Auckland Allergy & Eczema Clinic
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Our team

Our Clinic

Our mission is to offer a comprehensive, holistic, and personalised service to diagnose and treat allergic diseases in adults and children.

Our doctors are hospital based Specialists in Allergy & Immunology with expertise gained through many years of  training in the care of allergic diseases and disorders of the immune system. Our highly qualified doctors work in a range of clinical settings including public hospitals, private practice, diagnostic immunology laboratories and the University of Auckland.

Specialist nursing services are provided by knowledgeable health professionals with many years of experience caring for patients with allergic and immunological disease.

All our methods of investigation and treatment are those recommended by The Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology & Allergy (ASCIA), of which our specialists, nursing staff and are members.


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Phone:  +64 9 376 6185
Fax: +64 9 376 8185


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Our Team


Dr Vincent Crump

Dr Crump is the founding partner of the Auckland Allergy and Eczema Clinic. He has written a number of review articles on Allergy, developed Patient Education Aids and frequently participates in public and professional presentations on Allergy.

Due to the growing prevalence of Allergies, and the lack of allergy awareness in New Zealand, Dr Crump has witnessed over the last 20 years of practice at the Auckland Allergy Clinic, he decided to write a book on the growing prevalence of Allergies in New Zealand, and his book "Allergies: New Zealand's Growing Epidemic" was published in 2009.

The book has been described by Penny Jorgensen, CEO of Allergy New Zealand, as "a must have book for every New Zealander". Dr Crump's book offers an in-depth examination on the treatment of allergies and the ways in which allergic conditions are inter-related. It also includes case studies illustrating how allergies manifest themselves, and a wealth of practical advice on how to recognise allergies and where to look for the most effective treatment options.


  • MBBS (UWI) 1980

  • Dip Dermoscopy (Univ.Lond.) 1984

  • MRCP (UK) 1988

  • FRCP (UK) 2005

  • FRACP 2006

  • Dip Derm, Univ Graz, 2008

 Full NZ Registration Date

  • 21 November 1990

Title or Designation

Allergist & Physician

Vocational Scope

  • Internal Medicine


Dr Pete Storey

Dr Pete Storey is the managing partner of our clinic. He is qualified as a specialist in allergy, clinical immunology and internal medicine. Prior to training as a specialist in allergy and immunology, he trained in dermatology giving him his interest in skin allergy and eczema.

Pete has held many positions of responsibility during his career. As a junior doctor he was The Doctors Mess President of The Northern General Hospital in Sheffield, UK. Pete is a former Chief Resident of Medicine at Auckland City Hospital and he worked extensively on re-invigorating the University of Auckland Medical School curriculum as a Clinical Education Fellow whilst studying for his specialist qualifications.

Pete is an expert panel member for the Drug Allergy and Chronic Urticaria working parties for The Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology & Allergy (ASCIA). In November 2018, he assumed the position of Chair to the Medicine Vocational Training Committee for junior doctors in the Auckland Region.

In Pete's daily practice he is focused on his patients and spends time with them learning how he can improve their quality of life by offering patient-centred treatment plans.

Title or Designation

Allergist, Clinical Immunologist & Internal Medicine Physician

Vocational Scope

  • Internal Medicine


  • MB ChB 2006 Sheff;

  • FRACP (Int Med) 2017

 Full NZ Registration Date

  • 5 May 2010


Dr Maia Brewerton

Dr Maia Brewerton is a specialist in allergy, clinical immunology and immunopathology.

Maia is the former lead clinician of the Department of Clinical Immunology and Allergy at Auckland Hospital. She also heads the immunology laboratory at Waitemata DHB. Maia enjoys teaching specialists in training at Auckland Hospital and the next generation of doctors at the Auckland University School of Medicine. Maia is the Chairperson of the New Zealand Clinical Immunology and Allergy Group (NZCIAG).

Maia spent several years working in Melbourne before returning to Auckland in 2015 to be closer to her family. Whilst in Melbourne, Maia worked as specialist at The Royal Melbourne Hospital and a research doctor in the Gastro and Food Allergy Group at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute.

Maia brings her broad clinical experience to the clinic, she is patient focused and enjoys her work. She takes time to listen, answer questions and develop an individualised treatment plan for each patient she sees.

Maia sees adults and adolescents 12 years or older in the clinic.

