Dr Tim Goh
We are delighted to welcome Tim back to our Centre. Having previously undertaken twelve months' training with us as a Registrar Tim completed his formal training at an Adelaide Hills clinic and has now chosen to commit long term to Malvern Medical Centre. He recommenced practicing with us in early August.
Tim graduated from the University of Adelaide in 2013. Since then he has worked in a variety of hospitals including Flinders Medical Centre and the Royal Adelaide Hospital. He has also worked in general practice in the southern suburbs of Adelaide and, as noted, in the Adelaide Hills. Tim has interests in geriatric medicine, mental health and sports medicine.
Doctors & Registrars
Our mission is to provide patients with the kind of healthcare that we expect for ourselves. To do this we recruit and retain high quality GPs who align with our mission and values.
We offer fit for purpose facilities, services and technology in a doctor owned and led medical centre with full time professional practice management, reception and administration support. We understand what GPs want and need.
We also offer an attractive and competitive remuneration structure.
We are proud of our reputation as a committed teaching practice. We partner with GPEx, the SA organisation which delivers training to doctors selected to specialise in general practice. We provide mentoring and development opportunities for GP Registrars.
If you are interested in being a part of MMC, would like further information or simply would like to have an initial conversation about us please contact Martin Turner, our Business Manager, on 8373 0355 or 0428 956 850. Your enquiry is, of course, with no obligation and will be held in the strictest confidence.
Please note that we now use Hot Doc for online appointments. Patients who have used the Health Engine app on their phones will need to delete that app and replace it with the Hot Doc app.
Accreditation by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners: March 2019
We are committed to high-level safety and quality in healthcare and are delighted that in March the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners has again independently assessed us as a centre of primary healthcare excellence.
Our focus involves continual monitoring and adaptation to enable ongoing state-of-the art clinical care and patient communication standards.
Patient Survey and Feedback
The Royal Australian College of General Practice standards emphasise the importance of patient-centred feedback. Accordingly Malvern Medical Centre conducted a patient survey late last year the results of which have recently become available. We are delighted with the overall positive feedback but recognise we can always improve and are striving to do so. Please click on the link below for a summary of the results.