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Dr June Goh is a Senior Consultant in Singapore General Hospital and the Director of Neuroanaesthesia and Neurocritical Care. Adjunct Assistant Professor, Duke-NUS Graduate Medical school. Clinical lecturer, YLL School of Medicine

As Core Faculty at Dept of Anaesthesiology, Singapore General Hospital she supports the Program Director and Site Director with the development, implementation, management and evaluation of the program.
She chairs the transplant oversight committee in Singapore General Hospital.

Dr Goh is currently serving as president of SCWO (Singapore Council of Women’s Organisations). She is the president of the ASEAN confederation of Women’s Organizations (ACWO).

She has been an active member and past president of the Association of Women Doctors Singapore (AWDS) executive committee, helping out with the various activities organised by AWDS.

The Association of Women Doctors (Singapore) (AWDS) and the Singapore Film Society (SFS) hosted an exclusive movie premiere of Snoopy & Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie on 10th December 2015. This fundraising event was in support of the National University of Singapore Medical Society.

She helped organize a Public Forum on Breast Cancer on 8th March 2014 at the Queenstown Community Centre. Other activities include an Easter charity tea in collaboration with Club 21 that raised funds for Sanctuary house in 2013.

An interview with Dr June Goh:

1.You work in a government hospital. What are your duties besides clinical work?

 

I am very involved in teaching both medical students and post graduate doctors as member of the Core Faculty Anaesthesia Residency Programme, Adjunct Assistant Professor Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School and Clinical Lecturer in the Yong Loo Lin Medical School.

 

2. You must be very busy! What are some of the reasons why you would join the AWDS?

 

I enjoy the relationships I have built with the ladies in the AWDS. We work well together organising events that have ranged from public education, charity to networking. I find these events meaningful and a good way to contribute to the community of women.