Dr Vincent Goh MBChB FRACP is a clinical cardiologist with special interests in general cardiology, cardiac arrhythmia and heart failure management.
Vincent completed his undergraduate medical training at the University of Manchester, United Kingdom in 2003 and went on to complete his postgraduate training in cardiology at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Vincent received the Australian Postgraduate Award for commencement of his PhD at the University of Adelaide in 2012. His research interest is on atrial fibrillation (AF), with particular focus in further understanding the pathogenesis of AF at a bio-molecular level.
Apart from his private practice, Vincent holds a public hospital appointment at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital as a consultant cardiologist. He has also been appointed as a Clinical Associate Lecturer at the University of Adelaide Medical School.
Dr Goh is originally from Malaysia and is linguistically fluent with Bahasa Malaysia and several Chinese dialects including Cantonese, Mandarin, Hokkien and Teochew.
Dr Goh will be conducting regular clinics at our Ashford, Findon, Morphett Vale, North Adelaide and Berri locations. Services include consultations, echocardiography, exercise stress testing, diagnostic angiography and implantation of cardiac devices.