Dr Struan Clark

I have come to Broadway Medical Centre via 2 years at East Otago Health, and before that 21 years as a rural doctor in Golden Bay. I combine my GP work with the role of Director of the Postgraduate Teaching Programme at the University of Otago Department of General Practice and Rural Health. I love the breadth of general practice, getting to know people of all ages and backgrounds, and helping them in their daily lives.

Born and brought up in Dundee, Scotland, I completed my medical training at the University of Aberdeen and in the North East of Scotland. In 1991, as part of a year working for Greenpeace, I came to Aotearoa-New Zealand; where I met my wife, who brought me South where we have lived and brought up our two children. I love to ski, tramp, kayak, sail, read and garden, and have a lifelong love of nature and the environment.