Hospital open day next week

2016-09-15 06:00

THE Port Shepstone Regional Hospital invites the public to an open day on Wednesday, 21 September.

Hospital spokesperson Phumza Morai said the aim of the event is to make the public aware of changes taking place in the hospital and future plans in the health-care services.

“Regional health-care services are not free, but on this day, some of them will be given to the public free of charge.”

The free screenings will be for eyes, heart, kidney, measles immunisation, vitamin A and deworming for children from six months to five years and dental care.

There will also be information provided on the specialist services available as well as education on rabies, back problems, importance of donating blood as well as family planning.

“Information on careers available in the KZN Department of Health will be provided and people will be given an opportunity to raise their concerns directly with hospital management,” said Morai.

The event starts at 10am at the transport department on the hospital premises.

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