Dip. Paediatrics
I completed my medical training at the University of Otago. After graduating I worked in Wollongong, Australia for a year before returning to Auckland. I have worked at Starship Hospital, Kidz First Children’s Hospital and have a Postgraduate Diploma in Paediatrics.

I have been working at Three Kings A&M since 2004 and am fortunate to be part of the great team we have here.

I enjoy the continuity of care that General Practice offers and have a particular interest in Children’s and Women’s health. It is rewarding to provide health care to families and to see children grow into adolescents and young adults. Outside of work I am kept busy with three school aged children.

Languages – English
Available – Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday.
By Appointment only

Dr Himali McInnes

MBChB, FRNZCGP, Dip. Paediatrics, Dip. Tropical Med. & Hygiene
I was born in Sri Lanka and moved to New Zealand in my teens. I graduated from Auckland Medical School, and hold a Diploma in Paediatrics from Starship and Diploma in Tropical Medicine at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. I worked with the World Health Organisation for 2 years during the final years of Sri Lanka’s civil war. Upon returning to NZ, I completed my GP Fellowship training, and worked as a full time GP for 10 years in Mangere. I started working at Three Kings A&M in July 2019, and am loving the diversity of ethnicities and patient issues that present, and the great staff. I enjoy being a GP – it is a privilege to have patients share their stories and lives with us, and there is benefit to a long term doctor-patient relationship built on kindness and trust. I do minor surgery, joint injections, dermoscopy, and contraceptive procedures. Outside of work, I enjoy making a mess in various ways – cooking, painting, gardening, fermenting. I enjoy going for runs with my Huntaway cross. I write short stories, travel articles, essays, flash fiction and mediocre poetry. I am utterly addicted to books and dogs.

Languages – English
Available – Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.
By Appointment

Dr Rakesh Premkumar

MBBS (UK), BMedSci (UK), PhD (Auckland), FRNZCGP
I graduated from Newcastle upon Tyne medical school in 2004 and hold a MBBS and BMedSci. I have had the pleasure of working in the NHS UK for 2 years. After which I went to Singapore and also had the opportunity to work in various Singaporean Hospitals for a period of 2 years. An opportunity arose to take up a job in Invercargill, New Zealand in 2009 as a surgical registrar and since then I have been working in various New Zealand hospitals in both the South and North Island for a specific time period undertaking my Doctor of Philosophy in the University of Auckland. I realised general practice was my calling when I had a family and the whole encompassing care that general practice provides was truly appealing to me. I entered the RNZCGP training program in the year 2017 and I am in the final hurdle of finishing my fellowship. I enjoy all aspects of general aspects and really look forward to another day the work brings. I work all five days a week and I am accepting patients who would like to have me as their GP. I intend to provide comprehensive care to my patients with regard to both acute and chronic medical conditions. Outside of work I enjoy playing the violin, going for walks and learning to play the Mandalin. I have two young children who keep me busy.

Languages spoken: English, Hindi, Malayalam
Available – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.
By Appointment

Dr Janine Rayen

I graduated from Otago medical school in 2015. I have subsequently worked in the three Auckland DHBs, spending time in general surgery and oncology. I am currently on the Royal NZ College of General Practitioners training programme. I appreciate the supportive and caring atmosphere at Three Kings Accident and Medical. I enjoy the diversity of patients whom I have been fortunate enough to have met, and to be able to take part in their care and wellbeing. I have a special interest in minor procedures, injections, skin checks and dermatoscopy. Outside of work I love walking the dog, spending time with family and cooking.

Languages – English
Dr Rayen is on extended leave from 6th January 2024 till January 2025

Dr Kate Harrison

I completed my training in the UK before moving to NZ in 2007. I worked in hospitals around Auckland before starting my GP training in 2011. I have been working at three kings since early 2020 and really enjoy the variety it brings. I feel privileged to be able to meet a wide spectrum of patients here and value getting to build a relationship with them over time. I enjoy all aspects of patient care with a particular interest in women’s health and paediatrics. I am married to a kiwi with a young family who keep me busy outside of work!

Languages – English
Available – Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
By Appointment

Dr Ana Saafi

MBChB, MRNZCGP Dip Paediatrics
I was born in Tonga and I am fluent in the Tongan language. I migrated to New Zealand with my family and grew up in the Hutt Valley, Wellington. I graduated from Medical School at the University of Auckland and I have spent a lot of time as a junior doctor working in Paediatrics in Auckland as well as Locuming around New Zealand from Whangarei Hospital down to Southland Hospital. I have a special interest in Childrens health from newborns to young adults. In 2018 I began working in General Practice out in South Auckland and I am in the final stages of completing my vocational training. Building relationships with patients sharing their stories has been the most rewarding aspect of General Practice. Supporting patients to achieve better outcomes with their health is always the goal. When I am not working you will find me with my young family. I enjoy reading, catching up with my friends and trying new recipes in the kitchen with varying levels of success.

