Meet the Founders

Welcome to i-medics. My name is Dr Mo and along with my co-founder, Dr Sandoo, I wish you a warm welcome to our journey.

In 1948 the British NHS introduced free health care for UK citizens. This was a world first and removed the barriers to having access to high quality healthcare.

In 2020, i-medics launched its free Medical exam question banks for doctors and those looking to become doctors.

We too wish to remove the barriers of access to becoming a doctor, just like the NHS removed barriers for patients seeking healthcare.

Over 70 years the NHS has provided tremendous value to children, men and women across the UK. Our journey has just began and we hope "i-medics can do for doctors what the NHS did for patients".


Dr Mo - Co-founder of i-medics
MBCHB, MRCGP, NHS Clinical Entrepreneur

Born in Coventry at UHCW, I went to Sidney Stringer Secondary School and then went on to study Medicine, at Birmingham University. I then completed my foundation doctor training years at Leicester and Northampton, before coming back to Warwickshire for my GPVTS post. My training posts comprised of Acute Medicine, Urology, Neurorehabiliation, General Practice, Colorectal Surgery, Geriatrics, Paediatrics and Mental Health.

During my junior doctor years, I presented twice at the East Midlands Urological Society and also went to Fukoka, Japan for a research presentation i had done at the Société Internationale d'Urologie, where I had an audience with the Emporer of Japan. I have also helped co-ordinate at The British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine (BSRM) and presented a research project on 'The Use of Fish Oils in Schizophrenia' at Jepson House and The Caludon Centre.

I now work as a Portfolio GP; my roles include facilitating at Warwick Univeristy Medical School, I am the Director of 2 other companies, CSA ABC and Dome Medical. I am also part of the First5 Leadership GP cohort.

In 2022, i was accepted on onto the NHS Clinical Entrepreneur Programme led by Professer Tony Young.

In my spare time I enjoy writing (see my blog at and travelling, having recently paraglided in the Alps. I am also starting a self-sustaining renewable farm near Singapore. When I retire, I hope to open a Toy Shop that will be called "The Greatest Toy Store in the World", you're all naturally invited of course!


Dr V Sandoo - Co-founder of i-medics

Born in Coventry, I completed my A levels at Blue Coat school. I then went onto study a BSc and an MSc in Physiotherapy at the University of Birmingham. During this time I developed an interest in Medicine, and subsequently went on to complete a 4 year graduate entry Medicine and Surgery degree from the University of Leicester.

I completed my foundation training In Leicester, undertaking posts in Cardiology, Acute Medicine, Dermatology, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, as well as General practice, Academic Research and Respiratory Medicine.

I returned home to Coventry to complete my GP training, enjoying posts in Haematology/Oncology, Paediatrics, Ear Nose and Throat and 18 months of General practice. 

I now work as a Portfolio GP; I am involved in medical education, locum GP work,  and more recently I have started to focus on humanitarian aid work both at home and abroad. I have worked as a GP providing medical aid for refugees in Greece and the Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.  I have spoken about my experiences on BBC radio, and featured, in the Coventry Observer and Stratford Herald.

I was appointed onto the NHS England clinical entrepreneur program in September 2019, this exciting opportunity will allow me and Inspire Medics to develop new and innovative ways to teach students and doctors, as well empower our patients. 

In my spare time, I enjoy mindfulness techniques, as well as, football, boxing and running.  I have successfully completed the Birmingham International Half Marathon and Rugby Half Marathons. I am also a big Liverpool fan.

I also enjoy trekking, I have trekked up mount Snowdon several times, as well as Ben Nevis,  and in December 2017 I successfully reached the summit of mount Kilimanjaro for charity. The money raised from this challenge was used to build 4 deep water wells, the first of which I opened in February 2018 in the village of Manduar in Gambia. 

Academic Achievements

  • Kettering post graduate research prize winner: 2014 - £200, for impact of electronic feedback on acute initiation of NIV. June 2014.
  • Sandoo VW, Ward T, Hussain SF. Evaluation and initial management of pulmonary embolism during pregnancy and the puerperium. Emerg Med Open J. 2015; 1 (3): 72-76.
  • Sandoo VW et al (2013) Clinical Review: Hiddranitis Supprativa: MIMMS online journal. August 2013 edition
  • Sandoo VW et al (2012) STOPP/START tool in older inpatients, Geriatric Medicine Journal 40, 27-32.
  • Sandoo VW, Ward T & Hussain SF (2014) impact of regular electronic feedback on NIV practices in concordance with BTS guidance at KGH. Poster presentation, British Thoracic Society winter meeting, London 2014.
  • Sandoo VW, Ward T & Hussain SF (2014), A survey of junior doctors experiences of doing discharge letters in our trust. Poster presentation. Oxford international research conference, Stoke 2014.
  • Sandoo VW (2012) STOPP/START tool in older inpatients- poster presentation at British Geriatric Society, Liverpool 2012.
  • Sandoo VW et al (2012) Designed new user friendly STOPP START tool for elderly ward prescribers at University Hospitals of Leicester