Dr. Maxwell D. Nhlatho
Dr Max as he is famously known started his medical practice at Nyangabgwe Referral Hospital in Francistown, Botswana in 2008. He then transferred to Letsholathebe II Memorial Hospital in 2010. Dr. Max resigned from government service in June 2013 after serving the public service for 6 and half years to venture into private practice. He graduated from Melbourne University in 2007. FELTP: Trained by CDC (Atlanta) August 2012. Dr Max is a certified aviation medical examiner: institute of Aviation Science / University of Pretoria he also is ongoing a postgraduate diploma occupational health: university of Witwatersrand, SA
Mrs. Tebogo Nhlatho
Tebogo holds a Bachelor Of Science Physiotherapy degree from The University of the Western Cape, Cape Town. She started working in 2006 at Nyangabwe Referral Hospital where she gained experience as a physiotherapist in Botswana’s second biggest hospital. She was later transferred to Selibe Phikwe Government Hospital to set up a new physiotherapy department where she was also the head of department. Tebogo left government job to start a private practice in Maun in 2009, August. Ngami Physiotherapy clinic, the name of the practice, was the first private physiotherapy practice in Maun.
With her sense of humour and experience she managed to successfully grow Ngami Physiotherapy despite the challenges. She and her husband later joined forces to start the now Doctors Inn. Tebogo holds a certificate in Ergonomics Risk Auditing from ErgoMax. She has done jobs for ergonomics assessments for individuals and companies including Debswana Diamond Mines. Tebogo is a also a Mandela Washington Fellow, 2016, a flagship for Young African Leaders Initiative(YALI).