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Understanding Anaesthetics with St Helena’s Dr Letsele

After qualifying from the University of KwaZulu-Natal as a doctor, Dr Letsele spent the greater part of his career working as a general practitioner in the public sector. It was in 2011 that he ventured into the world of anaesthetics; a world that he thoroughly enjoys, mostly for its flexibility and the time he gets to spend with patients during and after a surgical procedure.

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Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Breast Cancer

Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, AHC wanted to ensure that you have all the information you need regarding breast cancer, its symptoms, and the treatment that is available. As the saying goes: prevention is better than cure! Empower yourself by making sure that you understand breast cancer.

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AHC Acquires Gerijo to Continue Serving the Vryburg Community

In our mission to provide excellent, easily accessible healthcare services, we have acquired the Gerijo Ambulance Service, which will be an essential part of our emergency services division. Gerijo is an emergency response company that specialises in air ambulance services, inter-facility transfers, event medical services, and first aid training.

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The National Health Insurance Bill in a Nutshell

On the 8th of August, Minister of Health Dr Zweli Mkhize announced the National Health Insurance Bill, which seeks to “achieve universal access to quality healthcare services” for all South Africans. In this article, we break down what the NHI is, how the public will benefit, and what its establishment means for medical aid schemes.

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St. Helena Honours Madiba on Mandela Day

Giving back to the community is an essential part of St. Helena's corporate culture. On Mandela day, we made donations to Ikemisetseng Primary School. In addition to this, we helped Mr Pholoholo, a 70-year-old man who lost his sight years ago, by giving him the treatment he needed.

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Experience the world of EMS with Inacio Banze

Inacio Banze has been part of our Emergency Medical Services (EMS) division since Africa Health Care’s inception in 2014. He started with us as a Basic Ambulance Assistant (BAA) and has since advanced to an Ambulance Emergency Assistant (AEA).

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