Hi, I'm Huan-Tzin Goh, a psychiatry registrar at the new Forensic Hospital in NSW, Australia.
Huan-Tzin Goh completed schooling in Sydney, Australia, then his medical degree in the University of Otago, New Zealand. On returning to Australia he worked in a number of settings including general medical and surgical inpatient wards and outpatient clinics.
Huan-Tzin Goh joined the training program for psychiatry and is currently employed as a psychiatry registrar. His experience includes forensic male, female and adolescent inpatient wards as well as prison clinics.
Huan-Tzin Goh's Background
Huan-Tzin Goh's Experience
Psychiatry Registrar at Tweed Valley Clinic
January 2005 - January 2007 | Tweed Heads Hospital, Tweed Heads, NSW
Psychiatry Registrar. Duties included inpatient care for an acute adult mental health ward and on call for the emergency department.
Medical Resident at Western Hospital
January 2002 - January 2003 | Footscray, Melbourne
Medical Resident, including experience in general medicine, general surgery, and plastic surgery.
Medical Intern at Nepean Hospital
January 2001 - January 2002 | Penrith, NSW
Psychiatry Registrar at NSW Justice Health
July 2008 - Present | Subacute Forensic Male Inpatient
Forensic rehabiliation. Previous experience in forensic inpatient settings with: acute adult, women's mental health, adolescents' mental health.
Huan-Tzin Goh's Education
University of Otago
1995 – 2000
James Ruse Agricultural High School
1992 – 1994
Crestwood High School
1989 – 1991
Huan-Tzin Goh's Interests & Activities
I have an interest in Electronic Medial Records.
I am interested in Aboriginal and Indigenous mental health (both treating illness and enhancing resilience). I support the Closing the Gap initiative.