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Eersterust Unit Opening

Another year, another unit. It is with great pride to announce the opening of our new unit in Eersterust, Pretoria. Operations already commenced on the 20th of November 2018. The unit is situated in the Eersterust Mall on the Hans Coverdale Road with a capacity of 20 beds including two isolation room. Feel free to… Continue reading →

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Swaziland Opening!

It is with great pride and anticipation to announce the opening of our new unit in Manzini, Swaziland. Operations will start on the 1st of December 2017. The unit is situated in the Sweet Rose Health Centre in Manzini with 16 beds including a private room and an isolation room.

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5 September 2016 – Soweto Unit Opened!

  Soweto Unit Opened We have decided to expand in the Gauteng area by opening our 4th unit in Soweto. The unit is situated in the Protea Gardens Mall and caters for 20 beds.

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2015 – Thank you all

It is with great humbleness that we have to say thank you to our patients and staff for making 2015 a memorable year. We have experienced tremendous growth in the past year. Thank you for believing in us and your support this past 12 months. May you have a joyful festive season with your loved ones…. Continue reading →

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‘Should I be diagnosed with chronic kidney diseases what treatment options do I have available in South Africa?’

When Your Kidneys Fail Healthy kidneys clean your blood by removing excess fluid, minerals, and wastes. They also make hormones that keep your bones strong and your blood healthy. When your kidneys fail, harmful wastes build up in your body, your blood pressure may rise, and your body may retain excess fluid and not make… Continue reading →

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How does one get kidney disease?

“National Kidney Foundation of South Africa: http//www.nkf.org/kidey diseases” Kidney disease can kill – take care of your kidneys and enjoy a long and healthy life. Ten thousand South African, men and women, young and old, will die of kidney disease or kidney failure every year. Others are luckier and can be treated by dialysis or… Continue reading →

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