Dr. Alan Lee (李恩欣)


Principle doctor and GP specialist with RNZCGP fellowship and Postgraduate certificate in Obstetrics and Gynaecology from Auckland University. Dr Alan is passionate about general practice and about connecting with people in the local community. Fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese, he has special interests in minor surgery, women’s health, paediatrics, mental health/ counselling, and nutrition. A father of two boys, Dr Alan also enjoys a variety of arts and music, and is a very keen photographer.

Dr. Jessie Liu (刘妙蓉)

MbchB (Otago) BCom

Dr. Liu graduated from Otago University in New Zealand and is fluent in English and Mandarin, Cantonese. She has a wide range of experience within the NZ Health System, with special interests in women’s and children’s health, mental health, minor surgery and gynae procedures



Dr Olfat Hefzallah


Originally from Egypt. Dr Olfat settled here with her family on the North Shore. She is a qualified skin specialist in Egypt but also enjoys all aspects of primary care especially women’s health. Dr Olfat is a very experienced GP and has worked in a variety of practices and hospitals in Auckland and beyond for many years. We are delighted to have her here at Windsor. She speaks both Arabic and English.



Dr. Lee-Chen Gan (颜旅君)

MD, FRNZCGP and Postgraduate Diploma of Child Health

Dr. Lee-Chen Gan was born and bred in Malaysia and obtained his medical degree at the National Taiwan University in Taiwan (1998- 2005). He immigrated to New Zealand in 2007. In New Zealand, he completed a Postgraduate Diploma of Child Health in 2010 while working as a house surgeon at Christchurch hospital. In 2011, he entered GP training and became a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioner in 2014.
He has knowledge of diseases that are common in New Zealand as well as Asian countries. His areas of interest in the broad field of general practice are management of diabetes mellitus, hypertension, hepatitis virus infection and performing procedures such as ingrown toenail treatment, mole or skin lumps excision and steroid injections (to treat joint conditions, carpal tunnel etc). Outside of work he enjoys playing tennis. He speaks English and Chinese fluently.

Dr. Albert Lin (林开基)

Dr Lin graduated from University of Adelaide, South Australia in 2009. He worked as house officer for various specialties at Auckland Hospital and Northshore Hospital for many years before entering GP training programme. Currently he is at his final year of the programme and also doing a postgraduate study in Women’s Health. He is passionate about health promotion and preventative care especially focusing on the more vulnerable group of people such as new immigrants in NZ. Dr Lin was originally from Taiwan and speaks fluent Mandarin and English. He also enjoys gardening and home renovation projects at his spare time.





Dr Michael Leong 

MBChM (Auckland)

Originally from Malaysia, Dr Leong has been living in NZ for the past 15 years. Since graduation from Medical School of Auckland University in 2007 he has been working at various hospitals in Auckland region until 2017. He was mostly working as a medical registrar across various medical specialties thus experienced in areas of cardiology, respiratory, renal, gastroenterology, geriatrics and internal medicine. He is now working as a locum GP. Dr Leong is married with 2 kids living in Northshore area. He loves travelling and trying out various types of new foods and restaurants.