Dr Zoë Raos (Te Āti Awa) is the President of the New Zealand Society of Gastroenterology. She is a gastroenterologist, endoscopist and general physician at Waitemata DHB, and lives on the North Shore with her husband, two kids and their dog.
Zoë is Lead of Gastroenterology Morbidity and Mortality and IBD Transition. She completed a Fellowship at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford in IBD, Endoscopy and Hepatology. She has an active interest (including a book and publications) about improving patient care and the experience of physician training, and a growing passion for addressing inequity, particularly for Māori.
Zoë is involved with the RACP as Educational Supervisor and Clinical Examiner. She loves running (slowly) and skiing (fairly quickly).