Dr. Jomo Edward James completed his Bachelor of Science degree, double major in mathematics and biochemistry at the University of the West Indies (Mona Campus) in Kingston, Jamaica in 1999. He then pursued his medical degree the following year again at the University of The West Indies. He subsequently went on to do the Internal Medicine program in 2007 and along the way did a four (4) month elective at Peebles Hospital Tortola British Virgin Islands (BVI), finally completing the program in 2010 at the University Hospital of the West Indies in Jamaica.
He then devoted the next two years serving his country and at one point was an associate lecture in medicine of the University of The West Indies.
In 2012, Dr. Jomo Edward James dwelt further in Island medicine by doing a 2 and a half year Hospitalist position at the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital in Bermuda.
Dr. Jomo Edward James is a member of the Medical Association of Jamaica (MAJ) and Association of Consultant Physician Jamaica (ACPJ).
Dr. James has a keen interest in primary preventive medicine and cardiology to which one day he aspires to be. He also has an avid interest in World politics and history and is no stranger to spending many a weekend evenings reading these affairs.
Internship Spanish Town Hospital St. Catherine Jamaica
Residency University Hospital of the West Indies (Mona) Kingston, Jamaica