The SABR, in partnership with Discovery and the Northern Cape Department of Health, has upgraded the human milk bank facility at Kimberley Hospital.
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A third of South African children under six months old are now exclusively breastfed, which is nearly a five-fold increase over the last twenty years.
SA’s overcrowded prisons have become breeding grounds for TB, putting thousands of inmates and people who work at the DCS at risk.
Dr Peter Barron will be a keynote speaker at eHealthALIVE2016, talking about how mHealth is one of the tools for improving access to healthcare.
The Central University of Technology (CUT) has been awarded for advancing the use of 3D printing, or additive-manufacturing (AM) technology, in healthcare.
SONA has set in motion the first phase of SA Connect, which will connect government facilities in poor district municipalities to fast & reliable internet.
The National Institute for Communicable Diseases has issued a measles outbreak alert to notify clinicians that they should be on high alert of symptoms.
Managing Director of VP Health Systems believes that healthcare in Africa is ready for eHealth and shares his key insights to successful implementation.
Gauteng’s public healthcare facilities have been warned to shape up and implement eHealth systems to improve efficiency.
Dr Harry Surtie Hospital is one of the 43 new state-of-the-art hospitals that the NDoH plans on building across South Africa within the next five years.
South African medical specialists have successfully used 3D printing to create jaw bones for two facially deformed men.