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All Origins staff are fully COVID-19 vaccinated.

About Origins

Our approach to your care

Origins' aim is to provide partnership care at the highest level, so that you can relax and enjoy your pregnancy. You will choose one of our specialists as your lead maternity carer (LMC). If your obstetrician is unavailable at any time, you will be seen by one of the other obstetricians within the practice. This system allows continuity of care - an Origins obstetrician will always be available to you, at any time of the day or night.

Your Origins care plan will include antenatal checks, screening and diagnostic tests, birth at National Women's Auckland City Hospital, private midwifery support during labour, anaesthetic and neonatal support, and postnatal midwifery care. From your first booking visit to your six-week postnatal check, we will be with you every step of the way.

Meet Our Team

Dr Phillip Beattie

Dr Phillip Beattie

"Women come to us because they want the reassurance of knowing that if things do not go as planned, someone they know and trust will be there to do whatever needs to be done to give them a good outcome - a healthy baby."

"Obstetric procedures are often required in your first pregnancy and are a lot less stressful when you know who's going to be doing them. Nobody likes to have a complete stranger walk in at the last minute."

"Our repeat business is very high - that's how we know we're providing a good service."

Dr Philip Beattie is married with two grown-up children. He was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland and educated at the Royal Belfast Academical Institution and the medical school of Queen's University, Belfast. Philip came to New Zealand in 1989 to further his medical training and compete in the 1990 Auckland Commonwealth Games, to defend the Commonwealth title he won in Edinburgh in 1986, representing Northern Ireland in athletics. He was also a member of the British team competing at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles.  He worked at National Women's Hospital, training in obstetrics, gynaecology and neonatology, before returning to the United Kingdom in 1991.

In 1992, Philip returned to New Zealand to marry paediatrician Wendy Walker. He now combines private practice with part time work as a specialist at Auckland City Hospital, National Women's Health. His main areas of interest include high-risk obstetric medicine, pre-malignant disease of the cervix and uterus, colposcopy, and general gynaecology.