Dr. Keith Goh is a neurosurgeon currently practicing at Mount Elizabeth Hospital and the Parkway Hospital Groups. He specialises in the treatment of all conditions that affect the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves, including head trauma and stroke. His specialty skills lie in minimally invasive neurosurgery, brain tumours and neuro-oncology treatment, paediatric neurosurgery, and the functional restoration of patients.
Dr. Goh completed his MBBS degree at the National University of Singapore in 1995. He then pursued his training in neurosurgery and paediatric neurosurgery in Hong Kong and the United States.
He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, Hong Kong Academy of Medicine, and the Academy of Medicine of Singapore.
Dr. Goh is recognised for leading surgical teams in separating three sets of conjoined twins from Korea, Nepal, and Iran. He has been featured on the BBC, CNN, the Discovery Channel, and ITN.
Dr. Goh is a member of the International Society for Paediatric Neurosurgery, World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies, and Make-A-Wish Singapore.
International Neuro Associates offers specialised expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of brain and spinal cord tumours, cerebrovascular diseases and stroke, head and spinal cord injury, and paediatric neurologic conditions. The clinic’s primary doctors work together with associate medical professionals from other specialties to provide comprehensive patient care starting from the acute phase of the illness to the longer-term continuing care at home. The clinic is conveniently located at Mount Elizabeth Hospital and is helmed by Dr. Keith Goh, a well-known neurosurgeon and paediatric neurosurgeon with decades of practice experience. He achieved international acclaim for leading surgical teams in rarely performed surgeries to separate three sets of conjoined twins from Korea, Nepal, and Iran. He has been featured both in local and international print and television media agencies, including the Discovery Channel, ITN, CNN, and BBC. To date, he has written and published 40 original articles, 10 book chapters, and 104 abstracts and lectures on topics that include brain and spinal cord tumours, neurological disorders in children, and [stroke](http://www.docdoc.com/info/condition/stroke). Aside from his private practice, Dr. Goh is also serving as associate professor of neurosurgery at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Chinese University of Hong Kong.