Title or Designation

Allergist, Clinical Immunologist & Immunopathologist

Vocational Scope

  • Internal Medicine

  • Pathology


  • MB ChB 2000 (University of Otago)

  • FRACP 2012 (Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians)

  • FRCPA 2012 (Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia)

 Full NZ Registration Date

  • 14 December 2001


Dr Kuang Hsiao

Kuang is an energetic, dynamic member of our team and is passionate about children’s health. After completing his medical training at The University of Auckland in 2004, he undertook postgraduate training in paediatrics in New Zealand before moving to Melbourne for specialist training in Paediatric Immunology and Allergy. He gained broad experience in a diverse range of settings including tertiary hospital based clinical and laboratory training at The Royal Children’s Hospital and allergy/immunology research at Murdoch Children’s Research Institute in Melbourne, Australia. In 2017, Kuang returned to New Zealand to take up a new position as Consultant in Paediatric Immunology and Allergy at Starship Children’s Hospital.

He is a PhD scholar of The University of Melbourne where he is investigating the mechanisms of immunotherapy and evaluating the long-term efficacy of a peanut oral immunotherapy (Probiotic and Peanut Oral Immunotherapy – PPOIT) for treatment of peanut allergy in children.

Kuang is dedicated to the training of the next generation of doctors. He taught and examined medical students at The University of Melbourne between 2011 and 2017 and now contributes to post-graduate medical education through the Department of Paediatrics, The University of Auckland.

Kuang is a member of Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA), the peak professional body of Clinical Immunologists and Allergists in Australia and New Zealand. His clinical interests include food allergy, eczema, immunotherapy, allergic airway diseases and anaphylaxi


  • MB ChB 2005 Auckland

  • Diploma in Paediatrics 2007 Auckland

  • FRACP (Immunology/Allergy) 2015

 Full NZ Registration Date

  • 6 December 2005

Title or Designation

Paediatric Allergist, Clinical Immunologist

Vocational Scope

  • Paediatric Medicine


Dr Annaliesse Blincoe

Dr Annaliesse Blincoe is qualified in Paediatrics and Paediatric Immunology and Allergy.

Annaliesse is an enthusiastic team member who calls upon her broad experience to provide the best patient and family focused care. Annaliesse has gained widespread experience within New Zealand and internationally. Following the completion of her advanced training, specialising in Paediatrics and Paediatric Immunology and Allergy at Starship Children’s Hospital, Annaliesse spent two years gaining invaluable skills working as the Paediatric Immunology fellow at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Sainte-Justine in Montréal, Canada. 

During her two-year fellowship Annaliesse worked in a combined Paediatric Immunology and Rheumatology service and gained particular experience in primary immune deficiency, autoimmunity and other disorders of the immune system. Annaliesse was also fortunate to spend time in the Oral Immunotherapy Clinic at Sainte-Justine, the first centre in Canada offering oral food immunotherapy to children with multiple food allergies. 

Returning to New Zealand in 2018, Annaliesse took up the position of Paediatric Immunologist and Allergist at Starship Children’s Hospital. Annaliesse is passionate about education and is involved in paediatric training through the University of Auckland.

Annaliesse has particular interests in paediatric food and environmental allergies, as well as children presenting with recurrent infections or other disorders of the immune system.


  • MBChB (University of Auckland) 2004

  • Dip Paeds and Child Health (University of Auckland) 2008

  • FRACP (Paediatrics / Paediatric Immunology and Allergy) 2015

  • Dip Paediatric Clinical Immunology (Université de Montréal) 2018

Full NZ Registration Date

  • January 2005

Title or Designation

Paediatric Allergist, Paediatric Immunology, Clinical Immunologist 

Vocational Scope

  • Paediatric Medicine

Specialist NURSE

Alison Brady

Alison Brady (Ali) is a registered nurse and Certified vaccinator. She has been with our clinic for many years. Prior to Auckland Allergy Ali worked for 2 years at Starship Children's Hospital as a Paediatric Nurse specialising in general medicine, in particular respiratory, eczema and infectious conditions.

Ali is passionate about prevention and management of chronic conditions with a strong interest in asthma and eczema. We are lucky to have Ali compliment the clinic as a busy mum of two young children she brings a compassionate nature to our staff.

Title or Designation

Specialist Nurse


  • BHSC Nursing 2010