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World Antibiotic Awareness Week 12 – 18 November 2018

November 13, 2018

According to the WHO, since their discovery, antibiotics have served as the cornerstone of modern medicine. However, the persistent overuse and misuse of antibiotics in human and animal health have encouraged the emergence and spread of antibiotic resistance, which occurs when microbes, such as bacteria, become resistant to the drugs used to treat them. Speak to your pharmacist today. Kiaat Private Hospital Pharmacy can be contacted on Tel: 013 590 0347

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July 4, 2017

Book your seat for one of our pregnancy wellness open days. The visit includes topic related guest speakers as well as a tour of our maternity ward. Great prizes to be won on the day. Please email your name, surname and date that you would like to attend to Dates are indicated below. We look forward to hosting you.

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February 24, 2016

Kiaat Private Hospital launches Patient Transport System   At Kiaat Private Hospital we are focused on offering affordable healthcare and quality expertise to our community. A recent market research project was implemented with the assistance of local doctors to determine the transportation needs of our patients. This research gave insight into the hospitals location with regard to major transportation routes and thereby gave rise to the need for a Patient Transport System. The Patient Transport System was implemented in January 2016 with the aim of assisting patients with transportation to and from the hospital for the following medical requirements: hospital admissions, on-site specialist appointments and Advanced Imaging radiology services. Patients are collected from and returned to the doctor’s practice for their convenience. This service is a complimentary service to patients and will therefore have no cost repercussions to the patient, nor the medical aid or the doctor. The transport system has seen growing support from local doctors and the community and in turn has allowed the hospital to offer a unique service for the betterment of the community we serve. For further information regarding the patient transport system please contact the Kiaat Private Hospital patient transport desk on Cell: +27 79 175 7511

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October 29, 2015

First time mother debuts Kiaat hospital births

MBOMBELA – First time mother,Ms Danisile Fakude, could not stop contain her joy after giving birth to her bundle of joy, a baby girl last week. What doubled her joy was the fact that her first child,was also the first baby to be born at the newly opened Kiaat Hospital. “Finding our that I was going to be a mother after so many years of trying was the most wonderful moment of my life and now my baby and I have made history at this beautiful hospital,” said the 32-year-old mother who could not stop smiling. Fakude said she was grateful for the staff’s assistance during her time of confusion and not knowing what to do-the labour process. “From the minute I got to the hospital,everyone immediately noticed that it was my first time and all they wanted to do was help me,” added Fakude. She also added that she read about the hospital on Mpumalanga News and said,” From what I read, I knew I could trust the facility even tho

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October 29, 2015

Kiaat Hospital’s first patient satisfied with service

MBOMBELA – It’s all systems go at the newly-launched hospital, Kiaat Private Hospital. With their first patient arriving first thing on Wednesday morning, the Chief Executive Officer of the facility, Dr Corne Ackerman said she was excited and looking forward to many busy days. “This is awesome! It has been a lot of hard work put together to ensure the success of this day and to me, seeing the first patient walk in, is experiencing hard work coming to fruition,” she said. Lying on the bed, the patient, Mr Dean Alexander from White River, said he decided to go to the hospital because it was the closest on his way from home and he was in severe pain to drive further to other hospitals in town. “Despite the fact that it is their first day, the staff knew what they were supposed to do the minute I walked into the door an

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