Dr Jonathan Ho is a practicing GP from Wagga Wagga, NSW.
Jonathan has a special interest in mental health drug and alcohol and is currently working at headspace and The Amaranth Foundation in Wagga Wagga. Jonathan is currently the GP liaison for mental health drug and alcohol, Murrumbidgee Primary Health Network.
Additionally, Jonathan is a visiting medical officer at Calvary hospital, where he is part of the clinical team at the Riverina Calvary Drug and Alcohol Centre. He is an accredited Methadone and Suboxone prescriber. Jonathan has recently completed studies in pain science at the University of South Australia as part of his interest of pain in mental health drug and alcohol.
Jonathan is also a visiting medical officer at Wagga Wagga Base Hospital as a forensics medical examiner. He has recently joined the NSW police Forensic Medical Unit as a regional medical practitioner. Jonathan is currently working towards completing his Masters of Forensic Medicine at Monash University.
Prior to this, Jonathan was awarded a Bachelor of Medical Science (honours), the University of Sydney, a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery, the University of Wollongong.
Jonathan has a keen interest in sport and was a scholarship holder at the NSW Institute of Sport. Jonathan is a practitioner of hand crafted bespoke tailoring and is currently working towards completing his certificate at the Savile Row Academy. In 2017, he received the Registrar of the Year (Murrumbidgee/ACT) as well as a Fellowship with the Royal Australia College of General Practitioners.