About Dr David Voss
I have additional advanced training in the speciality of nephrology (renal medicine) and this is the speciality in which I mostly work. Nephrology (renal medicine) is specifically involved in the detection, diagnosis and management of kidney related illnesses, including hypertension. My skills are centred on the detection of kidney diseases, their cause and their treatment.
Area of Specialisation
Nephrology - all fields; investigation care and management of Hypertension (high blood pressure), Urinary Tract Infections (cystitis and pyelonephritis (kidney infections)), Impaired Renal Function (low eGFR or elevated serum creatinine), Proteinuria (protein in urine), haematuria (blood in urine) and Kidney Stone Disease.
Renovascular Disease, Renal Nutrition, Renal Dialysis & Renal Transplantation Medicine. Nephrology insurance work and Immigration medicals. I manage the only private/fee-paying dialysis (HD&PD) service in NZ; and facilitate private renal transplantation for residents and non-residents.
Investigation and management of renovascular Disease and associated hypertension
Nutrition associated with renal disease.
Renal Dialysis and Renal Transplantation Medicine.
Interventional Nephrology. All fields of renal medicine
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BSc (Biochemistry, Otago) 1981, MBChB (Otago) 1984, FRACP 1992, MRCP (UK) 1993, FASDIN 2018
Fellow Royal Australasian College of Physicians,
Member of Royal College of Physicians (UK),
Member of Australia & NZ Society of Nephrology,
Chair of Australia & NZ Interventional Nephrology Group
Fellow American Society of Diagnostic and Interventional Nephrology
Renal Physician, Dept of Renal Medicine, Middlemore Hospital, Otahuhu, Auckland
Hospitals Practising at
Middlemore Hospital, Counties-Manukau DHB
Prefer medication list and previous relevant medical history and laboratory investigations in referral; letter by Healthlink (preferred) or email (email@example.com), fax (021 699 664) or post (P.O. Box 18349, Glen Innes, Auckland 1743).