Emma Robertson

BHScNurs
RN
PGCertHSc
Tend Online
English

With over 15 years' experience in general practice in Auckland, Emma has developed a deep understanding of the complexities of healthcare. As a Registered Nurse, Emma received her training from Auckland University and has since honed her skills to encompass a wide array of areas within healthcare.

In addition to her work as a nurse, Emma has also completed studies in chronic disease management and mental health. She believes in the value of offering comprehensive care to her patients, showcasing her dedication to improving individual outcomes. Emma finds enjoyment in the variety of work that general practice offers and is passionate about providing accessible and approachable care to all.

Recently having left the bustle of Auckland, Emma now resides in a semi-rural setting. She enjoys exploring the many beautiful beaches in the area with her husband, three young children, and their family dog, Reggie. In her downtime, Emma finds joy in pursuing creative endeavors and taking time for mental and physical self-care.

The best part of being a nurse is getting to meet the wonderful people who you come into contact with on any given day. It's a privilege to be able to help people get better, and being a person who they look to for that support is really rewarding.
MEDICAL INTERESTS
Chronic health
Chronic health conditions are long-lasting illnesses like diabetes or high blood pressure that need ongoing care and management to help people live as healthy as possible.
Mental health
Mental health, which relates to your emotional well-being, includes how you feel inside, like dealing with things such as depression, anxiety, and stress.
Sexual health
Sexual health involves maintaining well-being in your sexual life, including safe sex practices, using contraception when needed, and preventing sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Women's health
Women's health focuses on both common and unique aspects, including reproductive health, breast health, gynecological concerns, hormonal changes and mental health.