Dr Jodhi Menon is a graduate of the University of Sydney, and has been a GP in Sydney for more than 50 years. He has been a GP anesthetist and later an Assistant Surgeon at several private hospitals in Sydney, where he has also served on their Medical Advisory Committees. He has also served on the Educational Committee of the Western Sydney Division of General Practice.

In the mid-1980,s Dr Menon was National President of The General Practitioners’ Society in Australia (GPSA), and was interviewed on most National and regional radio and television shows, including the 7.39 Report, Sixty Minutes and Ray Martin’s Midday. He has featured on the front page of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Australian newspapers. Dr.Menon had a featured weekly column in The Sun-Herald newspaper – “Menon’s Medicine”, as well as a regular column in the medical tabloid entitled “Äustralian Doctor”. He was biographed by Prof.John Murtagh for a series published by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) entitled “Notable Australian Doctors”.

Dr.Menon is now semi-retired, and travels to Coffs Harbour, where he attends at the Coffs Harbour GP Superclinic as a Supervisor and mentor to young graduates, as well as providing guidance in the development of general and specialist medical services to better serve the Coffs Harbour community.

  • Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery, University of Sydney, Australia, 1967
Languages (in addition to English): Malayalam