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Mediclinic Pietermaritzburg welcomes first TAVI procedure

Mediclinic Pietermaritzburg is pleased to confirm that the first transcatheter aortic valve implantation took place in their Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory on Friday, 19 February. This is a first for the


Leading the way in ablation of atrial fibrillation

On Monday 15 February 2021, an 18-year-old male with atrial fibrillation became the first patient in Africa and the Middle East to be treated with the latest and most advanced


New ENT surgeon brings expert care to Mediclinic Hoogland

Ear, nose and throat specialist Dr Abongile Matimba recently performed the first laryngeal tumour resection at Mediclinic Hoogland. 


Broadening ENT skills through practical training

The University of Pretoria Ear, Nose and Throat department and Mediclinic Southern Africa recently collaborated to upskill ENT specialists within Africa.


The second surge: an honest picture

Mediclinic’s clinical data gives crucial insight into the challenge we all face in managing the second surge of COVID-19.


Stay safe during SA’s second COVID-19 surge

As we face a second surge in the spread of coronavirus disease, many of the lessons we learnt in March still apply. Now is the time for renewed vigilance.  Shortly

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Value-based cancer care saves time, costs and lives

A strong relationship between Mediclinic SA and Icon Oncology aims to drive quality, affordable cancer care into the future.


A personalised approach to breast cancer treatment

When was the last time you had your eyes checked? People with diabetes are at significantly higher risk of developing serious, sight-threatening eye health conditions. Dr Nicholas Davey, an ophthalmologist from Mediclinic Pietermaritzburg, explains what can be done.


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.


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