Goodfellow Unit is an independent, dedicated educational unit housed at
the School of Population Health, The University
of Auckland. The unit is run by, and for, general practitioners and other primary healthcare
professionals in New Zealand.
The range of services offered are unique and includes face-to-face
continuing education, web based continuing education, formal university courses
and primary care research. Staff represent a wide range of primary healthcare.
The Goodfellow Unit has strong relationships with the
Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP),
the Accident and Medical Practitioners
Association (AMPA), and with other organisations in primary healthcare such
as New Zealand Doctor and
the Accident Compensation Corporation.
Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP)
Accident and Medical Practitioners
New Zealand Doctor
Accident Compensation Corporation
The Goodfellow Unit, which began in 1978, was initially funded by
Mr Douglas Goodfellow, who wished to assist general practice while commemorating
the life and work of his father, Sir William Goodfellow, who founded
Amalgamated Marketing in 1928.
The Goodfellow Unit operates under a Memorandum of Agreement between the Goodfellow
Foundation, the University of Auckland
and the Royal New Zealand College of General
Please explore this website to see how the Goodfellow Unit can assist you.