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KwaDukuza Private Hospital (KPH), would like to confirm that 176 staff, inclusive of service providers were tested for Covid-19 and all tested negative. Our findings and outcome of results, indicate that the Specialist who tested positive, contracted the virus outside of the facility, and was self-isolating prior to him being symptomatic. He has been self-isolating, […]
We had our first spinal decompression with instrumentation surgery after welcoming specialist neurosurgeon, Dr Kritish Timakia, to the team on Thursday, 14 May 2020. Dr Timakia, together with his team of doctors, KPH specialist anaesthetist, Dr Rishant Gobind, and specialist orthopaedic surgeon, Dr Sailesh Ragoo, worked on the patient for 6 hours. “It was very […]
In an effort to spread awareness of the Corona Virus (Covid-19) global outbreak, our nursing team presented hand washing demonstrations to local industry, Hesto Harnesses, on 11 March 2020. This is an exercise which every industry will benefit from, especially, during this pandemic. For more information, or to make use of our free healthy hand […]
Redpill Casualty, owned by local general practitioners, Dr Deen Pillay and Dr Jeevren Reddy, took over the emergency department at KwaDukuza Private Hospital from 1 March 2020. The team was visited by the acting Mayor of KwaDukuza, Her Worship, Dolly Govender, on 5 March 2020, where they celebrated by cutting a ribbon and cake with […]
Our team at KwaDukuza Private Hospital (KPH), teamed up with Spec Savers and Lancet (Stanger), to host a Healthy Lifestyle Awareness Day at the KwaDukuza Mall on Saturday, 29 February 2020. The event was aimed at creating awareness of Healthy Lifestyle Awareness Month, which is celebrated by the Department of Health in February annually. The […]
We commemorated this day by inviting local ambulance services, the Umhlali South African Police Services (SAPS) K9 Unit, the KwaDukuza Fire Department, the KwaDukuza Road Traffic Inspectorate (RTI), the team from Ndlondlo Reptile Park and KPH staff to attend the celebrations. The day kicked-off with a talk about the importance of national emergency services, by […]
KPH female staff got together, discussed gender-based violence after the recent increased attacks on women and children and said a prayer and sang a song for the victims of this violence in South Africa on Friday, 8 August 2019.
Midwife and acting Maternity and Paediatric ward unit manager, Sister Thula Mbambo and Pharmacy Manager, Dhirendra Redhi, joined the Grade 7 learners of North Coast Primary School on Wednesday, 28 August where they discussed their respective medical professions.
On Friday, 23 August, we hosted a Continued Medical Education (CME) Seminar. Our specialists, local general practitioners, allied services and unit managers and exco team were invited to attend the event. Specialist Ophthalmologist, Dr Bhavna Jugadoe and Specialist Physician, Dr Dhiren Sadhabiriss joined us as speakers for the evening. Dr Jugadoe presented on the topic, […]