Ann Spencer worked at Hospitals in New Zealand and Western Australia, after graduating as a Nurse in Nelson in late eighties. Marlborough-born, she married and returned to raise three daughters. In the Springlands practice, she enjoys the variety of Patients and the continuity of helping them make the most of their health. Tramping, knitting, reading and getting involved with her children’s activities, are ways Ann relaxes.
In her thirties Robyn made the decision to become a Practice Nurse, born-and-bred Southlander, Robyn trained in Invercargill. With a background in Medical Nursing and Oncology she moved to Marlborough with her family a few years ago, initially working at Wairau hospital. Women’s health is her specialty including cervical smears, thrush and urinary tract infections. Now settled in Renwick, she enjoys outdoors activities including gardening, motor-biking and mountain-biking then a glass of what Marlborough’s famous for – its Sauvignon Blanc.