About GP Dr Mokgohloe Thulare in South Africa, their passions, patient care, specialisations, contact details, plus: how to book a consultation right now

Inspired by a genuine interest in people and their well-being, Dr Mokgohloe Thular is a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery qualified GP doctor in South Africa who is a locum doctor and practices through Udok online consultations.

Known for treating patients as equal partners in their healthcare, Dr Mokgohloe Thular puts extra effort into truly understanding individual needs and expectations while helping translate medical jargon so that patients can truly understand their treatment options.

And the best part is that you can book an appointment with Dr Mokgohloe Thular from anywhere in South Africa.

Qualifications

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MbChB, 2019

Additional Qualifications

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Basic Life Support Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support

Services Offered

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Primary health care

Online/virtual General medical consultations, anywhere in South Africa.

Sick Notes if you need to be booked off

Digital Medical Records (access any time on your phone/device)

Pharmaceutical Prescriptions in minutes

Lab & Pathology Referrals in minutes

Referrals in minutes.

Special Interests

Primary health care, emergency medicine

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Get to know me

Dr Thulare graduated from Stellenbosch University in 2019. Having gathered experience from working in Gauteng, Western Cape and Limpopo Dr Thulare has developed a variety of clinical expertise - the most important being patient centered care. With a passion for patient advocacy and patient education Dr Thulare prioritizes her clients wholistic wellness by going the extra mile to empower them with clinical knowledge translated to suit her clients' understanding.

What inspired you to pursue a career in medicine?

I have a genuine interest in people and their well-being.

What do you believe is the most rewarding aspect of being a doctor?

Being trusted to walk alongside people during their most difficult and vulnerable times.

How would you describe your approach to patient care and communication?

I try to approach my patients as equal partners in their own health.

How do you tailor your treatment plans to meet the unique needs of each patient?

I try to understand their individual needs and expectations and translate treatment options in a way they would understand.

How do you make the healthcare experience more comfortable for patients who may have anxiety or fear related to medical visits?

I try to "speak their language" by demystifying medical jargon.

Can you share a patient success story that was particularly memorable for you?

I'm part of academic WhatsApp groups and email chains.

What resources do you recommend to your patients who want to take a more active role in their health?

I often find myself referring patients to resources supplied by Sadag when they're mental health services patients.

How do you ensure a collaborative approach when working with other medical professionals on a patient's care?

I find this to be difficult in the private sector as there is closed-loop communication. All feedback comes via a patient and info is lost.

Apart from your profession, what hobbies or interests do you pursue?

Reading.

In your opinion, what is the biggest challenge facing healthcare in South Africa today, and how do you work to address it?

Access. I've tried to service different types of settings but maintain the same high standard of care.

What is your opinion about NHI?

I think it's principles are admirable and constitutional. Implementation will be difficult.

How do you feel about AI in healthcare?

I'm for it to a certain degree so as to make patients' lives easier rather than replace the Human touch associated with care.

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