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Mediclinic Bloemfontein leads the way in paediatric emergency care

The new head of the Emergency Centre brings a lifelong love for emergency medicine, and a Master’s degree, to a family-minded community.

Innovation

Mediclinic’s stroke project reaps significant benefits

Mediclinic hospitals across South Africa are on standby to provide expert and efficient treatment for stroke patients. “We started our stroke unit nearly 20 years ago, and we’ve come a

Business

Arthroscopic surgery may stave off hip replacement

Dr Quinton Accone, Orthopaedic Surgeon at Mediclinic Morningside explains why a simple well-timed arthroscopic intervention could be the reason athletes in their later years may not require hip replacement surgery.

Innovation

Adolescent STIs – “We need to think out the box” (Part 2)

In examining the growing trend of adolescent STI infections, Dr Anusha Naidoo, Gynaecological Oncologist at Mediclinic Sandton looks at how we can address these issues within our practices, hospitals and homes.

Business

Adolescent STIs – Are we meeting the demand for care? (Part 1)

STIs amongst sexually active adolescents is nothing new. But what is new is the rising trend in these numbers.

Business

Mediclinic commits to keeping employees safe and supported

Mediclinic has prioritised the safety of hospital employees, doctors and allied health professionals on the frontline of a global pandemic.

Business

A KZN GP shares his Covid-19 recovery story

A KZN GP shares his thoughts on the virus, and his recovery journey. Dr V Vallabhjee is a GP in private practice in the Shakaskraal area of KwaZulu-Natal

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Dr Gawie Bruwer performs 500th robotic radical prostatectomy

Recently Dr Gawie Bruwer from Mediclinic Durbanville performed the 500th robotic radical prostatectomy using the da Vinci Surgical System.

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A COVID-19 Birds Eye View by Dr Peter Haug (part 2)

Read Part 1 here Birds Eye View In the end all went well. My COVID manifestations can in retrospect be classified as only moderate, I expect to make a full

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My personal COVID survival guide by Dr Peter Haug (part 1)

So much has been written about Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), inevitably causing information fatigue. Still, I have just been released from hospital after having been affected myself. I developed pneumonia, needed

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