About Dr Claire McLintock
Dr Claire McLintock - Haematologist and Obstetric Physician - provides private specialist consultation for patients with haematological problems and also medical problems or complications in pregnancy.
A Haematologist, a specialist in problems relating to blood, Dr McLintock looks after patients with problems with blood clotting - thrombosis - and also bleeding. She has expertise in investigating patients with abnormal blood test results from neutropenia to neutrophilia, thrombocytosis to thrombocytopenia, polycythemia to anaemia, iron deficiency to iron excess.
Through Redhealth, Dr McLintock provides a personalized assessment of an individual's risk of venous thrombosis relating to surgery, long distance travel, contraception or pregnancy and will development a management plan tailored to that person's risk.
An Obstetric Physician, specialising in women with medical problems relating to pregnancy, Dr McLintock has expertise in investigation of couples with recurrent miscarriage, assessment of women who have medical or haematological problems that may complicate pregnancy.
Other Languages Spoken: Spanish
Areas of Specialisation
Bleeding & Clotting Disorders, General Blood Disorders, Medical Disorders of Pregnancy, Recurrent Pregnancy Loss, Pre-pregnancy assessment
Description of Specialisation
Clinical Haematology: Diagnosis & management of blood disorders, including clotting & bleeding problems, anaemia, neutropenia, thrombocytopenia, polycythaemia, thrombocytosis, lymphocytosis, haemochromatosis
Obstetric Physician: Specialist in medical disorders of pregnancy, providing pre-pregnancy counselling & collaborative care for women with previous pregnancy complications such as pre-eclampsia, recurrent miscarriage; women with high-risk pregnancies because of pre-existing medical & haematological problems or increased maternal age
MBChB 1989 (Edin), FRACP 2000, FRCPA 2001
Year of NZ Registration
Medical Practitioner: 1989 (UK), 1990 (NZ)
Specialist: 2000 RACP, 2001 RCPA
Hospitals Practising at
National Womens Health, Auckland City Hosp