Dr Goh obtained his medical degree from the University of Tasmania with Honours. He has worked in hospitals in Adelaide and Brisbane, including areas of Orthopaedics, Emergency Medicine and Paediatrics. He subsequently completed his Fellowship with The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2016 and has also completed a Masters of Sports Medicine with the University of Queensland. He is currently working as a Sports and Exercise Medicine registrar and also as a medical officer for the Queensland Academy of Sport for a variety of sports.
Dr Goh has experience working with teams in Rugby Union, Rugby League, Football and Cricket at both community and elite levels. He is the Chief Medical Officer for Football Queensland and participated in the 2018 Commonwealth Games as a Medical Officer for Athletics and Wrestling. He has experience working with Deaf and Paralympic athletes, including recent travel as the team Doctor for the Australian Deaf Cricket Team in 2018.
As a GP and Sports and Exercise Registrar, Dr Goh considers everybody as an athlete and enjoys consulting with people from all walks of life with musculoskeletal injuries or medical issues that can affect health and performance. He has a strong interest in Paediatric Sports Medicine, and keeping people healthy and active. He also believes in using healthy lifestyle habits, exercise, and sport to prevent and manage chronic diseases. He enjoys exploring food, keeping active, traveling and spending time with his young family.