Bodyguards flash their scalpels

Bodyguards flash their scalpels

A mysterious 007-style operation has cheekily adopted the Ship Captain's medic training to outflank the rules and regulations of the government health body. For 11 years, trainee medics have manned Ronin's advanced paramedic ambulance, which operates free of charge over weekends.

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Submitted by : Myron Robinson of East London on 2012-11-22 15:27:40
Typical of Bureaucratic Red Tape. The HPCSA has failed dismally in ensuring adequate Health Care for South Africa's poorer citizens and now it wants to disenfranchise a voluntary organisation who render free Emergency Services to the poorest of the poor. I would rather be attended to by Ronin than having to wait for our local Metro Service which is non existent. Why does the HPCSA rather not devote its resources to taking on that misnomer called the Department of Non Health for non service delivery.


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