CareMonkey is an award-winning Emergency Health and Safety solution that eliminates paper forms and gives authorised carers access to medical and emergency details, even when offline.
Our aim is to save lives by helping carers know exactly what to do, who to call and what to tell ambulance paramedics in an emergency.
With more than 1 million users around the world, CareMonkey is used by schools and universities, sporting clubs at all levels, outdoor groups, businesses with a duty of care, community groups and the disability sector.
CareMonkey is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia. We support customers from our data centres in Australia, Ireland and the United States.
Horrified to find his son’s Asthma Action Plan locked in a filing cabinet and not accessible to anyone in an emergency, Troy Westley started CareMonkey. CareMonkey started as an idea to share sensitive life saving information and is now a trusted system used by schools, universities, sporting organisations, scouts, camps, businesses, youth and church groups and the disability sector.
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Million Dollar Winning Pitch
CareMonkey is recognised for innovation. Over and over again.
THE CAREMONKEY PROMISE
Personal health, medical and emergency contact data is sensitive and private information – and we’ll keep it that way.
Data in CareMonkey will never be used for marketing or shared with anyone or any organisation without consent.
Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder
Troy has more than 25 years IT experience in a variety of technical, sales, marketing, and management roles with organisations such as Oracle, Google and Salesforce.com.
Troy is a father to seven children and knows what it is like to fill out forms for school camps and excursions!
Chief Technical Officer and Co-founder
Martin has been an incredibly successful entrepreneur in Australia. He was technical co-founder of realestate.com.au and Clear Grain Exchange amongst other startup ventures.
At CareMonkey, Marty leads the development and support teams. He’s a keen programmer and definitely a gadget man.
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