Dr Fergus Oliver undertook his medical school training in Auckland. Following two years in Dunedin he returned to Auckland to complete his physician training and then achieve initial training in dermatology. From here he moved to complete advanced dermatology training, and a Dermatopathology Fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, USA and then St John’s Hospital for Diseases of the Skin in London, UK.

On returning to New Zealand he commenced work in private practice and in the public sector for the ADHB. His role has involved dermatology consultation, dermatological surgery and Mohs surgery in both sectors. He has also provided dermatopathology consultation at Labplus, and previously in private laboratories.

He has previously been Chair of the Specialist Advisory Committee for Dermatology, President of the Australasian Dermatopathology Society and Clinical Director of Dermatology at the ADHB.

To maintain physical health he competes in triathlon and has represented New Zealand at World Championship events as part of the Triathlon New Zealand age group team.

Areas of Interest:

Skin cancer surgery
Mohs skin cancer surgery
Cosmetic procedures:
Laser resurfacing
Vascular laser
BOTOX® injections
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Affiliated Provider to Southern Cross Health Society for selected services