Dr. Maple Goh is a physician-trainee of Chinese-Malaysian heritage who migrated alone to Aotearoa at the age of thirteen to forge her journey. She is passionate about healthcare equity, especially in Māori, Pasifika and refugee groups in Aotearoa.
Outside of the hospital, Maple is a professional violinist, founder of a non-profit and podcast host of ‘Doctor NOS’, aimed at providing career guidance and promoting diversity and representation in medicine. With her remaining time, she is a keen scuba diver and particularly enjoys learning from different cultures through globe-trotting.