Mohambry (Monty) Appavoo
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
- Associate Diploma in Computing
- Australian Computer Society (M.A.C.S.) (P.C.P)
Mohambry founded TajEmo Enterprises in 2010 with a background of 43 years in technology ranging from Software Development, Project and Business Management and IT Management, and Technical Business Analysis in a wide variety of business applications. Mohambry also specialises at integrating Managed Application Services seamlessly into enterprise IT operations and working closely with the clients to ensure a tailor-made fit for the solution. Mohambry and his robust Advisory Board, created a completely new approach to patient care by embracing electronic health records thus creating TajEmo eHealth a comprehensive medical practice management tool.
Outside the office: Mohambry also enjoys spending time with my wife and two daughters and 4 grandchildren, reading, travelling and enjoy rugby, soccer and cricket and most sports.
Passionate about: Mohambry is passionate about Putting sophisticated and secure health information tools in the hands of practitioners, patients and researchers. Saving lives directly from TajEmo eHealth application being used by every patient in the continent of Africa.
Dr Dayamoorthi Nadarasen (Daya) Appavoo
CONSULTING MEDICAL PRACTITIONER
- MBchB (UCT), DCH, DOH.
Dr Daya Appavoo Family Medical Practitioner and occupational medical practitioner for over 30 years. Director at Gompo Occupational Health Services. Board member and treasurer of Masimanyane Women and Children Support Centre. Convenor of the board of Hero’s Park East London. Innovator of new business. Daya has provided extensive consulting and advisory services for the TajEmo eHealth application, development and enhancements.
Outside the office: When not practising medicine, Dr Appavoo enjoys spending time with his wife and 2 children, daughter and son, reading, model trains, jazz music, history, African wildlife and travel.
Passionate about: Dr Appavoo is passionate about empowering family practitioners to be the gatekeepers of primary care and help develop their practices into centres of quality service networked across the country.