Dr David Goh


After General Medicine, Surgical, Obstetric and Paediatric hospital experience, Dr Goh chose to pursue a career in General Practice in 1994, obtaining a Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners shortly after. Being committed to good quality medicine, Dr Goh continued to accumulate varied experience in urban, suburban and rural General Practices. Dr Goh has practiced in Mosman for 8 years, where he developed a strong reputation. Moving his family to the Upper North Shore in 2002, Dr Goh decided to set up General Practice in Gordon to service the local community. His interest areas include Family Medicine, Paediatrics, Sports Medicine, Men's Health and Geriatric Medicine. To follow his own advice, Dr Goh plays soccer and basketball outside of work to keep active.

Dr Kathryn White


Dr White has been practicing as a GP for 20 years with interests in Paediatrics, Women's Health and Geriatric Medicine. With a keen interest in Medicine, Dr White has been involved in many professional activities since graduating in 1993. After building successful practices in Auckland, Western Australia and Canberra, she now lives in Sydney with her husband and 2 teenage children. Dr White is also trained in Implanon Insertion and Removal. Actively volunteering for first response services and contributing to charity organisations, Dr White cares deeply for the community.

Dr Ebony Tosch


Dr Tosch worked at the Princess Alexandra Hospital and Lady Cilento Children's Hospital before she completed her specialist GP training in Brisbane. She is passionate about Women's and Children's physical and mental health. Making Sydney her home to set down roots for her family, Dr Tosch is keen to care for this wonderful community. Dr Tosch is trained in Implanon insertion and removal, MTOP prescription, intravenous (IV) iron injection, and maternity GP shared care. You might even see her at your school as Dr Tosch is an active presenter in the 'GPs in Schools' program in the North Shore.

Dr Mei Tan


Dr Tan graduated from UNSW in 2008 and obtained her fellowship with the RACGP in 2014. She has completed a Diploma of Child Health and a Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health. She grew up in the North Shore and has worked in both urban and rural settings in NSW. Dr Tan enjoys all aspects of general practice but she finds the continuity of care and empowering patients with health knowledge particularly rewarding aspects of her job. In addition to child and women's health, Dr Tan also pursues an interest in Mental Health and its application in general practice. Dr Tan is trained in Implanon insertion and removal. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her young family and hopes to rediscover her love of piano and the flute some day.

Dr Rachel Tan

MBBS(Hons) FRACGP Dip Paeds

Dr Rachel Tan trained at Monash University, completing her internship and residency in Melbourne. After that, she worked at the Sydney Children’s Hospital in Randwick and completed a Diploma of Child Health with UNSW. Obtaining her fellowship at the RACGP, Dr Tan has worked for the past 12 years in General Practice on the Lower North Shore. Dr Tan is experienced in managing women’s health, paediatric health, mental health and chronic medical conditions, with additional skills and training in the prevention and management of skin cancers. She has also completed training with Family Planning NSW and has experience with Implanon insertion and removal. An area Dr Tan is particularly interested in, is supporting children and their families who have additional behavioural or developmental needs. Married with two primary school aged children, Dr Tan lives locally and is truly a part of the local community network where she aims to provide exceptional care to patients. She can frequently be found enjoying pilates and going on walks.