Dr. Krupali Tappoo

Dr. Krupali Tappoo

Director of Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Medical Centre, Medical Coordinator of Sai Prema Foundation Fiji & Member of Executive Committee


Dr. Krupali Tappoo is an Australian qualified General Practitioner and with vast experience in the Australian Health system. She worked with Queensland Health and NSW Health and in various hospitals in Sydney from 2008 till 2016. She has worked in various departments including Cardiology, Respiratory Medicine, Endocrinology, General Medicine, Orthopedics, Emergency Medicine, Psychiatry including eating disorders, Pediatrics, Obstetrics, Gynecology and Renal Medicine. Krupali has also worked as a tutor for the Victorian Medical Postgraduate Foundation (VMPF) in Melbourne and the Australian Medical Review Council in Sydney (helped train overseas doctors prepare for their AMC clinical exam).

In 2014 she joined the General Practice training program and has successfully completed her Fellowship in General Practice and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She has also completed her Diploma in Child Health from the Sydney Children’s Hospital and a Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health from Sexual Health and Family Planning Australia. Her special interests include Women’s and Children’s Health, Mental Health and Management of Acute and Chronic diseases.

In 2016, she relocated to Fiji, her country of birth, with the sole purpose of giving back to her country as a passionate and caring Doctor as well as serving the poor and needy people of Fiji through her philanthropic work. She currently serves as the Medical Coordinator & Member of the Executive Committee for the Sai Prema Foundation. She has also been appointed as the Medical Director of the Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Medical Centre. She runs her own practice, TappooCity Medical Centre, a practice which she took over from one of Fiji’s most senior GP’s, Dr. Rosemary Mitchel, who is also an Australian qualified Medical Practioner.

Dr. Krupali is a writer for Mai Life Magazine and the Fiji Sun Newspaper. Her articles are focussed upon bringing a greater sense of health awareness to the people of Fiji.