Condition critical

Condition critical

Doctors speak out in bid to revive Eastern Cape’s flatlining health service, writes Chris Bateman

Healthcare – across most disciplines – in the Port Elizabeth Provincial Hospital Complex (PEPHC) has deteriorated so badly in the past six months that short-staffed departmental heads are unapologetically cutting back on vital patient services to focus only on the very sick and the dying.

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Submitted by : Mark Smith on 2012-08-29 13:16:05
All health department civil servants and MP's should be forced to use these poorly managed hospitals.


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