Dr. Robert H. Thomas is a Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Miami where he also received his medical degree with honors in 1991. His knowledge of Internal Medicine was evident as he attained scores in the top 1% in the National Board of Medicine and American Board of Internal Medicine certification examinations. His exceptional skills as a resident led to his selection as Chief Medical Resident at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Dr. Thomas was elected a Fellow of the American College of Physicians in 1999. He is a former full-time faculty physician at the University of Miami and continues to teach students there as an Assistant Professor of Medicine, Voluntary Faculty. He has lectured to physicians at Continuing Education presentations locally and nationally and has published articles in highly respected medical journals. He has also served as a peer-reviewer for scientific journals. Dr. Thomas received the “Up and Comers” award for Healthcare in 2005 presented by the South Florida Business Journal and Nova Southeastern University. He was born and raised in Miami, and is bilingual.
Dr. Thomas has extensive knowledge in Functional Medicine. He recently completed a 2 year program at the University of Miami in this field.