Dr Sareen graduated from India in 1992 and moved to NZ in 1995. She has worked with NZ Police as a researoh officer, joined Wellington Hospital NZ as a psychiatry training registrar, was also a house surgeon in the same hospital. She obtained her Fellowship with Royal NZ College of GP’s in 2011. Special interest in Psychiatry, Paediatrics, Men’s Health, Family Planning, Sexual Health, Mental Health cognitive behavioural therapy’s, Geriatric Health.
Women’s Health includes Insertion & Removal of Implanon, and IUD removal.
STANDARD APPOINTMENTS ARE LESS THAN 15 MINUTES – the appointment allows discussion of 1-2 simple matters or review of ongoing concern only.
LONG/DOUBLE APPOINTMENTS – this allows up to 30minutes for all complex medical issues, forms, medicals, procedures, pap smears, and health assessments or when numerous issues need to be discussed.
PROLONG APPOINTMENTS – lasting at least 40 minutes for cases in relation to more complicated health issues.
A treatment room fee will apply for surgical procedures.
Payment is expected on the day of consultation and is payable by cash, Eftpos or credit card. Account keeping fee of $10 will be applied if not paid on the day.
If you are unable to keep an appointment, please notify the receptionist as soon as possible so that we can allocate the appointment time to another appointment. Failing to do so may result in a fee.
Please make an appointment with your doctor to discuss test results. Please ensure your contact details are up to date: preferred contact: telephone number, mobile number, email address for recalls, reminders and general communication.
Please check with the receptionist who will then verify this with your doctor. However, your doctor may wish to see you personally. Without a consultation a $20 fee will apply for collection.
Please make an appointment to see your doctor for specialist referrals. Referrals to specialists will not be provided without prior consultation. Back dated referrals can not be provided.
To provide a certificate a doctor must see the patient for the condition on the day.