Dr. Graham Denyer

Tend Kingsland Medical Centre
Tend Symonds Street Medical Centre
Tend Online

Dr Graham Denyer knows how to live life to the fullest. After receiving his medical degree at Auckland University, Graham's natural curiosity led him to earn a Fellowship in Rural and Remote Medicine in Australia, as well as being a vocationally registered Fellow of the of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners.

Graham’s sense of adventure has also seen him practice medicine in some extreme environments including being based in Antarctica, working in drug rehab in Edinburgh, and in a busy emergency department in Sydney.  He cut his teeth in telehealth by providing medical assistance care from Australia to Antarctica and carried it over into his next role - helping Kiwis all over the world as the medical director at an international medical assistance company.

Graham is also a skilled teacher – having taught expedition medicine and advanced life support to fellow doctors, and as a course director specialising in aeromedical retrieval for the University of Otago.

The number one thing I love being a doctor is how meaningful the work is. Sometimes it's complex, sometimes it's hard, but it's always interesting, and I love that feeling of making a difference, even if it's a small one.
Men's health
Men's health involves taking care of the physical and mental well-being of men, addressing issues like regular check-ups, prostate screening, blood pressure, and overall health.
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).
Expedition medicine
Expedition medicine is a type of healthcare that focuses on keeping people safe and healthy during adventurous journeys or expeditions, addressing unique health risks and challenges they may face in remote or extreme environments.
Travel medicine
Travel medicine is a field of healthcare that helps people stay healthy when they're travelling to different places by giving advice, vaccinations, and information to prevent health problems that might come from visiting other regions or countries.