Languages – English
Available – Tuesday, Thursday, Friday.
By Appointment

Dr Christopher Pang

I was born and raised in Wellington, before moving up to Auckland and graduating from medical school in 2017. I have worked in Auckland and Middlemore hospital in a variety of placements, before pursuing a career in General Practice. I am currently on the General Practice Training Programme. I enjoy working with the great team at Three Kings. Every day is different in General Practice, and I like the variety and diversity that brings. I enjoy all aspects of General Practice, and have an interest in chronic condition care. Outside of work I enjoy exploring Auckland’s food scene with my wife, playing tennis, and watching sport.

Languages – English
Available – Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.
By Appointment

Dr Raihan Ibrahim

I graduated from Barts and the London Medical School and completed my first 2 years of training as a junior doctor in the UK. I moved to New Zealand in 2018 and I have worked in hospitals across the Auckland region before starting my training in General Practice in 2022. I am really enjoying working with the great team we have here at Three Kings A&M. I am getting to know patients from different cultures and backgrounds. Outside of medicine, I love cooking, trying out new restaurants with my husband, and spending time with close friends exploring Auckland and New Zealand. Languages – English, Malay
Available – Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.
By Appointment

Dr Unso Russell-Park

MBChB, MRNZCGP, Dip. Paediatrics
I completed my medical training at the University of Auckland in 2019 and have worked at Auckland Hospital and Starship Hospital. I was attracted to General practice because it provides a great depth and width of relationships with patients, and I am currently in General Practice Training Program. I have a special interest and passion for children’s and young people’s health and gained a Postgraduate Diploma in Paediatrics at the University of Auckland. I am excited to join Three Kings A&M and looking forward to working with its great team and patients. Outside medicine, family commitment as a mum keeps me busy. In my free time, I enjoy gardening and walking. Languages – English, Korean
Available – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
By Appointment


Amanda worker at three kings medical centre auckland

Amanda Entwistle

Charge Nurse
I have been the Charge Nurse at Three Kings Accident and Medical Clinic for 20 years.

I have broad knowledge, skills, and experience to manage Acute Injuries and General Practice.

I have a special interest in Diabetes Management, and I support our patients starting on Insulin and with their ongoing Diabetes Management.

I am passionate about Nursing Education and development. We support our team of nurses to gain further knowledge, skills, and participate in ongoing education.
nursing team at three kings

Nurse Team

Our nursing team aims to provide an environment that is welcoming, caring and promotes respect.

Our nurses are dedicated professionals who do extra ongoing training and maintain high standards of patient centred Health Care.

They have expertise in accident treatment; specifically wound management and plaster casting.

We run a weekly childhood immunisation clinic by appointment.

You can have a nurse consultation for issues like wound management, BP checks etc.


fiona worker at medical center

Fiona Bayliss

I started working for the clinic in 1999, and since 2012 as Practice Manager.

I have been a resident of Mt Roskill for over 30 years and enjoy being part of a dedicated team that strives to provide a quality service to my local community.

I am proud of the GP WING completed June 2018.
nurse team at three kings

Reception Team

We now have 2 reception areas. One at the new GP Wing, and the original reception at the walk-in clinic.

Our receptionists can help you see the right doctor for specific procedures.

They can help you navigate the slightly confusing enrollment process forced on us by government policy.


Walk-in/Urgent care clinic is for urgent matters and injuries only. Please book an appointment with a GP if it’s for any other reason.
GP Service is by appointment, 8.30-5.30 weekdays for non-urgent matters (AFTER HOURS starts from 5.30pm on weekdays)

X-Ray 9-5pm Weekdays and special hours on weekends

Wearing a mask is not compulsory, but recommended to avoid transmission of infections to you or others.

If you have a booked appointment. Please come on time and inform either the front reception or the GP Wing reception

If you are arriving after 7.00 pm and if the clinic is very busy, we may need to ask you to return the next day or go to Ascot Whitecross at Greenlane, unless it is an Injury/Emergency or an Unwell Child and its safe to do so.

If you are unwell with COVID-like symptoms, please follow the clinic protocol – COVID19 Update

*COVID Related consultations are now only funded for a very limited group of people only