Results for: "Government Clinics" in "Johannesburg, South Africa"

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Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

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insurance companies

22 Somerset Street

Somerset Street

Johannesburg

2108

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.20734

28.01597

16 Empire Rd

Empire Rd

Johannesburg

2193

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.18589

28.03797

93416 Box

Box

Johannesburg

2143

Gauteng

South Africa

77 Ingelby Street

Ingelby Street

Johannesburg

2092

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.1930892

27.9898294

30 Simmonds St

13th Floor Office Of The Premier East Wing

Simmonds St

Johannesburg

2107

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.20603

28.03996

152 Loveday St

2nd Flr South Link

Loveday St

Johannesburg

Gauteng

South Africa

36 Boundary Rd

Isle Of Houghton Old Trafford 4 1st flr

Boundary Rd

Johannesburg

2178

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.17804

28.0495

37 Sauer St

Sauer St

Johannesburg

2000

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.20483

28.03758

63 Fox St

Corner House Bldg

Fox St

Johannesburg

2107

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.205325

28.04849

158 Civic Boulevard

Civic Boulevard

Johannesburg

1709

Gauteng

South Africa

Government clinics

A government clinic is a health care facility owned by the government. It is primarily committed to the diagnosis and treatment of outpatients. This facility is owned and funded by the government. The patients either receive medical care free of charge or pay a subsidised amount. The cost is covered by the government through the public funds collected by the ‘tax man’. You will note that health clinics do not usually have patients staying over for a long period; once they are in need of such services they are quickly referred to the hospital.

The government clinics are administered through one of the government departments; Department of Health. The Department of Health is responsible for the public-sector healthcare. It strives to ensure that the government health facilities such as the clinics and hospitals offer the best health care services in order to improve the health of the South African residents thereby increasing the life expectancy as well as manage certain types of diseases and keep the death rate at a minimal level.

The government clinics and hospitals engage the services of well trained doctors, nurses as well as community workers. Most of the government clinics work with pregnant women before they are referred to the hospitals for complex birth situations. They assist the women throughout their journey through assessments and treatments. They also offer family planning services through the issuing of birth control pills, birth control injections and many more.
These medical clinics also engage in activities that assist the community to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

To find more about government clinics, browse our Yellow Pages listings.

Government clinics

A government clinic is a health care facility owned by the government. It is primarily committed to the diagnosis and treatment of outpatients. This facility is owned and funded by the government. The patients either receive medical care free of charge or pay a subsidised amount. The cost is covered by the government through the public funds collected by the ‘tax man’. You will note that health clinics do not usually have patients staying over for a long period; once they are in need of such services they are quickly referred to the hospital.

The government clinics are administered through one of the government departments; Department of Health. The Department of Health is responsible for the public-sector healthcare. It strives to ensure that the government health facilities such as the clinics and hospitals offer the best health care services in order to improve the health of the South African residents thereby increasing the life expectancy as well as manage certain types of diseases and keep the death rate at a minimal level.

The government clinics and hospitals engage the services of well trained doctors, nurses as well as community workers. Most of the government clinics work with pregnant women before they are referred to the hospitals for complex birth situations. They assist the women throughout their journey through assessments and treatments. They also offer family planning services through the issuing of birth control pills, birth control injections and many more.
These medical clinics also engage in activities that assist the community to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

To find more about government clinics, browse our Yellow Pages listings.

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