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Jawahar Thomas is an inventor and an entrepreneur in Sydney

We are committed to providing excellent patient care. Jawahar Thomas is an inventor and an entrepreneur in Sydney with years of practical experience in the field.

Jawahar Thomas was granted an innovation patent in April 2016 for his Medical Knowledge Simulator (MEKSI), a digital tool that doctors and students use to roleplay consultations with hypothetical patients for educational purposes. Follow his latest projects via LinkedIn.

Jawahar Thomas continues to innovate in the educational sector with his patented Medical Knowledge Simulator (MEKSI).

If you are looking for expert in Sydney with years of experience in chronic disease management and an aptitude for innovative advancements in medicine education, call Jawahar Thomas.

Doctor Thomas’ Projects

Jawahar Thomas was granted an innovation patent in April 2016 for his Medical Knowledge Simulator (MEKSI), a digital tool that doctors and students use to roleplay consultations with hypothetical patients for educational purposes. Follow his latest projects via LinkedIn.

The Doctors Bio

In addition to being a general practitioner in Sydney, Jawahar Thomas is also an entrepreneur and an inventor. He has experience managing four medical centres and continues to innovate in the educational sector with his patented Medical Knowledge Simulator (MEKSI).

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If you are looking for general practitioner in Sydney with years of experience in chronic disease management and an aptitude for innovative advancements in medicine education, call Jawahar Thomas.

Jawahar Thomas

Mr Thomas has assisted with relief efforts after the Latur earthquake in India and has worked in remote areas of Northern Australia where conditions and lack of resources meant conditions more often resembled a third world country. Working in these conditions and seeing the impact that lack of resourcing and support plays in people’s health, consolidated Mr Thomas’s ideas about education being the greatest way of improving overall health. This occurred at a time when technological and communication advances opened possibilities for reaching greater numbers of people. Mr Thomas has seen how the application of technology can lead to great gains in preventative health care practice.

The ability to cut through many of the traditional barriers to training and knowledge-sharing has been solved via the internet and specially designed software platforms. Previous barriers such as geography (distance from centres of further training and enhanced skill development); information obsolescence (published data becoming redundant as knowledge advanced), and cost (access to learning resources and on-going training and skill updating in the knowledge and technology industries is expensive) can now be overcome.

Mr. Jawahar Thomas’ contribution to medical training

Mr Thomas’s drive for improvement in the health care sector has led him to develop an innovative software application – MEKSI (Medical Knowledge System) – for professional education. His aim in developing the software was to create an easily accessible system for improving the training and general know-how of doctors and medical students in a safe environment.

Mr Thomas’s software application simulates real-life patient situations where they present with an illness and the student doctor is given the opportunity to practice their classroom learning by providing diagnoses’ and treatment.

He is continuing his work in leveraging this exciting phase of technology and communications to support further medical training and better-quality patient care.

Mr Jawahar Thomas’ team’s commitment to quality care

Accreditation and passion for education and improvement means that our community can make better health care choices and assist doctors to improve the quality of their health.

Mr Jawahar Thomas and his team use education and early detection as the best methods to achieve healthy living practices. Early detection is crucial for good treatment outcomes for many diseases.

We provide comprehensive travel health advice to help you prepare for your overseas trips. It is optimum to consult with your GP at least a minimum of 6 weeks prior to departure. We are informed of the latest travel disease information and can give advice on the best vaccination plan for the countries and regions you’ll be visiting.

Mr Thomas has travelled extensively and seen firsthand the suffering and devastation caused by preventable diseases. Travel vaccinations are vital in the preparation of your travels. Understanding that local conditions like malaria and water quality, for example, are real and can be prepared for will help you maintain your day-to-day and long-term health.

Men’s Health

Regular health checks for men are important. The sooner an issue is identified, the better prepared an individual can be with finding a solution.

Chronic Health and Disease Management

We can educate and offer advice on preventative options for diabetes, asthma, mental health and other ailments. Jawahar Thomas has an interest in chronic disease management.

Travel Medicine

Are you up-to-date with your immunisations? We offer comprehensive travel health advice to ensure that you are prepared for overseas trips. Ideally, you should consult a doctor at least 6-8 weeks prior to leaving the country.

Children Healthcare

Our team can discuss general health as well as advise the best healthcare professional that can provide you with treatment plans to manage asthma, diabetes, obesity and other medical issues that affect youth.

Projects

Jawahar Thomas was granted an innovation patent in April 2016 for his Medical Knowledge Simulator (MEKSI), a digital tool that doctors and students use to roleplay consultations with hypothetical patients for educational purposes. Follow his latest projects via LinkedIn.

Other services include

Blood pressure checks

Blood tests

Contraception advice/treatment

Health assessments

Minor surgical procedures

Pre-employment medicals

Random blood sugar level test (finger prick test)

Skin checks and assessments

Sports medicine

WorkCover assessments

Wound care

Projects

Jawahar Thomas was granted an innovation patent in April 2016 for his Medical Knowledge Simulator (MEKSI), a digital tool that doctors and students use to roleplay consultations with hypothetical patients for educational purposes. Follow his latest projects via LinkedIn.

Doctor Bio

In addition to being a general practitioner in Sydney, Jawahar Thomas is also an entrepreneur and an inventor. He has experience managing four medical centres and continues to innovate in the educational sector with his patented Medical Knowledge Simulator (MEKSI).

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Why You Should Consider an Asthma Action Plan

Why You Should Consider an Asthma Action Plan

In this article, Jawahar Thomas explains the importance of being prepared in the event of an asthma attack.

Home Diabetes Symptoms

Diabetes Symptoms and How to Manage Your Health

In this article, Jawahar Thomas discusses common diabetic issues and what you can do if your affected by diabetes.

Men’s Health in Sydney

Men’s Health in Sydney—Jawahar Thomas’ Checklist

In this article, Jawahar Thomas discusses men’s health in Sydney, specifically: the top tests and screenings you should be organising to stay on top of your health.

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