Medication pick-up points fail Verulam residents in KZN

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Verulam residents say that they are fed up with trying to get their chronic medication from the local clinic.

They alleged that the Trenance Park clinic in Verulam, north of Durban, was now refusing to distribute chronic medication to Osindisweni Hospital’s outpatients, on a month-to-month basis, a task they have previously done.

A Trenance Park resident, who asked to not be named, said she could not travell to the hospital each month.

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