Imbalenhle Clinic applauded for good service

2018-09-19 06:02
Health Minister in KwaZulu-Natal Dr Sbongiseni Dhlomo (left) and deputy minister of Public Service and Administration Dr Chana Pilane-Majeke during their visit at Imbalenhle Community Health Clinic.PHOTO: lethiwe makhanya

Health Minister in KwaZulu-Natal Dr Sbongiseni Dhlomo (left) and deputy minister of Public Service and Administration Dr Chana Pilane-Majeke during their visit at Imbalenhle Community Health Clinic.PHOTO: lethiwe makhanya

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DEPUTY Minister of Public Service and Administration Dr Chana Pilane-Majeke has applauded Imbalenhle Community Health Clinic in Imbali Unit 3 for the good service that it is providing to the community.

Pilane-Majeke visited this clinic last Friday to check on the work that the clinic is doing and also listen to grievances of patients and workers as part of the commemoration of Public Service Month.

The deputy minister was accompanied by the Minister of Health in KwaZulu-Natal, Dr Sbongiseni Dhlomo.

Speaking to the media Pilane-Majeke said her visit to the clinic was to look at the quality of service that is given the citizens of KwaZulu-Natal.

She said they are doing these visited because they want to ensure that they provide efficient service to the public.

“It is quite impressive to find a clinic like this. It is so clean and people are getting help. The staff are so welcoming and always smiling while providing the service. If we can have clinics like this [all over] the country, then we can go a long way in giving good health care to our citizens,” she said.

Dhlomo also applauded the clinic staff and management saying that things have always been like this.

“ I have visited this clinic a couple of times unannounced and I have always found it like this. They are not doing this because we are here today, but it is something that they do everyday. They are doing their very best and we appreciate them.”

After visiting Imbalenhle Community Health Clinic Pilane-Majeke and Dhlomo proceeded to Golden Horse Casino where they engaged with different professionals who are working for the Department of Health discussing the process of the NHI project.

Dhlomo said NHI will help a lot of unemployed people to be able to access quality health care like everyone else, whether they have money or not.

He said the NHI project will be implemented in 2026 and they are hoping that by 2030 the health system should be able to provide quality health care to the public.

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