• 343 Highgate, Roslyn, Dunedin 9010
  • Weekdays 8am - 5:15pm

Our Team

Dr Jenny Macdiarmid

MBChB, FRNZCGP, PG Cert Women’s Health, PhD, BSc (Hons) Genetics

Jenny is very excited to be part of the team at Amity Health Centre. She enjoys all aspects of general practice, particularly the continuity of care, and the privilege of getting to know her patients and being involved in their lives. Originally from Scotland, Jenny was initially a research scientist, attaining an Honours Degree in Genetics and a PhD in Cancer Genetics at the University of Glasgow. She then worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow in Cancer Research in Melbourne. It was when in Melbourne that she realized her true calling in life was Medicine, and she returned to Glasgow University to study Medicine. Jenny graduated in Medicine in 2010 and worked for 2 years in Glasgow, in hospitals and in General Practice, before moving to Dunedin with her husband and 3 children in 2012. 

Jenny worked for a couple of years at Dunedin Hospital and attained a Postgraduate Certificate in Women’s Health in 2013. She has been working as a GP in Dunedin since 2014 and attained GP Fellowship of the RNZCGP in 2017. Jenny is a member of the Local Otago Faculty Board of the Royal NZ College of GPs and is also a medical educator on the GP training programme.

Dr James Bishop


Dr James Bishop lives in Dunedin with his wife and young son. Growing up in Ashburton, James greatly admired his local GP’s dedication and passion and decided to embark on a career in General Practice. James has worked as a GP for 7 years, achieving Fellowship of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners in 2018. 

James has special interest in sport and Sports Medicine, having completed a Post-Graduate Diploma in Sports Medicine. He has been the team doctor for the Otago Mitre 10 Cup rugby team 2016 to 2018, and for the New Zealand Under 20s rugby team for their World Cup campaigns for 2018 (France) and 2019 (Argentina), and still does some work with Otago Rugby. James tries to maintain some work-life balance, which used to include badminton, cricket, football, and distance running, but these days sticks to mountain biking.

Dr Hayley Foster (she/her)

Dr Gunveen Singh (he/him)


Dr Gunveen Singh is a general practitioner who was raised in Dunedin, New Zealand. He completed his medical degree at the University of Otago in 2015, and worked at Dunedin Hospital before pursuing his passion for general practice. He underwent general practice training in Auckland for four years before gaining his fellowship with the RNZCGP in 2021.

Gunveen later returned to his hometown of Dunedin with his wife to serve the local community. In his free time, he enjoys skiing and keeping his tropical fish alive.

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