About John

John graduated from Sydney University and was initially training for rural general practice. When he did a Diploma in O&G during that training he knew he’d found the area he loved. Since then he has worked in Perth and Sydney and internationally in England, Ireland (where he met his wife), and for a short time in Tanzania. After working for a long time in the public system John moved to the SAN in 2008.

His practice is based on respect and mutual understanding - providing care for women and their families in a warm supportive environment.

John works with a wonderful team of midwives at the SAN. He shares rooms with Dr Andrew Booker and they work closely together. His Secretary Sue and Practice Midwife Rhonda are the backbone of his practice and John considers himself very fortunate to be part of such a fabulous team.

Face to Face with Dr John Keogh

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Antenatal Education

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Being an Obstetrician

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Meet Dr John Keogh

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Chances of Miscarriage

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Responding to miscarriage

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Working at the San


Sue Secretary

Sue has been with John since he came to the San but before that worked with Dr Gordon Campbell. Her warm friendly manner, genuine caring and extensive knowledge of how the system works, makes your journey so much easier, taking away the stress of dealing with funds and bureaucracy.


Rhonda Midwife

Rhonda has worked with John for over 20 years first at Hornsby and now at the San. Her amazing knowledge mixed with her warmth and compassion have made her loved by all who come to our practice. She is in the rooms Tuesday to Friday each week and meets everyone during their pregnancy and is available during those hours to answer questions. She also helps with the gynaecology in the rooms.


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